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Rates to Increase for Faculty and Staff Parking

For the first time since 2008, faculty and staff members who use on-campus lots will see an increase in parking fees.

According to the Department of Public Information, the extra fees will be allocated to help cover growing costs of parking lot construction and management.

The change, set to go into effect on Nov. 1, varies by which lot a faculty or staff member chooses to park in. Increases range from $1-$3, depending on the lot, while some lots will see no change. An exact breakdown for each lot can be found here.

For the time being, there are no planned increases to student parking permits.

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