It is the mission of Touro University Nevada to provide reasonably convenient and safe parking to support the sustainability of the campus community and is an integral part of the strategic plan.
The following is a synopsis of the parking and traffic regulations enforced by Touro University Nevada Security officers. Complete policies are available in the column to the right. It is the responsibility of each faculty, staff, and student to review the policies. Lack of knowledge of University policies and/or regulations will not void citations.
All vehicles owned or operated by TUN employees, students, or third parties working at TUN and parking on campus must register their vehicle in the Rydin System, Touro University Nevada’s parking management system, in order to obtain a TUN parking permit or occupy a parking space on property owned, leased, or controlled by Touro University Nevada. All vehicles parking in designated “Faculty/Staff” or “Student” spaces must have a license plate/temporary permit and a vehicle identification number (VIN) correctly displayed per Touro University Nevada policy. CEO/Senior Provost, Provost, Dean Emeritus, and Dean parking is restricted to those individuals 24 hours each day 365 days per year. Expired permits are to be removed at the time of expiration.
All motorized vehicles must have a valid TUN parking permit associated with their license plate and it must be properly displayed in the lower, right of the front windshield (passenger’s side) in order to ensure TUN Security that the car is allowed to be parked on TUN property. The permit must be visible to a person outside the vehicle. Vehicles must be parked so that a valid license plate or temporary permit is clearly visible from the drive lane immediately adjacent to their parking space. Motorcycles, scooters, and mopeds must be registered in TUN’s parking management system, Rydin to utilize campus parking. Permits may be transferred between vehicles registered to the same owner provided the vehicle and license plate is registered for use with the permit.
An individual must have a permit affixed to the lower, right of the front windshield (passenger’s side) of their vehicle to be able to park in one of the designated spaces Monday – Thursday from 6:00 am-5:00 pm PST and on Friday from 6:00 am-3:00 pm PST. Parking permitted individuals parking their vehicle on property owned, leased, or controlled by Touro University Nevada after 5:01 pm Monday – Thursday or after 3:01 pm Friday through 5:59 am Monday are permitted to park in any open parking space other than Patient, Visitor, or accessible designated spaces parking space with state issued plated or placard.
Visitors and Patients
Visitor-marked spaces are for visitors only. Faculty, Staff, and students may not use a visitor space for any length of time. Visitor parking spaces are available on campus, are denoted with freestanding signs, and are marked accordingly. If a designated Visitor parking space is not available, there is on-street parking that may be available.
Patient parking spaces are marked accordingly and have a free-standing or posted sign for the Health Center and Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities.
Faculty, staff, and students are NOT permitted to park in patient or visitor designated parking for any length of time. Patient parking may only be used by students, faculty or staff if they are seeking treatment at the Health Center or have a child with an appointment at the Center for Autism, and may only park in a patient parking space for the duration of the appointment.
If you are a Visitor to campus or a Patient of the Touro Health Center and or the Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities and choose to park in a parking space that is not designated or marked as Visitor or Patient parking you may be issued a citation.
Accessible parking spaces are marked with the federal insignia for accessible parking. To park in an accessible space, a vehicle must have a state-issued handicap license plate, hang tag, or placard AND the appropriate Touro parking permit. Designated accessible visitor parking spaces are located near the university entrances and designated by a free-standing or posted accessible parking sign.
Other reserved areas
Fire lanes, drive lanes (individually marked or not), sidewalks and sidewalk access ramps. Each of these areas carries separate fines for violations and are patrolled all hours. Citations may be issued for driving or parking on a sidewalk or lawn or outside of a stall.
University Parking Enforcement
Campus permits are required for university parking 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Lost or stolen permits must be reported to Campus Security immediately. TUN Security must be notified within one week of issuance of a new license plate for any registered vehicle.
Drivers violating the campus speed limits or driving in a reckless manner will be cited and loss of campus parking privileges will be invoked after the fourth offense.