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Traffic and Parking Information

Parking Permits

  • Students are not required to have a parking permit, but must park in student parking at each campus location at all times.
  • Employee vehicles parked on any Walters State campus must properly display a valid WSCC hang tag/parking permit. Employee hang tags are permanent issue until separation or termination of employment.
  • Current academic term parking permits from sister or co-hort institutions will be honored on all campuses.
  • Temporary parking permits are available in the campus police office of each campus location for employees who forget their parking hang tag.
  • Visitors who wish to utilize designated visitor parking are required to display a parking permit: available in the campus police office.
  • WSCC disability parking permits are available from the office of Disability Services, located in Room U130 of the Wade B. McCamey Student Services Building located on the Morristown Campus.

Parking Areas

 

Morristown Campus

  • Students should not park in areas designated for staff, faculty, visitors, disabled, no parking zones, or 24 hour reserved spaces.
  • Any vehicle parked in areas designated for individuals with disabilities must display a valid state disability parking permit and a WSCC disability hang tag if student or employee.
  • State issued disability permits must be registered to the driver of the vehicle. Disability permits registered to a disabled family member may not be used for disability parking unless that family member is occupying the vehicle when parked.
  • The following parking areas are designated student parking on the Morristown campus: E, D, P, Q, R.
  • The following parking areas are designated faculty/staff/visitor parking on the Morristown Campus: A, B, C, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M,
  • After 5:30 p.m. on the Morristown campus the following faculty/staff/visitor parking areas are open to student parking: A, B, G, H, J, L, M.
  • The following parking areas on the Morristown campus are never open to student parking: C, F, I, K.
  • On the Morristown campus, all large vehicles requiring multiple parking spaces and/or vehicles with attached trailers or other extensions must park in student lot P at all times.
  • All disabled spaces on all campuses are open to all students with disabilities regardless of location in a student or faculty lot. Should all disability parking in a parking area be filled, students or employees may utilize a regular space in that lot. However, a valid state disability permit and WSCC disabled permit must be displayed.

Sevier County Campus

  • Students should not park in areas designated for staff, faculty, visitors, no parking zones, or 24 hour reserved spaces.
  • Any vehicle parked in areas designated for individuals with disabilities must display a valid state disability parking permit and a WSCC disability hang tag if a student or employee.
  • State issued disability permits must be registered to the driver of the vehicle. Disability permits registered to a disabled family member may not be used for disability parking unless that family member is occupying the vehicle when parked.
  • Faculty/staff/visitor parking is indicated by appropriate signage and includes the following lots: B, C, E, and H unless otherwise indicated. Student parking is designated with appropriate signage and includes the following lots: A, B, C, D, F, and G unless otherwise indicated.

Greeneville/Greene County Campus

  • Students should not park in areas designated for staff, faculty, visitors, disabled, no parking zones, or 24 hour reserved spaces.
  • Any vehicle parked in areas designated for individuals with disabilities must display a valid disability parking permit and WSCC disabled hang tag if a student or employee.
  • State issued disability permits must be registered to the driver of the vehicle. Disability permits registered to a disabled family member may not be used for disability parking unless that family member is occupying the vehicle when parked.
  • Faculty/staff/visitor parking is indicated by blue or labeled curbs.
  • Student parking is available in the following lots: College Street Parking Lot, Main Street Parking Lot, Spencer Street Parking Lot, Church Street Parking Lot, Tusculum Blvd. Parking Lot.

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Claiborne County Campus

  • Students should not park in areas designated for staff, faculty, visitors, disabled, no parking zones, or 24 hour reserved spaces.
  • Any vehicle parked in areas designated for individuals with disabilities must display a valid disability parking permit and WSCC disabled hang tag if a student or employee.
  • State issued disability permits must be registered to the driver of the vehicle. Disability permits registered to a disabled family member may not be used for disability parking unless that family member is occupying the vehicle when parked.
  • Faculty/staff/visitor parking is located in lots: A, B, C, and D.
  • Student parking is located in Lots B and D.
  • Parking area for student pick up is in lot A and B.

