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Table of Contents


1. The University

2. Admission

3. Registration, Fees, and Deposits

4. Academic Policies and Procedures

5. Student Affairs

6. Libraries and Other Academic Resources

7. The Texas Exes


A. Residency Regulations

B. Official Extracurricular Student Activities

C. Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities

D. Policy on Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment

E. Policy on Sexual Misconduct

F. Prohibition of Hazing

G. Policy on AIDS and HIV Infection

H. Prohibition of Sexual Assault

I. Nondiscrimination Policy

J. Prohibition of Campus Violence

K. Student Travel Policy for University-Organized or Sponsored Events

L. Student Travel Policy for Registered Student Organizations

M. Rules of Conduct for Students for Protecting the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers

N. Use of E-mail for Official Correspondence to Students


Statistical Summaries

 

    

5. Student Affairs

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Shuttle Bus Service

The University shuttle bus system is operated for the benefit of students, faculty and staff members, and retirees of the University. The system is funded entirely by the mandatory student services fee. Shuttle bus patrons should be prepared to show their IDs on request.

Shuttle service is provided on all scheduled registration, class, and final examination days. On most routes, service is not provided on holidays or on Saturdays that are not final examination days. Maps and schedules are available on-line, in the Parking and Transportation Services office, and at the information desks in the Main Building and the Texas Union. Written inquiries regarding the changes to routes or policies should be sent by post to The University of Texas at Austin, Shuttle Bus Committee, P O Box 8179, Austin TX 78713-8179, or by e-mail to shuttle@www.utexas.edu.

Parking and Registration of Motor Vehicles

Students who drive or park a vehicle on campus must purchase a permit from Parking and Transportation Services (PTS). To park within the campus boundaries, a proper permit must be displayed as required. Purchase of a surface lot permit (A, C, DC, M) does not assure a parking space in a specified lot. Purchase of a garage permit assures an unassigned parking space in the garage in which it is valid.

The following policies, fees, and regulations are proposed for the 2004-2005 academic year. They are subject to final confirmation by the Board of Regents and will be effective on the date enacted. For the most current regulations, a student should visit the PTS Web site, visit the PTS office on the first level of the Trinity Parking Garage (1815 Trinity Street), or call (512) 471-PARK (471-7275).

Students are eligible for the following types of parking permits and access cards.

  1. Class C (commuting student) parking permits are available to all students enrolled at the University. The fee for the Class C parking permit is $100 for the year. It allows parking in "C" or "Any UT Permit" surface lots in undesignated spaces.
  2. Class C+ permits (commuting student plus Night Horn permit) are available to all students enrolled at the University. The fee is $160 per year.
  3. Class A (staff) parking permits are available to graduate students who are also employed at the University for at least twenty hours a week. A signed copy of the appointment or reappointment form is required to obtain a Class A permit. The cost is $120 per year. Parking is in specific surface lots in undesignated spaces.
  4. Class DC (disabilities) parking permits are available to students with disabilities. The cost is $100 per year. Individuals whose vehicles display a valid University permit for the disabled and the appropriate state-issued license plate or placard may park in any space with a "D" or handicap designation. Class DC permits are available at the PTS office in the Trinity Garage, located at the corner of Trinity Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. An applicant must present a state-issued license plate or placard for the disabled and a copy of his or her Texas Department of Transportation D-12 form with a doctor's signature. Temporary permits for the disabled may also be obtained from the PTS office. A student whose vehicle displays the disabled veteran license plate or Congressional Medal of Honor recipient's license plate or placard is exempt from the payment of all parking fees on campus but must display the Class DC parking permit.
  5. Class M parking permits are issued for motorcycles, motor-assisted bicycles, and motor scooters. These vehicles may be parked only in areas designated for their use. This permit costs $60 for the year. There is no charge for a Class M permit with the purchase of another permit, except an R permit.
  6. Class R garage parking permits are available to residents of University-owned housing located on the main campus. Class R permits are available for $360 a semester or $648 for nine months. Class R permits are valid through May 31 of the following year. Students may purchase a permit for the summer session for an additional fee of $225.
  7. Class S garage parking permits are available to commuter students for $256 per semester, $131 for the summer session, or $540 for twelve months.
  8. Night Horn permits for any of the garages are available for $60 per year; $44 per semester; or $30 for the summer session.

