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Medical Parking Accommodations

Freshman Residential Parking Exception for Temporary Medical Condition

Subject to space availability, residential freshman who demonstrate a compelling need for personal transportation to attend frequent, scheduled medical or psychological appointments may qualify for a parking exception. Appointments must be scheduled at least weekly and not on an “as-needed” basis.  Approval is given for no more than a semester at a time.   Requests are reviewed by Janice Vermeychuk MSN, APN, director of Student Health Services.  Students will be notified of the disposition of their request by email.

If a student is requesting a parking accommodation on the basis of a permanent disability, please contact Disability Support Services by email at dss@tcnj.edu or by phone at 609-711-3199.

To apply, submit the following to Student Health Services:

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Closer Parking for Temporary Physical Disability

Residential and commuter students with mobility limitations can apply for “closer” parking to classes and residential building.  If approved, you will be allowed to park in all employee, student (commuter or residential), or visitor parking areas.  However this does NOT give you permission to park in a handicapped parking space (see Handicapped Parking section below),  Service Vehicle space,  sidewalk/walkway, or roadway.  You will be ticketed for parking in these areas.

If a student is requesting a parking accommodation on the basis of a permanent disability, please contact Disability Support Services by email at dss@tcnj.edu or by phone at 609-771-3199.

To apply for closer parking, submit the following to Student Health Services:

AND 

  • Note from your Healthcare Provider on office letterhead, currently dated and signed, supporting a medical need for your request.  This note must contain the following information:
      • Diagnosis or nature of student’s disability
      • Justification for closer parking
      • End date

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Requests are reviewed by the director of Student Health Services.  Students will be notified of the disposition of their request by telephone or email. Approval is given for no more than one academic year at a time.

Handicapped Parking

To obtain permission to park in a handicapped parking space in the State of New Jersey, disabled individuals must apply to the N.J. Motor Vehicle Commission for handicapped plates or placards.

Temporary handicapped placards can be obtained from the Ewing Township Police Department. For information, call 609-882-1313.

 

 

 

 

 

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