When you’re planning the next four years, it’s important to take a look around. Explore our beautiful Oceanview Campus. Ask our students and faculty what life here is really like. Meet with your admissions counselor, and leave a little time for some classic Los Angeles sightseeing.
Campus tours and interview appointments are scheduled weekdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Availability is limited, so please plan your visit at least three weeks in advance. Although you’re welcome to spend the whole day, most tours and interviews last about two hours. You also may attend special visit events, such as Fall Preview Day and Admitted Student Day.
All students and employees operating vehicles are responsible for reading and adhering to the current Marymount California University parking and driving regulations.
It is your responsibility to inform Campus Safety and Security immediately if your vehicle develops a mechanical issue. For liability reasons, we will not jump-start or unlock your vehicle, but we can direct you to local sources for aid.
The driving regulations and requirements of the California Motor Vehicle Code apply to all driving on campus.
Pedestrians are urged to use designated walkways along roadways to ensure their safety.
The following fines will be levied for these offenses at the rate indicated:
|Parking in handicap space without a permit||$150|
|Parking in a reserved/faculty/visitor only space||$55|
|Parking in a red or emergency access zone||$75|
|Parking in a bus stop or loading zone||$75|
|Parking or operating a vehicle in an off-road area||$75|
|Dangerous or reckless vehicle operation||$200|
|Failure to obey a traffic sign||$150|
|Failure to display a parking permit||$50|
|Speeding or speed unsafe for conditions||$200|
|Community courtesy violation||$65|
|Failure to obey directions of a campus official||$50|
The cost to the institution for determining the user of a vehicle without a current parking permit may be assessed to the user as an additional charge.
Fines are payable online via the Rydin Portal within 30 calendar days of the violation. https://www.permitsales.net/MCPV/violations
Fines not paid within 30 calendar days of the violation will result in the doubling of the fine amount and possible suspension of parking privileges.
Appeals must be submitted within five business days of the violation. https://www.permitsales.net/MCPV/violations
The appeal must be submitted online via the Rydin Parking Portal found on the Campus Safety and Security Page. It will be directed to the Appeals Board, a confidential groups consisting of current students, faculty and staff. If the Board determines that a violation was written in error, the parking manager will revoke or reduce the violation. All appeals are reviewed for merit. The appellant will be notified by email of the Board’s ruling. All rulings are final.
Fines for appeals which are denied or altered will be placed on the student’s account, making him or her unable to request transcripts or graduation gowns.
Repeated citations for similar offenses will result in a percentage increase on all subsequent citations.
All violations issued to a vehicle shall be the responsibility of the registered owner.
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