Parking on campus. It’s a big hassle to some and big money for the university. But where does that money go, and what will the future hold in terms of available spots? Mustang News investigated.
After Fall commencement in 2015, parking lots G-1 and R-2 will close for the construction of the new Grand Avenue and Slack Street dorms, leaving freshmen with fewer parking options near their residence halls.
According to UPD associate director Cindy Campbell, other California State University campuses charge for weekend parking.
Driving into a parking lot only to find no open spaces can be frustrating for any driver.
According to University Police Department (UPD) Associate Director Cindy Campbell, freshmen don’t have to worry about that on campus this year.
Victoria Billings firstname.lastname@example.org Agricultural science senior Elida Moore is five minutes late to class as she drives onto campus. Moore isn’t worried though. She’ll simply park in the Grand Avenue parking structure by the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC)…