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Auxiliary Services create "cashless system." with development of online permit system

By Pamela Brault
On August 23, 2012

This year, students can buy parking passes online on the
Xavier Portal under the Student Services tab labeled "My Parking Information." Not only can students purchase
their permit, they can also pay their parking tickets, add multiple vehicles to their accounts and manage all parking related items. Auxiliary Services is teaming up with campus police to manage the parking system on campus. New
permits and ticketing will be managed mainly by Auxiliary Services and campus police will be assisting on weekends and in the evenings. "The new system will offer lots of flexibility," said Jon Beres, who is spearheading the program. "It is all about self-service and convenience."
After purchasing your permit online, you will be prompted to
print off a temporary pass until the sticker comes in the mail
which could take up to 10 business days. Stickers side corner of the windshield. The permits themselves are
also new and improved. Students can register up to three vehicles on one permit. This system should eliminate the need to get a temporary permit if students bring a different
car to campus for a period of time. Also, the permits are not
permanent stickers as in the past. They are transferrable from vehicle to vehicle and have been tested to work for up to 10,000 transfers. The new program will be student
managed. Auxiliary Services will be hiring students to the
position of Auxiliary Services Ambassador. The Ambassadors will be involved with the parking program as well as serving as a welcoming and friendly face to
visitors who are seeking information or directions. Parking tickets can be paid online. They can be billed to your
bursar account or paid with a credit card. "We are trying to create a cashless system," Beres said. If students receive a ticket for a parking violation of any kind, an email will be sent to them immediately notifying them of the violation
as well as a picture of your vehicle. Ambassadors will be using university owned smartphones to ticket vehicles, take pictures and send email notifications. Students will also serve on the new panel of appeals, which will review all appealed tickets. The panel also includes faculty and
staff to create a good representation of the Xavier community. All decision about appeals will go through the panel that will make the final decision on the ticket.

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