When an individual’s vehicle has been ticketed 3 times in
any semester, that person shall be deemed a chronic violator. After
having received 3 tickets, the individual will be required to justify
to the Vice President of Student Affairs why he/she should
continue to be allowed parking privileges at the University. Until
such justification is presented, the person’s vehicle will be placed on
the towing list and will be towed if found parked in a University
lot. Before any vehicle towed under this provision will be released,
all tickets charged to that vehicle must be paid. The fine for towing
under this provision will be the actual towing charge.
A $15.00 penalty will be imposed for false registration.
A $15.00 penalty will be imposed for: parking in other than
assigned lot; parking in a loading zone; parking in front of a fire
hydrant; and parking in a no parking zone.
Permit violators will have the option of buying a parking
permit and having the first violation erased. Subsequent violations
will be charged. During the start of fall and spring terms, there
will be a two-week warning period on tickets for only new faculty,
staff, and students to get to know the parking rules to allow a
grace period that will be monitored by the Superintendent of
All penalties not paid will result in the withholding of the
student’s records until such penalties are paid at the Business Office.
Any vehicle left on a University parking lot for an extended
period of time (30 days) or over summer vacation without the
approval of the University will be removed at the owner’s expense.
Approval is granted through the Parking Office in the form of a
valid University Parking Permit.
When a vehicle is apparently mechanically inoperable or
has not been moved for a period of 30 days, the vehicle will be
impounded at the owner’s expense.
Penalties for handicapped violations will be as set by law and
a City of Minot parking ticket.
The Minot Police Department is authorized to cite vehicles
parked in Fire Lanes, No Parking, and Handicap Zones.