Fairfield Launches Online Vehicle Registration System

Fairfield Launches Online Vehicle Registration System

Fairfield University’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) is excited to announce the launch of the new online registration system for vehicles on campus.

The new online system is available in my.fairfield under the parking tab or by visiting fairfield.nsolutions.com. Since this is a new system, applicants will be required to scan their vehicle registration and StagCard into the form. Once submitted, applicants will receive an approval email that will provide the link for payment.

All student, faculty, and staff vehicles must be registered with the Parking Office located on the ground floor of Loyola Hall. Vehicles that receive five violations for being unregistered will be immobilized.

Full-time students will have their parking decals mailed to their campus mailbox, while faculty and staff decals will be mailed to offices. There is always the option to pick up your approved decal with your StagCard at the Parking Office located on the ground floor of Loyola. 

First-year and sophomore resident students are not authorized to have automobiles on campus (including weekends). Students who violate this policy will lose their privilege to register cars as juniors. Through an agreement with the town of Fairfield, student vehicles are not permitted to park their vehicles on streets surrounding the University. 

Information regarding parking fees and the parking map is available on fairfield.edu/parking.

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Last modified: 09-11-20 9:36 AM

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