Violators of parking regulations, including those who avoid or neglect to pay outstanding parking fines, shall be subject to additional penalties including, but not limited to, the following measures.
Per Boise State Regulation 4102-D, students with unpaid parking citations may have an Academic Hold placed on their student account and are subject to Administrative withdrawal. Academic Holds can be removed if all unpaid violations are paid. Contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 426-7275 with questions.
Revocation/Reinstatement of Parking Privileges
Per Boise State Policy 12130 and the Department of Public Safety Regulations, Use of any motor vehicle on Boise State University campus is a privilege which is revocable for cause. Revocation may result for:
- Nonpayment of fines for 90 days or more
- Misuse of permit or decal
- Acts of vandalism to facilities
- Five or more unpaid citations
- Abusing Transportation & Parking Services staff
All permits displayed on/in vehicles become invalid when parking privileges are revoked. Any individual whose parking privileges have been revoked is not permitted to park any vehicle on the campus of Boise State University. Any vehicle, registered or unregistered, or recognized as being driven or owned by an individual whose parking privileges have been revoked will be impounded.
Use of any motor vehicle on Boise State University campus is a privilege which is revocable for cause. Revocation may result for reasons stated throughout this document and for nonpayment of fines, misuse of permit or decal, acts of vandalism to facilities, continual violations, refusal to pay, or abusing Transportation & Parking Services staff.
Reinstatement of parking privileges may be obtained by paying all outstanding parking fines. Reinstatement of parking privileges will not be granted, unless authorized by the Department Director, when the following is involved: 1) Acts of vandalism to facilities; 2) Abuse of Transportation & Parking Services staff; 3) When revocation occurs more than once during the course of any academic year