After a registration fee of $50, all students are allowed to park on campus. There's good news and bad news, though. The good news is that you'll always have a spot. The bad news is that, starting out, it's never going to be where you want it. As a freshman, you'll be restricted to the athletic complex lot, across the street and downhill from the main campus. Some students don't mind the trek, but most complain bitterly about it for the whole year. Fortunately, sophomore year sees your car on campus proper, and with each passing year you'll be able to claim more land as available space. Seniors can park virtually anywhere. And if you have the rare distinction of being a Housefellow, you get your very own reserved space.
North and South lots make up the majority of the common spots, but as their names suggest, they are at the poles of the campus. Hasty students that make the mistake of parking illegally do so at their own risk. Campus Safety officers ticket first and ask questions later. Saving yourself a five-minute walk just isn't worth the risk.