Vehicles parked in violation of University parking regulations are subject to the following fines:
|Original Violation||Fine||If Unpaid after 5 Days|
|Improper Permit Display||$3.00||$6.00|
The Traffic Violation and Registration Program of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation will be used to suspend the registration of one or all vehicles owned when citations and penalties issued by the University to the vehicle owner remain unpaid.
Registration stops and academic record holds may be placed on student records.
Vehicles with unpaid citations are subject to being towed from campus at the owner/operator's expense.
You may pay a citation now at: https://www.uww.edu/apps/icit/aimsweb/
Payment of Fines
- Make payment on-line at: https://www.uww.edu/apps/icit/aimsweb/
- Bring citation and payment to Parking Services, located in the Visitor Center, 826 Starin Road.
- By mailing the citation (postage required) to the address on the front of the citation.
Include your name and citation number with payment. Make checks payable to: UW-Whitewater.
Not sure what is your total balance due for parking citations? Use the Citation Balance Due Form to find out!
Please note that the UW-Whitewater is not responsible for cash sent through the mail.
**CAUTION: UW-Whitewater has not entered into any agreement with any agent for the payment or collection of parking fines by credit card or other means over the web.
Parking Citation Appeal
The operator of a vehicle may file an appeal if they believe the citation has been issued unjustly. The appeal must be filed, in writing, with Parking Services within five weekdays of the date the citation was issued. The following circumstances ARE NOT considered to be a valid basis for appeal:
- Lack of legal parking space
- Lack of convenient parking space
- Time constraints; you were late
- Time constraints; it took longer than you anticipated
- Lack of funds to pay the fine
- Failure to observe clearly posted restrictions or regulations
Note: If your vehicle is unattended, it is parked.
A parking citation appeal should address only the issues related to the citation. The appeal process is not a forum for complaints.
Four-way flashers are for warning other motorists that your vehicle may be a hazard. Having your flashers on does not allow you to park illegally, for any time period.
Many yellow curb areas are for emergency vehicle access. Unattended vehicles left in these areas constitute significant risk for others, and will not be allowed.
Not sure what you currently owe in citations? Use the Citation Balance Due Form to find out!
The Parking Services office is located in the Visitor Center, 826 Starin Road. Regular office hours are Monday-Thursday 7:30 am to 6:00 pm (when school is in session) and 7:30 am to 4:30 pm Fridays and during breaks. Phone (262) 472-1011.