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Speed Limits, Enforcement

  • Speed limits on the Morristown campus are radar enforced.
  • Speed limits on all campus streets is 20 mph unless otherwise posted.
  • Speed limits in all campus parking lots is 10 mph.
  • All State of Tennessee Motor Vehicle Laws are applicable on all campuses 24 hours a day.
  • Campus police officers on all campuses are responsible for enforcement of state and local laws as well as college regulations.

Automobile Accidents

  • All automobile accidents on all campuses must be reported to the campus police department.
  • The campus police department on duty officer will make a written report.
  • Copies of the accident report may be obtained, at no charge, within two days of the accident unless otherwise indicated by the reporting officer.

Motor Vehicle Assistance

Campus police assistance is limited to the following:

  • Dead battery :: Booster pacs are available for loan in the campus police office at each campus.  Please present a valid identification and complete the required request form.  The identification will be held in the campus police office until the booster pac is returned.   
  • Keys locked in vehicles :: Tennessee state law prohibits the unlocking of vehicles by anyone other than a licensed locksmith.  Please ensure that you carry a spare key, or have one that you can retrieve for this purpose.  Otherwise you may contact a local lock smith agency at your own expense to assist you.  Campus police officers are not licensed to unlock vehicles.
  • Flat tires :: Due to liability reasons campus police officers cannot change flat tires.  You may contact a local garage or towing company at your own expense to assist you.  
  • Fuel :: Due to liability reasons campus police officers cannot transport individuals to get gas even if a gas can is available.  Please ensure that your vehicle is sufficiently fueled prior to coming to campus.

Citations

  • Student vehicles parked in faculty/staff/visitor parking areas, 24-hour reserved spaces, yellow curbs, disability parking (without proper permits), on all campuses will be cited.
  • Vehicles parked in faculty/staff/visitor lots designated as student parking after 5:30 p.m. but are utilized for student parking prior to 5:00 p.m. will be cited.
  • Multiple parking and traffic violations will result in a citation being issued defining each individual violation.
  • Multiple violations on one citation will result in multiple fines.
  • Any vehicle with two violations for not having a campus hang tag may, upon further violation, be removed from campus at the owner's expense.
  • Excessive violations may result in vehicle being towed at the owner's expense, suspension of driving privileges and/or other disciplinary action as imposed by the Vice President for Student Affairs.

Fines

  • The fine for parking and registration violations is $15.
  • The fine for parking in areas designated as "Disabled" is $200.
  • The fine for a moving vehicle violation is $15.
  • Fines should be paid promptly during the current semester to avoid penalties.
  • Fines may be paid in the Business or Cashier's Office of each campus between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday-Friday.

Appeal Process

  • The campus police department IS NOT RESPONSIBLE for the appeals process and is not authorized to void student citations.
  • If a student wishes to protest a citation, the protest MUST be made within the semester the citation was received. Appeals may be made in the office of Student Affairs located in Room 100 of the Jack E. Campbell College Center building located on the Morristown campus between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Students appealing citations at satellite campus sites (Claiborne County, Greeneville/Greene County, and Sevier County) will not be requir3ed to travel to the Morristown campus. Traffic court will be held at these campus sites via remote broadcast.

Visitors and Guests

  • It is the responsibility of each student to advise any visitors/guests they will have on campus of the parking rules and regulations.
  • It is the responsibility of each individual visiting the campus to abide by campus rules and regulations.
  • Visitors to our campuses should obtain a parking permit from the campus police office to avoid receiving a citation when utilizing designated visitor parking. Visitors may park in any student lot without a permit.
  • Visitors receiving a citation may return the citation to the campus police office the day it is received. The visitor will be asked to verify that they are visitor and no fine will be assessed.
  • Visitor citations will not be accepted from students.

For complete parking and traffic regulations, refer to the current Student Handbook.

Contact Campus Police

Claiborne County Campus| 423.851.4778

Greeneville/Greene County Campus | 423.798.7961

Morristown Campus | 423.585.6752

Sevier County Campus | 865.774.5813