Class C, C+, M, and A permits purchased in the fall semester are valid through August 31 of the following year. Permits purchased after September 30 are prorated monthly. Permit refunds are offered during the add/drop period for the semester that the permit was purchased, and replacement permits are available for a nominal fee.

Parking may be restricted in any garage or surface lot for special events.

A list of charges for violation of the regulations in effect for 2004-2005 follows.

Violation Penalty

Parking in an "At All Times" space or in a space requiring a specific permit $50.00

Improper method of parking, to include parking at a yellow, orange, or red curb $20.00

Disabled vehicle. The vehicle may be impounded. $50.00

Unauthorized special event parking $25.00

Inhabiting a vehicle of any kind on University property without authorization $50.00

Parking overtime at a meter or in a space that is limited in time $15.00

Improper use of a controlled access area or a key card or entering or exiting a controlled access area through prohibited means $25.00

Unauthorized parking in a space reserved for persons with disabilities $100.00

Unauthorized parking in a service space or loading zone $20.00

Unauthorized parking in a state vehicle or University vehicle space $20.00

Unauthorized parking in Thompson Conference Center or LBJ Library lot $25.00

Moped/motorcycle/motorbike parked in a space designated for four-wheeled vehicles $25.00

Unregistered bicycle $10.00

Bicycle or EPAMD parking in areas other than those designated for bicycles $25.00

Violating temporary parking restrictions $25.00

Parked in violation of set time parameters $25.00

Idling at air intake louvers $25.00

Failure to display proper permit on a registered vehicle. (Three warning tickets per academic year, then $10.00 per incident.) $10.00

Possession, counterfeiting, or altering of parking permit and/or possession of lost, stolen, or invalid permit. The cost of the permit is added to the penalty.[1] $150.00

Obstruction to vehicular or pedestrian traffic. The vehicle may be impounded. $25.00

Parking in a fire lane, at a fire hydrant, or on a yellow curb. The vehicle may be impounded. $50.00

Parking or driving on sidewalks, grass, or shrubbery. The cost of repairs is added to the penalty. $25.00

Nonmotorized parking or driving on sidewalks, grass, or shrubbery. The cost of repairs is added to the penalty. $25.00

Improper passenger pickup and discharge $25.00

Exceeding 15 miles per hour speed limit or other posted speed limit on campus $25.00

Violation of an official traffic control device, such as a STOP or YIELD sign $15.00

Moving violation of Texas motor vehicle laws not otherwise specified in these rules and regulations $25.00

Moving a barricade or parking within any barricaded area or moving a vehicle without permission of owner/operator. The vehicle may be impounded. $25.00

Failure to stop and heed instructions given by a University police officer or guard $25.00

Parking opposite the flow of traffic where angled parking is required $20.00

Parking a vehicle overnight in an unauthorized place $25.00

Parking or operating a motor vehicle while privileges are suspended. The vehicle may be impounded. [1] $25.00

Roller-skating or skateboarding on campus $15.00

Having a vehicle of any type within a University building $15.00

Parking without authorized valid permit $25.00

Unauthorized removal of a boot $25.00

Theft of property or damaging property by unauthorized boot removal. The replacement cost of damaged property is added to the penalty.[1] $50.00

Improper exit from a University parking garage. The maximum daily fee is also assessed.[1] $25.00

 


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General Information
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - The University
Chapter 2 - Admission
Chapter 3 - Registration, Fees, and Deposits
Chapter 4 - Academic Policies and Procedures
Chapter 5 - Student Affairs
Chapter 6 - Libraries and Other Academic Resources
Chapter 7 - The Texas Exes
Appendix A - Residency Regulations
Appendix B - Official Extracurricular Student Activities
Appendix C - Institutional Rules on Student Services and Activities
Appendix D - Policy on Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
Appendix E - Policy on Sexual Misconduct
Appendix F - Prohibition of Hazing
Appendix G - Policy on AIDS and HIV Infection
Appendix H - Prohibition of Sexual Assault
Appendix I - Nondiscrimination Policy
Appendix J - Prohibition of Campus Violence
Appendix K - Student Travel Policy for University-Organized or Sponsored Events
Appendix L - Student Travel Policy for Registered Student Organizations
Appendix M - Rules of Conduct for Students for Protecting the Confidentiality of Social Security Numbers
Appendix N - Use of E-mail for Official Correspondence to Students
Statistical Summaries

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University of Texas at Austin

17 August 2004. Office of the Registrar

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