Safety Related Vehicle Issues
Any vehicle located on the campus which is in its self-causing a safety hazard, may be removed from campus. A safety hazard is identified as, but not limited to, leaking gas or oil, emitting toxic fumes or vehicles rolling out of a parking space. Fines and costs related to relocation and cleanup are the responsibility of the vehicle owner.
IU Southeast Parking lots are not to be used for long-term vehicle storage. Long-term storage is defined as a vehicle that has not moved locations for more than two weeks. Any affiliate of IU Southeast with a valid parking permit may obtain permission in advance from the University Police to leave a vehicle longer than two weeks. Resident students with valid permits are exempt from this policy while school is in session as long as they are legally parked.
If permission is not obtained, after two weeks a tow warning will be placed on the vehicle along with notification of current charges owed. The owner will then have 48 hours to remove the vehicle form the premises. Charges will be calculated at the daily visitor rate if the vehicle is left in a visitor area or does not display a permit.
REVISED: May 20, 2015