Student Parking Permits

All Cleveland campus students are required to register vehicles at Student Services in the lower-level of the Lakeshore building.

To register your vehicle, complete the short registration form at Student Services, providing your car's make and model, as well as your license plate number. You will receive a parking permit which must be viewable from the front window of your vehicle when you're parked on campus.

Parking Information:

  • LTC assumes no responsibility for vehicles or their contents while parked on campus.
  • The person whose name is registered is responsible for all violations incurred by the registered vehicle.
  • The enforced speed limit for vehicles operated on campus is fifteen (15) miles per hour.
  • Student parking on the north side of the Lakeshore Building and in the east parking lot behind the Lakeshore Building is prohibited between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. After 5:30 p.m., the east parking lot is open to student parking.
  • Parking on lawns and/or sidewalks is prohibited.
  • Student vehicles should use the first entrance from Interstate 43 marked "Student Entrance".
  • Bicycle parking racks are available in the south parking lot, and the east side and north side of the Lakeshore Building.
  • Handicapped parking is allowed in designated areas by permit only. Permits are available only through the State of Wisconsin.

Student Parking Areas:

LTC Campus Police would like to remind staff and students that the East parking lot (Lot 6) is reserved for staff and conference attendees from 7:00 am through 5:30 pm Monday through Friday.

Those students who have received special temporary parking permits for the East Lot (Lot 6) may park in Lot 6. Lot 7 is open for student parking throughout the day. Students with Carpool parking permits must follow the carpool parking guidelines and should be utilizing the carpool stalls in lots 1, 3, 4, and 7. Parking may be further restricted for special events being held on campus.  These locations will be marked with feather signs indicating event parking. Please avoid parking in these areas while we temporarily accommodate our guests. Parking regulations can be found in your student handbook or you may ask any Campus Police Officer for assistance.

Please ensure that you are trying to comply with all parking regulations while on the campus

See Student Parking Map

Parking Enforcement:

Parking regulations are enforced under Village of Cleveland Ordinance and the State of Wisconsin Statute. Persons violating posted parking regulations may be required to pay a fine in accordance with the Village of Cleveland or the State of Wisconsin traffic deposit schedule.

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