As the freshman class increases each year, parking becomes more of an issue since Rhodes does not currently have plans to add another lot. The freshmen are only allowed to park in their own lot, which isn't too far from the dorms, unless you live in Bellingrath or Glassell, which are on the other side of campus. Students do complain that parking isn't the most convenient since spaces are rather far away from most major buildings on campus. Still, the problems are minimal, especially compared to those of a bigger school.
Not only are all students allowed to bring a car, but also, since the campus is so small, there isn't even a huge need to drive from class to class unless you're feeling extremely lazy. There aren't parking lots that are miles from the dorm rooms or ridiculous fines or parking decal expenses, either, and students feel pretty secure that their car won't get broken into if it's parked on campus (the same cannot always be said for those who decide to park on the street outside the gates, though).