MCC students must apply for a parking permit online. Once the application has been completed parking passes may be picked up at Student Services. CCP students will only be issued parking passes if they meet the required criteria and are approved by the CCP Student Success & Retention Specialist. CCP student will not be assessed a parking fee. Permits should be placed at the bottom left of the back windshield of the vehicle. New parking passes are issued each year.
Students should use designated student parking lots. Special areas are designated for handicapped students and should not be used unless you have the proper legal identification on your vehicle. Vehicles that are parked improperly will be ticketed by local law enforcement and may be towed at the owner’s expense.
All of the provisions of Chapter 20 of the General Statutes relating to the use of highways of the State of North Carolina and the operation of motor vehicles thereon shall apply to the streets, roads, alleys, and driveways on the MCC campus. Any person violating any of the provisions of Chapter 20 of the General Statutes in or on the streets, roads, alleys, and driveways on the campus shall upon conviction thereof be punished as prescribed in and provided by Chapter 20 of the General Statutes relating to motor vehicles. Traffic Regulations Policy 2.3.4
In addition to any of the provisions of Chapter 20 of the General Statutes, the following rules and regulations are applicable to the parking lots on the MCC campus:
- Parking – Park only in a lined parking space and park between the lines. Handicapped spaces are marked by signs and are reserved only for handicapped individuals displaying a legally issued handicap tag on their vehicle. Visitor parking spaces and project vehicle spaces are marked and are not to be used by faculty, staff or students for parking their personal vehicles. Project vehicles are to be parked in project vehicle spaces only. Parking in any unlined area, alley, driveway, sidewalk, building entrance, grassed areas or reserved parking space for faculty, staff, visitors, and handicapped will be considered as a parking violation. In addition, leaving vehicles (except project vehicles) on campus after regular hours of operation will be considered a parking violation.
- Speed Limit – The speed limit on any street, road, alley, driveway, or parking lot on the campus is 10 miles per hour as set by the MCC Board of Trustees.
- Signs – All traffic signs must be obeyed:
The rules and regulations of the policy may be enforced by the College in the following manner:
- The College may issue a warning notice to students and staff regarding parking violations.
- The College may have any vehicle towed at the owner’s expense, for any parking violation. The order to tow a vehicle must be given by the administrator in charge.
- If the vehicle is parked illegally, law enforcement will be called.
MCC is not responsible for theft or damage to any vehicle parked or being operated on the campus or for any contents within such vehicles. The registered owners of towed vehicles are responsible for the payment of towing fees and storage charges assessed by towers. The registered owner is responsible for non-moving violations regardless of who was operating the vehicle at the time of the violation. These regulations apply to any person operating and/or parking a vehicle on MCC’s campus.