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For questions not handled in this FAQs section, please review the Public Safety policies and documents (located below), or contact the office at 251-380-4444.

The Public Safety offices are currently located on the east end of the Rev. Gregory F. Lucey, S.J., Administration Center.
  • Room 024:  Director of Public Safety & Security office
  • Room 022:  Patrol/Environmental Compliance office (patrol officers and the environmental compliance officer) 

Yellow :  Resident student parking for Toolen Hall, O'Leary Hall, and Mobile Hall
Teel:   Resident student parking for Skip's Place and Viragh Hall
Maroon:  Resident student parking for New Hall
Gold:  Resident student parking for Walsh Hall and Fairways Apartments
Green : Non-resident student parking only
Purple : Faculty/staff parking only
Blue : Handicap parking only

White : Visitor parking only

Red striping on curb : Emergency or service vehicles only 
Yes, all students, faculty, and staff must register their vehicles with Public Safety. The following information is required:
  • Vehicle Identification Information/License number and State of issue
  • Resident Students - $100.00 registration fee
  • Non-Resident Students - $100.00 registration fee
  • Graduate and Continuing Studies - $50.00 registration fee 
Registering your vehicle is easy through Public Safety's online registration form.
Spring Hill College does not require the registration of bicycles for parking on campus. However, anyone using a bicycle on campus is required to park it in an approved bicycle rack.  These racks have been placed at various locations on campus for the bicyclists' convenience.  Any bicycle found parked in a location other than an approved bicycle rack will have its lock cut and the bicycle confiscated and stored.
Not for visits of less than one (1) day. However, visitors who remain on campus more than one (1) day should contact the Office of Public Safety for special temporary parking permits to allow them parking privileges.
Yes. An appeal must be submitted in writing to the Director of Public Safety & Security (twarren@shc.eduwithin seven class days after the issuance of the citation. However, all student parking and traffic fines are to be paid within thirty days of the violation date, even if an appeal is filed. In the event that the appeal is granted, the citation will be canceled and fine payment credited to the student account.
Vehicle registration will begin July 6, 2015.