The roadways of the College and its parking spaces fall under the jurisdiction of the Department of Public Safety, which is responsible for the administration and enforcement of regulations designed to facilitate an orderly traffic flow on campus.
These regulations apply to students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Infractions of these regulations are the responsibility of the person who registered the vehicle on campus. The College is not responsible for loss due to theft or damage to vehicles that occur on College property.
Special-event parking and all temporary parking arrangements on campus are to be scheduled and approved by Public Safety.
Vehicle Registration All vehicles operated and parked on College property by full- and part-time students, faculty, and staff must be registered with the college.
Parking permits are available 24 hours a day and should be acquired before the beginning of the school year.
Parking regulations will be enforced beginning the second week of school, including summer months.
Students can get their permits online at https://cabrini.thepermitstore.com.
Print the temporary permit and place it on the vehicle's driver's-side rear-passenger window (clean, dry, and on the interior).
Vehicle registration does not guarantee a parking space, but affords the registrant the opportunity to park in authorized areas where sufficient space is available.
If you cannot find a legal parking space, please call 610-902-8245 for assistance.
Parking permits may not be shared or transferred, and registrations must be renewed at the beginning of each academic year starting August 15, January 2, and in May at the beginning of summer sessions.
The "registration year" extends from August 15 to May 15 of the following year.
First-Year StudentsFirst-year resident students are not permitted to park anywhere on campus at any time.
If there is a medical necessity for a vehicle, an off-campus job to supplement tuition, or an approved academic reason, students must apply for permission from the Director of Public Safety.
Permits are $55 for one semester, and first-year residents must reapply for approval each semester. Approved first-year residents may park in the Dixon Center parking lot only.
Registration Fee Full-time undergraduate and graduate resident and commuter students must pay a vehicle-registration fee of $95 for academic-year parking permits or $55 for one semester.
Part-time undergraduate and graduate commuter parking permits are $55 for the academic year or $35 for one semester. Summer-session–only parking permits are $30. Traffic Regulations
The speed limit on all campus roads and parking lots is 15 m.p.h.
All roads on campus are two-way, with the exception of Grace Drive and Chapel Drive and the portion of Cabrini Drive between Founder's Hall and the Mansion, which are all one‑way.
The portion of Residential Drive opposite the marked parking spaces is a Tow-Away Zone.
All legal parking spaces are clearly marked with a white painted line. There are no legal parking spaces on any of the grassy areas of campus.