Lanier Technical College
2017 - 2018
Catalog and Student Handbook
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Vehicles on Campus
Students should display a parking hang-tag on the rear view mirror of their vehicles if they attend classes at the Oakwood or Forsyth County locations. Parking permits are issued during registration or may be obtained in Administrative Services offices (8 am to 7 pm) or Academic Affairs offices (7 pm to 10 pm) on the Oakwood campus or the Student Affairs offices on the Forsyth County site. Students who need an additional permit or who change vehicles during the quarter must contact Administrative Services for a new decal. Each student is allowed two free parking permits. Any additional permits will cost $3 each.

If a student receives a ticket, a hold will be placed on the student’s account preventing registration, transcript requests, etc. Towing at the owner’s expense may occur when parking regulations are violated.

Driving and parking a vehicle on campus is a privilege and not a right. The cooperation of everyone operating vehicles on campus is essential to traffic control and safety. Students may enter the campus only from marked entrances and must follow arrows of traffic flow. Vehicles left on campus overnight or over a weekend without the permission of the Vice President of Administrative Services or another campus administrator may be ticketed and/or towed.

Parking for Lanier Technical College students is permitted in any space excluding designated spaces listed below. Student vehicles parked in any of the areas listed below are considered in violation of parking policy and may be ticketed.

  • Staff, Faculty, and Administration
  • Visitors
  • Handicapped
  • Fire Lanes, Labs, and Shop Areas
  • Cosmetology Patrons (Oakwood Campus)
  • Outside of curbing and any other unpaved areas

If a student receives a ticket, a hold will be placed on the student's account preventing registration, processing of transcript requests, etc. Towing at the owner's expense may occur when parking regulations are violated.

Parking for staff, faculty, administration, and visitors is clearly marked on/in designated spaces. Parking spaces for handicapped students are marked in blue, and handicapped signs are displayed.

The parking area on the Oakwood campus along Mathis Drive across from the University of North Georgia is reserved for Cosmetology patrons only. Cosmetology patrons must display a valid cosmetology patron slip while parked in this area. Failure to comply with this policy may result in a parking ticket being issued.

Vehicular Accidents on Campus
Vehicular accidents on campus should be reported to the appropriate county Sheriff's Office or Police Department who will complete and file the necessary report. This report will be available to individuals involved in the accident. Anyone desiring a report must contact the appropriate county Sheriff's Office or Police Department.

College security should also be contacted after the local law enforcement is called. Administrative Services will request a copy of the law enforcement report for college records.