Faculty/Staff Decal (2016-2017)
Please read the instructions below
1. All Staff & Faculty MUST apply on line.
2. Before purchasing Faculty/Staff decals, all
outstanding parking fines must be paid.
3. Due to limited space, we are not in a position
to change any fields.
4. After applying online, you must come to purchase
your decal in Jefferson Hall 201.
5. You will be able to change your vehicle
information through the online system when you submit your application. Any
changes to vehicle information after an application is submitted must be done
in person at the Public Safety Office in Jefferson Hall 201, or over the phone
1. Parking is $250 annually for full time Faculty
and/or Staff, $150 annually for part-time Staff and $150 for Adjuncts for Fall
and Spring. Hangtags are available for use with two vehicles for an additional
2. Please make sure you bring the following in
order to purchase your decal:
o Your car registration.
o Your Driver’s License
o Your payment (personal check, money order, cash,
Credit Cards are accepted.)
3. If you wish to expedite your purchase of
a parking decal, bring your payment in the form of a personal check, money order or Credit Card.
4. If you are paying cash, you must first come to
the Public Safety Office in Jefferson Hall 201 with all of the required
documents (see # 2). We will check your information and direct you to pay at
the Bursar's Office (office hours: Monday-Thursday 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. and
Friday 9:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M..) in Jefferson Hall 200, then return to
Jefferson Hall 201 to pick up your parking decal.
REFUNDS: Refund/parking policies are listed in the rules and regulations
booklet you will receive after you purchase your parking decal and can also be
found online at the following website. http://www.qc.cuny.edu/about/security/Pages/ParkingAndTrafficRegulations.aspx
NEW FEATURE: Pay for your Parking Decal
and Parking Violations ONLINE.
/ FACULTY / STAFF: Could
Now PAY ONLINE using Pay Pal or Credit Card.
This feature is ONLY available to those who have purchased a yearly Decal Last Year
Students, Faculty, and Staff will be able to pay using their Pay Pal or Credit
Card. At the Public Safety Office, Jefferson Hall 201.
Queens College Public Safety Department Parking and Traffic
Parking on the Queens College campus is by decal only. Information on
applying for and purchasing a decal is available at the Queens College web page
(www.qc.cuny.edu) or by calling 718-997-4443.
All vehicles must be registered with the Public Safety Office in order to park
on college property. Unregistered vehicles or vehicles parked in violation of
the Parking and Traffic Regulations in this notice are subject to both
ticketing and immobilization ("booting"). A $75 fee will be charged
for removal of the immobilization boot in addition to the parking violation
penalty for the ticket(s).
*Please note: Students/faculty/staff must park in their assigned fields.
Registration and Fees
All fees and fines quoted in these regulations, including New
York City parking tax where applicable, have been approved by the college and
the Board of Trustees of the City University of New York, and are subject to
change without notice. Fees and fines are designed to provide a
self-supporting parking program, including financing construction, maintenance,
lighting, security, and administration of the parking operation.
Student Parking Fee Schedule
Fall/Spring/Summer: $250 (Parking for summer
session(s) is included in the yearly decal.)
Summit resident parking (Field 5): $350
Summit underground parking: $400 plus $25 refundable deposit
for access card
Spring semester only: $125
Summer session(s) only: $125
Weekends per semester: $40 (includes Friday after 3 pm, Saturday and
Motorcycles $160 Fall/Spring
Motorcycles Summer only $80
Faculty and Staff Parking Fee Schedule
Full-time faculty and staff: $250 per year
College assistants: $150 per year
Adjuncts Fall/Spring $150
Summit underground parking: $400 plus $25 refundable deposit for
Spring/Summer $150 for full-time faculty and staff; $75 per semester for
Motorcycles $160 Fall/Spring/Summer (free if decal for car is purchased)
Motorcycles Summer (only) $80
Community Programs (CPSM, Choral Society, Athletics, etc.) $40 per semester
Speech & Hearing $50 per semester
Pass for card-operated control gates: $25 refundable deposit
Check Fee: $25
SHUTTLE BUS PRICES / INFORMATION
Full-time faculty and staff: $120 per year (September – August)
$80 per year (September – August)
$80 per year (September – August, summer included)
$40 Spring only (exp. 5/27/15)
Summer only (exp. end of August)
Students ride free with
valid QC ID.
Shuttle Bus Information:
No refund after first
two weeks of semester.
