These regulations are subject to change without notice should changes become necessary to facilitate the parking program.
All motor vehicle and parking regulations are in effect 24 hours a day, all year-round.
Any motor vehicle (including motorcycles and mopeds) or bicycle operated or parked on property owned or controlled by Liberty University must display a valid Liberty University parking permit or pass. The type of permit or pass indicates the areas in which the vehicle must be parked. It is the responsibility of the individual student, faculty, or staff member to personally obtain any temporary parking permit. See Parking Registration and Fees section for more information.
Any violation of the regulations in this book subjects a vehicle to towing, impound, and immobilization. Specific No Parking and Tow Zones are marked on campus. However the absence of a sign does not exempt towing for any location on campus for any violation contained herein. OFFICIALLY POSTED SIGNS TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER THE TRAFFIC AND PARKING REGULATIONS HANDBOOK. See Towing and Immobilization of Vehicles for more information.
Liberty University Police Dept. (L.U.P.D.) will enforce traffic and parking regulations on the property of Thomas Road Baptist Church, Old Time Gospel Hour or any other related ministry. Parking in areas designated for TRBC, LCA, or ELC are reserved for those with the proper decal.
You must park according to the Liberty University decal you were issued. ELC spots to pickup/drop off are only for registered ELC student’s parent to pick up and drop off student. The parent must have the proper hangtag issued by the Early Learning Center. Persons parked there greater than a reasonable amount of time to pickup/drop off registered ELC students will be ticketed and/or towed at the owners expense, despite proper displaying an ELC permit.
Yes. All our training is done through the city of Lynchburg. The police officers of L.U.P.D. may issue Virginia summons for violations of Virginia law, including but not limited to:
Disrespect to a police or security officer will result in disciplinary action from the dean’s office if a student. If an employee, disciplinary action will be taken through the office of Human Resources. Interfering with an officer in performance of their duty will result in a $50 fine, a filed report, and possible criminal charges.
The University assumes no responsibility for loss or damage to private property.
You need to bring a copy of the key to the vehicle being let on campus, your vehicle registration, and your driver’s license to the LUPD Records Dept. Upon bringing your vehicle registration and spare key to the L.U.P.D. Records Dept, paperwork will need to be filled out and you will be instructed where to leave your vehicle on campus by L.U.P.D. This should be done the business day of or before leaving the vehicle here.
Variations from these regulations, or any special considerations, will only be granted by the Chief of Police or his authorized representative. All such requests must be in writing, and for student requests, must be from a faculty member, staff member, medical professional or other authority who is responsible for student seeking a variance or special consideration.
L.U.P.D. accepts no payment(s) for any traffic fees or fines (including vehicle registration). All traffic fees and fines are payable at the Student Accounts Office.
You must submit an appeal to the L.U.P.D. Records Dept. See Parking Regulations and Fines for information about this process.
Tickets are charged to the student who registered the vehicle. See Parking Registration and Fees for more information.
For any questions please contact the L.U.P.D. Records Department at email@example.com or 434-592-3080.