Course Resumption Update
UPDATE: All UofGH classes will resume on Monday, Nov. 20 and Tuesday, Nov. 21. Please visit guelphumber.ca/updates for more information
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If you occasionally drive to the University, a limited number of spaces are available in the Pay on Exit parking lots (Lots 05,06,08 and 10).
The rates are as follows:
4 hours or less = $4
Over 4 hours = $7.
Payment methods are credit card, cash and coin.
There are no in-and-out privileges during the day.
If you intend to drive to campus on a regular basis it is recommended you purchase a parking permit. Parking permits are required to park in most lots between the hours of midnight and 8:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
Guests to the University of Guelph-Humber who are visiting on business must contact the staff or faculty member they are meeting with to arrange for visitor parking. Staff and faculty who are expecting visitors can email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the guest parking online form.
Motorcycle parking is restricted to designated areas. If you normally drive an automobile and only ride a motorcycle on occasion, a special parking clip for your bike can be requested at no extra charge. Motorcycle permits can also be purchased on a semester basis for $88 for staff and students who don’t have a regular parking permit.
Accessible parking spaces are available for staff and students with a valid Ministry of Transportation (MTO) Disabled Person Parking Permit and a valid University of Guelph-Humber parking permit. Individuals with a valid parking permit who have a temporary health or disability, may apply for a special Medical Parking Permit. A doctor’s medical certificate is required. The special permit is non-renewable and is valid for a maximum of 2 months. Medical Permit Holders must park in designated “MEDICAL” spaces and are not permitted to park in MTO Accessible parking spaces.
Your parking permit can be used for multiple vehicles by indicating each vehicle on the application form. This grants access privileges for any of the registered vehicles on an alternating basis.
Parking Regulations and Municipal Bylaws are enforced 24 hours a day. It is the sole responsibility of the person parking to ensure that their vehicle is parked in accordance with the rules, and only in the lot authorized by the permit. It is also required that the valid permit be hung from the rear view mirror, facing forward, so it is clearly visible from the outside.