Must pay full price at the time of purchase; full-year sticker
must be purchased in the
Faculty/staff full-year decal only: refund within first two
weeks of semester or half of original price refunded after first semester by
No prorated amounts on stickers for one semester after the initial two weeks.
No replacement for lost/stolen/destroyed stickers.
Validation stickers are not transferable.
Full-time faculty or staff and college assistants employed at
Queens College during the parking decal period (October to October) are
required to pay the full price for parking regardless of when the decal is
purchased. New employees starting April 1 or later pay $125 (full-time) or $75
(college assistants). Faculty or staff who are assigned to Field 2/7 and do not
find parking there may park in Fields 3, 5, 6, 14, or 15.
Pass for card-operated control gates: $25 refundable deposit
In no case shall these fees exceed $400 per vehicle per academic year.
registration must be in the family name.
The following regulations govern parking privileges and should
be read by everyone who parks on campus.
Illegally parked vehicles
that interfere with the movement of traffic, or those with excessive
violations, are subject to immobilization. Owners are charged a $75 service fee
for removal of "boot."
Parking on campus is at the
owner's risk. The registered driver is
responsible for the use of the vehicle on campus. The college is NOT responsible for loss or
damage to any registered or other vehicle, its contents, or equipment. The fee
provides only for the privilege of parking on campus on a space-available
1. Students are allowed to
purchase only one parking decal, for one vehicle.
Car Registration must be in the
family name or same address.
are NOT transferable to other persons or other vehicles. Parking
privileges will be
REVOKED, without refund, for failure to observe this
Parking on campus is at the driver’s risk. The registered driver
for the use of the
vehicle on campus. The college is not
responsible for loss or damage to any registered or other vehicle,
or equipment. The
fee provides only the privilege of
parking on campus on a space-available basis
Decals must be for the current year and property affixed to the
SIDE OF THE WINGSHEID (opposite your
registration and inspection sticker) and (Faculty/Staff) at the back of the
view mirror; if
your decal is removed from your rear-
view mirror/windshield, it will be void. Expired decals MUST be removed.
DECALS THAT ARE
NOT PROPERLY AFFIXED WILL BE
CONFISCATED. Use of tape or any method other than that specified on the
not acceptable and shall be considered a violation
of these regulations. Cars NOT exhibiting a proper decal or special pass from
Office are subject to ticketing
"booting," as noted above.
a) Lost, stolen, or destroyed decals will NOT be replaced.
b) A replacement decal for a new vehicle may be purchased for $25, after
brought to Public Safety in Jefferson Hall, Room 201.
c) Lost or stolen control gate passes will be replaced only upon payment of
$25 fee after
verification of loss by the Public Safety Office.
d) Refunds are not made for an unexpired period for which a decal
was issued, except
to those who
have paid for a second
in advance. Claim for such refunds must be made no later than
January 31 of
year. Decals purchased for fall or spring
are eligible for full refund only within the first two weeks of classes.
e) Decals purchased for summer session(s) are eligible for refunds only
first week of
6. The map indicates field
locations. Tickets are issued for failure to park in the
or within the lines of demarcation. See the
is prohibited on roadways, in loading zones, and in any area not
designated for parking. These areas must
be kept clear
for the normal movement of traffic, fire apparatus, and other emergency
vehicles, college vehicles,
and delivery trucks. Vehicles
parked on roads or in fire lanes, or obstructing fire hydrants or crosswalks,
or creating a
hazardous condition are subject to
and "booting." Handicapped spaces are reserved for those issued
on or driving around the Quadrangle is prohibited. The
areas in front of
Remsen Hall, Jefferson Hall, Kiely
Hall, and the FitzGerald
are reserved for authorized vehicles.
signs and these regulations are in effect at all times throughout the
10. Parking regulations will
be strictly enforced. Cars not displaying a proper
or parked so as to create a hazardous condition
will be “booted.” A $75 service fee must be paid before the vehicle will be
contact the Public Safety Office at the Main
are to be operated on campus with extreme caution and at NO MORE
THAN 5 miles
per hour. Pedestrians have the right of
at all times.
12. A driver damaging an
unoccupied vehicle is required to report the incident to the
Safety Officer, no matter how minor the damage.
parking (after 11 pm) on campus is strictly prohibited unless you
a Summit parking
decal. In an emergency, specific
must be made with the Public Safety Office JH201 or, after office hours,
with the Public
Safety Office at the Main Gate by calling 718-997-5912.
