Please review all resources regarding parking and traffic regulations on campus. Drivers are responsible for knowing and adhering to all campus requirements. Listed below are several links frequently utilized by current students and employees:
§ 1.01.00 The parking and traffic regulations are in place to provide a safe, efficient, and organized environment for drivers and pedestrians to share the road and parking resources throughout campus. Each registrant is responsible for knowing and adhering to these regulations and procedures. Failure to comply with these regulations is a serious concern and will be reviewed by the appropriate University official and may impact a person's eligibility to park or drive a vehicle on campus. Please contact the Department of Public Safety (DPS) if you have questions.
§ 1.02.00 The California Vehicle Code (CVC) Section 21113a empowers the Pepperdine University Regents to establish specific parking and traffic regulations on University property. The California Vehicle Code is enforced on all campus roadways as well as the policies contained in the Campus Parking & Traffic Regulations. Registrants are solely responsible for familiarizing themselves with all policies. Pepperdine University Parking and Traffic Regulations are adopted by the Board of Regents and are available for review in the Department of Public Safety.
§ 1.03.00 These regulations may be enforced by the Department of Public Safety, the California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, or other law enforcement agencies.
§ 1.04.00 All motorized vehicles on campus, including motorcycles, scooters, electric carts, and mopeds, must be properly registered with Pepperdine University and the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) as applicable. Compliance with the registration process includes: the proper display of a campus parking permit, possession of a valid driver's license, proof of auto insurance, and current DMV registration tags on the vehicle.
§ 1.05.00 Registrants are responsible for any applicable citation fines incurred on campus.
§ 1.06.00 Pepperdine University reserves the right to revoke an individual's campus parking and driving privileges.
§ 1.07.00 The University shall assume no liability or responsibility for theft, damage, or loss that may occur during the use of parking facilities or services. Individuals choosing to park at Pepperdine University do so at their own risk.