Parking - Garrett College

Garrett College McHenry campus offices are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

As of Monday, August 23rd, all individuals must wear a masks indoors regardless of vaccination status. Individuals are also required to complete the daily health self-assessment before coming to campus.

Note: the Daily Health Self-Assessment form is located here.

Employees and students are not required to be vaccinated at this time but are strongly encouraged to do so.

Garrett College is preparing for a comprehensive return to campus for the fall semester beginning September 8th, 2021, with the majority of academic classes being offered in-person.

The most up-to-date information on Garrett College's response to COVID-19, can be found online at novel coronavirus/COVID-19 resource page.

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Parking & Traffic Enforcement

Garrett College provides open parking for the campus by permit; however, visitors are not required to have a visitor pass to park in campus lots.

Visitors with physical disabilities have access to the designated spaces in the College's parking lots. Reserved parking spaces are identified using the familiar "handicap parking only" international symbol. For students with documentation from a physician, special temporary parking permits are available. Students with permanent disabilities should apply to the Motor Vehicle Administration in the State of Maryland for a permanent sticker.

Overnight parking is not permitted except in the residence hall lots, for College- sanctioned trips, or when prior permission is received. Any vehicle that is parked overnight in a campus lot will be fined. Should a circumstance arise where the owner of a vehicle must park overnight, please contact Security to inform them. If permission is granted to park overnight, the College requests that Lot C be used, specifically in winter to allow for plowing of the main lots.

For more information, please contact Campus Security by email at security@garrettcollege.edu or by phone at (240) 321-5799.

For detailed information about policy, procedures, prevention education, and resources, click on the (Important Documents/Links box).

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