Temporary Medical Parking
Temporary Medical Parking Permits may be issued for various health concerns at the discretion of Parking Services. Request must be submitted to Parking Services using the form located at www.regent.edu/parking. Approved requests will receive a Temporary Parking Hangtag to be displayed on the rearview mirror of the vehicle during the time appointed. Parking hangtag and space display will not be identified as medical to protect the privacy of our faculty, staff, and students.
Please follow the guidelines below for submitting a request.
Vehicle owners requesting medical parking must meet the following criteria:
- Owner must be a faculty member, staff member, or student of Regent University;
- Vehicle must be registered with Regent University’s Parking Services;
- Owner must be either in their final month of pregnancy; or
- Owner must have a temporary medical condition with a reasonable need for assigned parking, verified by means of a doctor’s note.
Note: Vehicle owners with permanent medical conditions should contact their doctor for instructions on obtaining handicap hangtags from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
Allow up to 2 business days for a decision to be reached and a response to be given. Should the dates need to be extended for any reason, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Parking Services at 757.352.4103 as soon as possible to avoid any repercussions.
Should a violation be issued while a vehicle is parked in a designated temporary space after having received approval from Parking Services, a Violation Appeal Form may be submitted at www.regent.edu/parkingviolationappeal within 10 days of ticket issuance. Parking Services and Campus Police will review the Appeal Form and notify the vehicle owner of its response in a timely manner. All decisions are final.