Campus Life


Newberry is one of the safest cities in South Carolina and we have a very active security team, so you can feel comfortable parking, driving, and walking around campus.

Every vehicle on the Newberry Campus must be registered with the College and display a parking pass in the bottom corner of the passenger side windshield. Students must purchase a parking pass/decal during check-in or immediately upon obtaining a new or different vehicle. The cost for a student parking decal is $120.00 and $180.00. Staff and faculty may obtain the first two parking passes for free and each additional pass will be $5. All visitors to the College may park free of charge. 30 minute parking is available for our visitors at the Holland Hall circle. All other visitors may park in student parking areas marked with white lines provided they register their vehicle within Holland Hall at the reception desk. Any vehicle that is improperly parked or has an improperly displayed decal will be fined.

The college shall assume no responsibility for the care or protection of any vehicle or its contents while it is operated or parked on Newberry College property. Drivers are encouraged to be responsible for personal items by locking their vehicles. Theft or damage should be reported to the Newberry College Security Office and the Newberry City Police Department.

Student parking is limited to the WHITE ZONES AND DESIGNATED SPACES ONLY! Faculty and staff parking areas are marked as RED ZONES. Students are prohibited from parking in RED ZONES, with the exception of weekends, campus holidays, and weekdays between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. unless otherwise posted. THE MCCLURG AND KAUFMANN PARKING LOTS ARE FACULTY/STAFF ONLY 7 DAYS A WEEK, 24 HOURS A DAY, ALL OTHERS WILL BE TICKETED AND TOWED! Handicapped and reserved parking areas are enforced 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Registration for a Handicap Spot requires a state handicap license tag.

Students whose vehicles are brought on campus are held responsible for any citations issued to that vehicle regardless of who may have actually been operating the vehicle at the time of the citation. Students and faculty/staff members who drive a vehicle on campus that is not registered to them are responsible for any citations issued to that vehicle. All citations may be appealed within 30 days of the citation provided that they submit the appeal in writing and attach their citation to the appeal. All citations are to be paid in full by the end of each semester. Any student who has incurred more than 5 tickets is subject to a vehicle boot and associated fines. At that time, all citations and fines must be paid immediately and in full in order to have the boot removed.

Students, staff and faculty are required to know all parking rules and regulations as stated in the Newberry College Student Handbook.  Habitual or serious violations may result in the loss of campus parking privileges.

Contact Info

Student and Faculty/Staff Parking Permits
Paul Whitman, Director of Security
Oakland Mill Residence Hall Lobby
Phone: 803-321-5602
Fax: 1-800-507-2027

Hours of Operations:
Monday- Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.