Students Parking Ends at 11 pm. Unless
In the event of a severe snowstorm, cars that cannot be driven
home should be
possible, to the edges of the fields to facilitate snow
Drivers should avoid parking their cars on campus after a snowstorm until
the fields are
cleared. The Superintendent of Buildings &
is authorized to restrict parking on campus during a snow emergency.
Drivers authorized to park on campus must obtain from the
Main Gate a visitor's pass
for the day if
they want to park a car other than their
vehicle. The granting of such requests is at the discretion of the
duty. Whenever possible, such requests should be
made in advance to the Security Office (718-997-4443) so that the pass will be
at the gate.
a) Cars with evening session stickers may NOT be parked on
campus before 2
pm. After 2
pm, students who have evening decals may
in Fields 2, 5, 6, 9, 14, or 15. Day students must stay in their assigned
Note: During summer session, students with annual evening decals must
Fields 5 or 14
only before 2 pm. After 2 pm, they may park in
2, 5, 6, 9, 14, or 15.
After 8 am on Fridays, students with evening decals are allowed to park
campus during the
day in Fields 5 or 14 only.
No day students parking decals are sold during the spring semester.
purchase annual evening
decals will not be permitted to
their evening decals for day decals in the spring semester.
17. These regulations apply to the
main campus, Kissena Hall, and all other college
property off the
main campus, and are in effect at all times
18. Field 15 is usually closed on Fridays. If you have a decal for this
field, when it is
closed you are
authorized to park in Field 5 or 14 only. You
cannot use the campus entrance (Kissena or Melbourne gates) to access Field
Safety Officers and uniformed guards are assigned to reserve the parking areas
for authorized vehicles. Drivers are expected to cooperate with the guards and
to assist them in carrying out their assignments. A violation tag (ticket) will be
attached to a vehicle if it is not parked in accordance with these regulations.
for violation of these regulations, subject to appeal as described below, are
Parking with no decal/pass: $50
Illegal parking in
handicapped space: $50
All other violations:
paid at the Security Office JH 201. Failure to pay a fine within 10 days
will result in an additional penalty of $10. Failure to pay within 20 days adds
another $10 penalty. In addition to monetary penalties, failure to pay after 20
days may result in cancellation of parking privileges, denial of future right
to purchase a decal, "booting," blocking of registration and release
of diplomas and transcripts for students, and disciplinary action. Faculty and
staff members who fail to pay after 20 days may be subject to cancellation of
parking privileges, denial of future right to purchase a decal, and
Office hours of the Bursar during the fall and spring semesters are Monday
through Friday, 9:30 am–4:30 pm; Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, 5–7 pm. Hours
are subject to change.
violation tag (ticket) with payment made out to Queens College may be mailed
Office of the Public Safety/Security
Queens College, CUNY
65-30 Kissena Boulevard
Queens, NY 11367-1597
Faculty, staff, and students have the right
to appeal violations. Appeals must be filed online; go to www.qc.cuny. edu and log into myqc. Visitors who are ticketed for a violation may obtain an appeal
form from the Main Gate Public Safety office or the Public Safety Office in
Jefferson Hall, Room 201.
Violations for "decal not properly affixed" or "decal voided" must be
resolved within 5 days by taking the ticket and the vehicle for which the decal
is registered to the Main Gate for a supervisor to inspect. If your decal is
observed to be properly affixed or not voided, the violation will be dismissed.
After 5 days from the violation, your appeal will not be accepted, and
you will be required to pay the fine imposed.
For all other violations, you have 10 days
to file an online appeal. If an appeal is not filed within 10 days of the alleged violation, or if
you receive a bill in the mail, you must pay your fine before you file an
appeal. Sustained appeals may call for the return of all or part of any fines
paid. If the appeal is denied, payment must be made within 10 days of the date
of the email notification. Failure to pay the fine within 10 days after an
appeal is denied will result in additional penalties for lateness, and a Hold
will be applied to your records.
Disposition of all appeals is
Drivers transporting passengers to or from
the college should drop them off or meet them outside campus gates.
Trucks and taxis may enter and leave
through the most convenient gate, but must not drive on Quadrangle
Visitors must obtain a pass from the Main
Gate Public Safety Office and will be directed to authorized parking areas.
Approval for requests will be limited to available on-campus parking. Parking for guest lecturers and
other official visitors must be arranged, 24 hours in advance, with the Main
Gate Public Safety Office (online at qc.cuny.edu/myqc)
with the make, color, and license plate number of the visitor's vehicle. (Faxed
requests will not be accepted.)
Comments? Complaints? Suggestions?
You may contact the Public Safety/Security office at 718-997-4443.