Lesley University is a paid parking university. Any vehicle parked on the Lesley University campus must have a parking pass, either in hang-tag or printed form, displayed on the front mirror or dashboard of the vehicle. Because parking at Lesley is limited, a violation and fine system has been developed to help maintain control of our parking lots.
A Letter to the Lesley Community Regarding Parking on Campus (.pdf)
Vehicles without a valid permit or parked in restricted areas or impeding traffic, including blocking, are subject to citation and immediate towing at the owners expense.
Lesley reserves the right to have an illegally parked vehicle towed from the property at the operator/owner's expense without warning. A third violation will result in an immediate tow.
All employee and student parking fines must be paid online. All fines must be paid within 21 days from the date of issue in order to
avoid a late fee. Late charges of $15 will be added to any overdue
The holder of a parking permit who fails to pay a parking fine is subject to towing/or non-renewal of his/her parking permit. Employees with unpaid parking violations will not be issued new semester permits. Students with unpaid parking violations will not receive their grades or be permitted to graduate.
Lesley University maintains a fair and objective appeals process. A parking citation may be appealed online within 72 hours of its issuance if the recipient believes it was issued in error or not consistent with University policy or regulations. The Assistant Director of Campus Safety and Services will review all appeals and render final decisions based upon evidence. Please note, appeals may only be filed online. Appeals may not be filed at the Public Safety Office, over the phone or via email.
If you have any further questions, please contact Campus Services at 617.349.8825.
Parking and Transportation
Directions to Campus
Citations and Appeals
Event and Guest Parking
MBTA Parking Reimbursement
Park and Ride
Asst. Dir. Campus Services
Captain of Public Safety