There are too many students for just the few parking there are. Then if there are no police anybody even without permit may park and limit more the spaces available to park. I hate it!
I don't have a car,I walk every day to class. It's better to have class early so that you find a spot because after 9am,its IMPOSSIBLE. If you REALLY need to take your car,be sure to be in campus 35 minutes before your class starts to have some possibility to find a parking spot. Oh,and if it rains, the parking floods. There are videos on youtube about a jeep driving in the middle of the flood. You'll see what I mean.
Its a Nightmare! Parking in the University is in an area that floods under heavy rain. Its at the low end of a hill, making the walk to class a nightmare, not to mention its color coded, and Freshman's parking lots are outside of the campus itself. Even after being a Sophomore it is still a nightmare. All the parking lots are out in the sun, and with 90 degrees Fahrenheit being the norm around here, cars can get extremely hot. Plus with so many students, finding parking 20 minutes prior to class can be a real nightmare
Simply Horrible – Despite the fact parking is free for students. The tickets are divided by colors depending if you are freshman, sophomore or above junior. Classes usually start between 7:00-7:30 Am, however, if for one moment you believe you will find a good parking you are very very dead wrong. Usually parking is very full until 3:00pm to 4:00 pm, in which most of the class periods end. You can't park inside campus unless you want to receive a ticket or a clamp in your car, due to the fact that parking inside campus are for professors and other employees from the universities, and you can't access those parking spaces until 6:00pm
In this university, the sooner you get the better, cause after 8 am you will not find any parking space. Some people have to be on campus as much as 2 hours before their classes.
Sorry, there are no reviews.