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VISITOR INFORMATION

Campus Security Department

6001 Dodge St. Eppley Administration Building, Room 100, 554-2648
Staffed 24 hours daily
Business hours:
6:00 AM to 10:30 PM Monday-Friday
6:00 AM to 1:00 PM Saturday
ON-CAMPUS EMERGENCY: 4-2911

Visitors are welcome on the UNO campus. However, due to the parking requirements, it is necessary to have established parking regulations. The following rules apply to visitors and are being distributed with the hope they will assist you in making your visit a pleasant one.

The following highlights of the UNO Parking and Traffic Rules and Regulations are for your convenience.

  1. All vehicles parked on the UNO Campus are required to display a valid parking permit or temporary parking permit. Temporary permits may be issued for 1-2 days, free of charge. Circumstances which require longer term parking can be authorized by filling out an application at the Campus Security Office (EAB 100) and a permit for the necessary period of time will be issued for a small fee. TEMPORARY PERMIT FEE SCHEDULE
    1-2 days Free
    3-10 days $8.00
    11-31 days $20.00

    Temporary permits for 1-2 days may be obtained from the department/person you intend to visit, in advance, upon request.

  2. Parking meters are located south of the University Library, north of the Eppley Administration Building, and north of the Milo Bail Student Center. The fee for the meters is 50 cents for 60 minutes. Between 7 AM and 7 PM, all persons using meters are required to pay for their use. After 7 PM, only valid permits may park in metered areas.
  3. Access to the parking structure will be allowed by use of coin operated entry for a fee of $2.00 after 12:30 PM, Monday through Friday.
  4. Visitor defined: Those persons not officially employed directly or indirectly or registered for classes at UNO, on either a part-time or full-time basis.
  5. "Visitor" stamped on your Temporary permit means you can park in any faculty/staff or student parking lot, except:
    1. Handicap stalls, unless authorized.
    2. Reserved stalls
    3. No parking areas
    4. Tow-Away zones
    5. Loading/unloading zones
    6. Parking structure
  6. Attach the permit to your vehicle according to the directions on the permit.
  7. If you should receive a ticket: Visitors may return a maximum of two (2) Violation Notices and obtain waivers of penalties provided the Violation Notices are signed and returned to the Campus Security department within five (5) days of issuance. After the second Violation Notice, a visitor is subject to the penalties indicated. Violation Notices become delinquent if not paid after 14 calendar days following the date of issuance of the violation (excluding University holidays). Two (2) or more delinquen Violations place your vehicle on the Boot/Tow list.
  8. Appeals Procedure: If after the first two tickets you should continue receiving tickets, you have the right to appeal. Appeal forms may be obtained from the Campus Security Office (Eppley Administration Building, room 100).

The following are a few of the services offered by the UNO Campus Security department to all members of the University community, including visitors:

  1. Motor vehicle assistance:
    1. Jump start;
    2. Open locked vehicle;
    3. Change tire (when vehicle operator physically unable).
  2. First aid.
  3. Escorts.

Campus Security can be contacted by dialing 4-2648 from any on-campus phone and
554-2648 from a commercial phone.

For your protection:

  1. Lock your vehicle.
  2. Remove all valuables from sight. Preferably lock them in the trunk of your car.
  3. Report all losses to Campus Security.
  4. Report all suspicious activity to Campus Security.

UNO assumes no responsibility for any lost or stolen property nor does the University assume responsibility for the care or protection of any vehicle or its contents at any time it is occupied or parked on campus.

 

Campus Security is a part of Facilities Management and Planning.