Campus Safety

Parking and Transportation

What to expect during COVID-19

During the pandemic, a daily COVID-19 screening online is required before coming to campus, and all visitors, students, faculty, and staff need to show the results at a welcome station tent (through November 24) or an indoor kiosk (starting November 25) upon arriving on campus. Screening, Welcome Stations, & Kiosks »

Visitors: See Visitors section below.

Every Vehicle Needs a Permit
Parking Enhancements - Fall 2019

Get a Permit & Know Where To Park

Students
Faculty
Staff
Reserved Parking
Visitors
Contractors
Affiliates

Rides

Nazareth transportation

For transportation due to health, medical, or mobility complications, see Special Accommodation Transports.

Rochester Buses

Rochester Regional Transit Service (RTS) bus rides to/from campus are free for students, faculty, and staff with your Nazareth ID at these times: Wednesday nights plus Friday evenings through Sunday afternoons. It's $1 at all other times. Naz-RTS fall 2020 schedule.

Parking Policies

  • Everyone, always: All students, faculty, and staff are required to register their vehicle(s) with Campus Safety and display a valid parking permit at all times parked on campus. Students must register/renew at the start of each semester, and faculty and staff must register/renew annually.
  • Yes, even nights and weekends: Parking policies are in effect at all times. Park only in designated spaces and lots in accordance with your permit. Parking in or blocking fire lanes, roadways, grass, walkways, sidewalks, and loading docks is strictly prohibited.
  • Change of vehicle? Update any change in vehicle promptly with Campus Safety either in person (Shults 21) or by email, campussafety@naz.edu.
  • Enforcement: Vehicles not registered with Campus Safety, not parked in an appropriate space or lot, or not displaying a valid parking permit, will be ticketed and are subject to booting, towing, and loss of parking privileges.
  • Safety first: Do not move or remove cones, barriers, and other traffic control devices.
  • Tell your visitors: When inviting guests/visitors to campus, please direct them to visitor spaces in F lot and A lot and encourage them to obtain a temporary parking pass. Such passes can only be issued for up to two days.
  • Organizing an event? Be sure to register your campus events via 25Live, which is one way we plan for event parking.