All guests and vendors should check-in with the Dean of Students office upon arrival on campus. Visitors who need to park a vehicle on campus overnight must obtain a temporary permit from the dean of students office.
Each vehicle of a resident student must be parked in their assigned lot on the main campus.
COMMUTER LOTS (Non-resident students)
Each vehicle of a commuter student must be parked in one of the commuter option lots.
Office of Advancement
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I lost my decal?
Replacement decals can be purchased from the Dean of Students office for $5. You must contact the Dean of Students office as soon as you need a replacement. Any vehicles without a decal are subject to be ticketed.
What if I have a temporary vehicle?
A temporary permit may be obtained from the Dean of Students office for a period of two weeks for the following reasons: mechanical failure, rental vehicle, etc.
Am I allowed to park on any area of the lawn?
Campus lawns are off limits without specific permission from college officials.
Can I park in the fire lanes?
Vehicles parked in fire lanes may be towed away from campus at the owner’s expense.
What is the speed limit on campus?
Drivers of motor vehicles are expected to observe the 10 mph on-campus speed limit at all times.
Can I make a vehicle repair or upgrade the parts of my car in the parking lot?
No repair work is to be done on the campus property. Violation of this regulation may result in the vehicle being towed away from campus at the owner’s expense.
Is my car safe on campus?
Cars are kept safe by efforts from all of us. Florida College has a security team that patrols during the night hours and security cameras located around the campus. Students are encouraged to keep car doors locked at all times as well as removing any valuable items from his or her vehicle.