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Regulations

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Definitions

Faculty/Staff
A person who works at UNO with a faculty/staff appointment on a full time, part-time, temporary, or on-call basis, as long as this is the primary purpose on campus. After hours parking in commuter parking lots/structures is prohibited and subject to citation unless authorized.

Student
Anyone, other than a faculty/staff as defined above, who is registered at or attends the University on either a part-time or full-time basis during the school year. Both Residents and Commuter Students are defined as a student. After hours parking in commuter parking lots/structures is prohibited and subject to citation unless authorized.

Vendor/Contractor
A company or person providing goods or service to UNO. Vendor permits are not to be used by Faculty, Staff or Students.

Visitor
Visitors are persons other than students, faculty/staff, and vendor/contractors who occasionally visit UNO for scholarly work, pleasure, conferences or business.

Volunteer
Volunteers are unpaid workers that are supervised by a department within the University and provide a service to the University.

Parked Vehicle
Any vehicle without a driver present and/or unattended is considered a parked vehicle.

Reserved Parking
A stall, multiple stalls and/or lot reserved for specific persons, departments or vehicles. No other vehicle is allowed to be parked in these areas.

Non-reserved Parking
A stall and/or lot based on availability. Does not guarantee a permit holder a parking stall.

Valid Parking Permit
A valid parking permit is a hang tags issued only by UNO Parking Services.

Designated Parking Stall
A designated parking stall is a location that is designated for parking. This can be in a parking garage or in a parking lot. It is usually designated by a white-paint-on-tar rectangle. The automobile fits inside the space, either by parallel parking, perpendicular parking or angle parking.