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Parking and operating a motor vehicle on campus is a privilege, not a right and constitutes acceptance by the individual of the responsibility to assure that his or her vehicle is neither parked nor operated in violation of any college regulation or motor vehicle and traffic regulation of the State of Rhode Island.
The college assumes no responsibility for loss or theft of, damage to, or property missing from vehicles while parked or operated on campus.
All faculty, staff, students and visitors operating or parking a vehicle on campus are responsible for familiarizing themselves with and understanding these regulations.
Registration Of Motor Vehicles
All motor vehicles intended to be operated or parked on campus must be registered with the Campus Police Department by completing the proper registration form. All applicants for a campus parking and operating permit must present a valid college ID card, driver's license, state registration certificate and proof of minimum liability insurance required by the State in which the vehicle is registered.
Summons and Traffic Citations
All parking and traffic citations issued by Campus Police are returnable to the Rhode Island Traffic Tribunal. As such, persons receiving citations may be required to appear in court and/or pay a fine.
Persons receiving a summons are additionally advised that failure to appear in court or pay fines may result in any or all of the following actions being taken:
- Operators License Suspension or Revocation
- Vehicle License Suspension
- Court-ordered Arrest