Parking limited at Loyola during student move in days

Students begin moving into the dorms today at Loyola University Chicago, and that means there will be parking restrictions in place at the Lake Shore Campus in Rogers Park.

Here is a message from the university:

Loyola Community,

During move-in on Wednesday, August 22 and Thursday, August 23, parking in the Lake Shore Campus Main Parking Structure will be restricted and available only to Loyola Orientation guests and students who are moving in (and their families). During this time, faculty and staff members can park in the Fordham Garage and the West Loyola Lot (located at 1236 W. Loyola Avenue). For exact locations, click here to view a campus map.

Because parking will be extremely limited on the Lake Shore Campus this week, we encourage you to take public transportation on August 22–23. If you do drive, please remember that parking facilities will fill up early during move-in.

As a parking alternative, the Morgan Garage (located across from the Granada Center) is open to the Loyola community as well, at a rate of $5 for up to 10 hours.

Also, due to some recent parking facility closings, during the academic year parking will only be available at the following locations: Main Parking Structure, Fordham Garage, and West Loyola Lot (permit holders only). Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis and is not guaranteed at any time. Please arrive early to allow adequate time for parking or use alternative transportation.

If you have any questions, please contact parking services at lscparkingservices@luc.edu or 773.508.7036.

Sincerely,

Enikö Rácz Business Manager, Campus Services

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