Loss of Privileges
Cases involving liability or revocation of motor vehicle privileges are to be referred to the proper college authority for disciplinary action.
In the event that a motor vehicle registrant’s privileges are revoked, he/she must act accordingly. The vehicle must immediately be taken home (off campus) and a statement submitted from the registrant, registrant’s parents or guardian that this has been accomplished. If the registrant’s permanent home address (distance) prohibits this removal, the registrant must then place his/her vehicle in storage, at the registrant’s cost, off campus or make other arrangements to remove the vehicle(s).
The following examples may result in a fine and/or administrative action, including the loss of motor vehicle privileges.
- Any person who receives six (6) separate tickets in one (1) semester.
- Any person found guilty of traffic offenses, which jeopardize the safety and/or property of others such as improper or reckless driving, speeding, D.U.I., or loss of state license, etc.
- Any person who refuses to pay traffic fines, city, state, or college issued.
- Any person who uses false information when making application and registering a motor vehicle with the Campus Safety Office.
- Any person found guilty of possession, consumption, being under the influence of alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs while in a motor vehicle on campus.
In such situations, a registrant will no longer be permitted to maintain or operate a vehicle on campus.