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- Registration information for Students
- Registration information for Faculty and Staff
- Reporting changes in Registration Information
- Temporary Parking Passes
The registration of a vehicle does not guarantee a parking space on campus. Please see Student Parking information for registration application deadlines for the current year.
Student Parking Fees
The student-parking fee is $180, annually. This fee is pro-rated to $90 per semester; and if applicable, a pro-rated refund may be given to students who cancel their registration prior to the end of the school year.
Commuting students will need to register for a parking permit to be able park on campus in any available student parking area. Please note: For the fall 2020 term, commuting students will not be subject to the parking registration fee.
Parking registration fees go to the Wheaton College general fund.
Students will receive registration information via e-mail prior to the end of the spring semester. Student parking spaces on campus are limited; and because student parking permit decals are issued on a first come, first served basis, returning students are encouraged to apply to register their vehicles (using the application form in insideWheaton) as early as possible.
To complete the Car Registration Application:
- Log in to insideWheaton using your wID and password
- On left, open ‘Window’
- Select ‘First Year Students’
- Go to ‘Student Financial Information’
- Click the Parking application link
Students who are not Massachusetts residents must submit a ‘Nonresident Student Vehicle Information Form‘ to the town of Norton. The form can be completed and downloaded from The Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles web site. An “out-of-state” decal will be issued, and it should be adhered to the center, upper portion of the front windshield. Failure to comply with this law could result in a fine to the student.
Faculty and Staff
Submit an application to register one or more vehicles online with no fee.
Changes in Registration Information
Permanent or temporary changes in vehicle registration information must be reported in a timely manner to the Public Safety Department. A new decal will be issued at no additional cost.
Temporary permits (for special parking accommodation or visitors, for example) may be issued on a space-available basis; but are intended for temporary use, only. Prior arrangements for temporary parking should be made with Public Safety.