Parking & Transportation :: Sault College

By: Sault College  09-12-2011
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Student Parking

Will you be driving to Sault College to take classes? To park on campus, you’ll need a current parking pass that you can buy from the Accounting office on main campus.

Parking on campus costs $70 per semester or $150 for the year. There are two student parking lots you can choose from – A North – which is across the street from the main campus, or J South – which is around the back of – you guessed it – the J-wing. You can choose which one you’d prefer, depending on which area of the College you’ll be studying in.

A North Lot & J South Lot Parking Pass Validation Dates

Annual Pass - September 1 to August 31                                                                

Semester 1  -  September 1 to December 31                                                         

Semester 2 - January 1  to April 30                                                                         

Semester 3 - May 1 to August 31

If you plan to use more than one vehicle to drive and leave in the lot while you’re in class, you will need to put the one parking pass you buy in whichever car you’re using for the day. You’ll also want that other vehicle registered on your parking form in the Accounting office when you buy your parking pass. Be sure to lock your car so that your parking pass and other belongings are safe, and are there when you get back to your car. The Accounting Office is located in M Wing (near the front reception desk).

For all changes, updates, or inquiries, please see Dana Halliday in the Physical Resources Department in Room B1140, or call 705-759-2554, ext 2500.

If you’re only driving to the main campus once in a while, and can car pool, bike or walk on other days, good for you for being eco-conscious. You can pay $3 per day to park in the J-south gated coin lot on days you’re here and decide to take your own set of wheels. On those other days, pat yourself on the back for helping to save the environment!

Visitor Parking

If you’re here to visit for a campus tour to learn more about coming to school at the College or to help out on campus in some way, you can park in metered visitor parking for up to two hours. The lots are located just to the west of the beautiful, new main entrance in the A-Visitor lot, or at the Gallery entrance at the corner of Willow and Northern Avenue. Both visitor parking lots can be accessed by Northern #1 entrance.

If you’ll be here for more than 2 hours, you can use the gated coin lot on the eastern part of the campus, just past the Residence building. This lot can be accessed by using the Northern #4 entrance, and following the roadway around until you come upon the lot on your left. It costs $3 to enter this lot and there is no expiry time that day. Visitors, staff and students may park in this area.

To park your bike, find any bike rack or tree on campus, and use it. Be sure to lock up your bike so you can continue to use it for years to come.

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011

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