Frequently Asked Questions

CAMPUS POLICE DEPARTMENT LOCATION:

Campus Police Department is located on the SE corner of campus in the Heritage Village Building, at 2801 E. Memorial Road; Suite 115..

Where Do I Register?

Online vehicle registration for parking and driving on OC Campus is now available year round.  You will need to register early for the Fall and Spring semester to beat the excessive long lines to pick up your vehicle decal.  Go to your MyOC.edu website, search 'Vehicle Registration', log in, register your vehicle, and 'Submit', or register online at the following website:

https://apps.oc.edu/authenticate/index.php?uri=http://apps.oc.edu//vehicle_registration 

 

You make pick up your decal at the Campus Police Department, located at the Heritage Village building on the SE side of campus, at 2801 E. Memorial Road, Ste. 115, between the hours of 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.  During Take Flight decals will be issued to students, if the following list of items can be verified.  Remember to bring the following items with you to pick up your decal:

  • OC Student ID.
  • Current Driver’s License.
  • Current Vehicle Insurance Registration.

(Note:  Any vehicle(s) you will be driving on campus may need the Vehicle License Tag verified before receiving your vehicle decal.)

Which Decal Do I Get?

Blue decals are for Freshmen and Sophomores (59 hours and below).  It is your responsibility to get your decal changed when you have 60 or more hours.

Maroon decals are for Juniors and Seniors (60+ hours).

Gray decals are for Graduates.

White decals are for Faculty/Staff.

The vehicle decal sticker must be permanently affixed inside the right front part of your windshield (on the passenger’s side), just do not block your view looking right.

What If I Am Visiting The Campus or Have A Friend Visiting?

If you are attending a summer camp, you will not need a parking/driving pass.  If a visitor is going to be on campus more than 2 days during school hours, they need to come to the OC Campus Police Department (SE corner of campus), 2801 E. Memorial Road, Suite 115, to register and request a Temporary Parking Pass, which is only good for 30 days.  Hours are 8 am – 4 pm, MON – FRI.

What If I Am Borrowing or Renting A Car For A Short Time?

If you are temporarily using another family vehicle, borrowing or renting a vehicle, you must immediately register for a Temporary Parking Pass at the OC Campus Police Department (SE corner of campus), 2801 E. Memorial Road, Suite 115.  Hours are 8 am – 4 pm, MON – FRI.  Note:  A Temporary Parking Pass is only good for 30 days.

What If I Change From A Sophomore To A Junior After Fall Semester?

If you have 60 or more hours, and your classification has changed in MyOC Directory to a Junior student when the Fall or Spring semester begins, you may register online in your my.oc.edu for a new maroon decal.  If you choose not to register until the next semester/Fall school year, you will still have to follow the rules for having a Freshman/Sophomore decal.

Do I Need To Get A New Decal Every Year?

You will still NEED TO REGISTER YOUR VEHICLE EVERY YEAR.  On your MyOC.edu website, search 'Vehicle Registration', log in, register your vehicle, and 'Submit'; or you may register at the following website, https://apps.oc.edu/authenticate/index.php?uri=http://apps.oc.edu//vehicle_registration

You may not need a new decal sticker UNLESS:

  • you are now a graduate student
  • you become a junior/senior (60 hours or more) and still have a blue sticker
  • get a different or new vehicle
  • get a new windshield

If you are a Freshman or Sophomore living in the dorms, you are required to park at the dorms.

If you are a Freshman or Sophomore living in the apartments, you are required to park at the apartments.

Parking on campus hours are from 7:00am - 5:00pm, Monday – Friday.  After 5:00pm, you may park in any legal parking area on campus, however, you will need to have your car moved before 7:00am to keep from receiving a parking fine.  

After hours (5:00pm) and weekends authorized areas to park are:  All student parking areas, visitor parking, and faculty/staff parking (unless barricaded for events, etc.)

Commuters may park ONLY in the following parking lots:

  • Large parking lot directly South of Hardeman Auditorium.
  • Parking lot West of Enterprise Square.
  • Parking lot West of Gaylord University Center.
  • Triangle parking lot West of the Soccer Field.

Student parking on campus hours are from 7:00am – 5:00pm, Monday  - Friday.  After 5:00pm, you may park in any legal parking area on campus, however, you will need to have your car moved before 7:00am to keep from receiving a parking fine.

After hours (5:00pm) and weekends authorized areas to park are:  All student parking areas, visitor parking, and faculty/staff parking (unless barricaded for events, etc.)

Juniors, Seniors, Graduates may park in areas marked with YELLOW LINES in the following parking lots:

  • Parking lot N. of Mabee Learning Center (the far north half).
  • Parking lot W. of Hardeman Auditorium.
  • Parking spaces on W. side of Thelma Gaylord Forum next to Gaylord University Center.
  • Parking lot E. of Harvey Business Center.
  • Parking lot W. of Enterprise Square.
  • Parking lot N. of Prince Engineering Center & Herold Science Hall.
  • Parking lot S. of Williams-Branch Biblical Studies Center.

Student parking on campus hours are from 7:00am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday.  After 5:00pm, you may park in any legal parking area on campus, however, you will need to have your car moved before 7:00am to keep from receiving a parking fine.

After hours (5:00pm) and weekends authorized areas to park are:  All student parking areas, visitor parking, and faculty/staff parking (unless barricaded for events, etc.)

Can I Park In The Visitor or Reserved Parking If I Am Just Going to Be A Few Minutes?

No student parking is allowed in the Visitor parking until after 5:00pm or on weekends.  

No student parking is allowed at any time in ‘Reserved’ parking spaces for Hall Director (HD), Resident Director (RD), or Resident Assistant (RA).

Can I Park On The Grass During Games or Events?

No student parking or driving is allowed at any time on the grass. Effective November 1, 2015, parking/driving on the grass at Oklahoma Christian University ticket fine is $100.00.