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College employees and students may need to find alternate parking during this time.

Monday, March 25 through Friday, March 29th the Office of Admission in expecting increased visitor traffic to campus. In an effort to better accommodate prospective students and families, half of the N-lot will be reserved for our guests Monday-Thursday from 5:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. and the entire N-Lot will be reserved on Friday from 5:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m..

Faculty, staff and students who usually park in the N-Lot may be required to find alternate parking on campus.

We receive tremendously positive feedback from our guests about how welcome they feel while on campus. The willingness of our college employees and students to forgo their usual parking spaces for these guests makes a very favorable first impression and we thank our campus community for once again making this accommodation.

If you have questions related to this announcement, please contact Cara Nichols, Assistant Director of Admission, 274-3124.

N-Lot Partially Closed March 25-28; Entirely Closed March 29 | 1 Comments |
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N-Lot Partially Closed March 25-28; Entirely Closed March 29 Comment from efuller on 03/25/13
It would be helpful in articles such as this that refer to parking lots to include a
brief description of the location of the lot. I did look this one up and it appears
to be the Red student lot between the athletic fields across from the Peggy Ryan
Williams Center.