Please be advised that you MUST be a registered and paid NCC student prior to ordering
a vehicle registration permit. In addition, please have the following information
ready in order to continue onto the application screen:
- Your name and address
- Plate number of vehicle being registered
- Name of the registered owner of the vehicle
- N # (Banner ID) is required (This is to verify student enrollment and payment at
- Credit or debit card number and expiration date (if this is how you are paying)
- Email address (if you do not have an e-mail address, please click here)
Please understand that the application process will not be complete until your payment
information and registration have been authenticated.
Sign into MyNCC | click on Financial | click on Vehicle Registration Permit.
Terms and Conditions for NCC Student Parking Permits
Who can purchase a Student Parking Permit?
Students who are registered and fully paid, on the payment plan or completed financial
aid processing and have sufficient aid for the semester are eligible to purchase a
Student Parking Permit.
All parking on campus is by permit only.
Student Parking Permits entitle the bearer to park in parking stalls designated for
Students. It does not entitle the bearer to park in spaces designated for Faculty,
Staff, or Handicapped. The bearer of a Student Parking Permit, who is also the bearer
of a valid Handicapped Parking Permit issued to them may park in a Handicapped Parking
Spot. All permits must be fully displayed. Violations of these conditions may subject
the bearer to enforcement activities.
If a Student drops all classes is he or she entitled to a refund?
Permit sales are non-refundable. However, if a class is cancelled by the college or the student has extenuating circumstances,
the matter will be considered by Public Safety on a case-by case basis. If approved,
the student must surrender the parking permit to Public Safety before a refund can
Are permits transferable?
Student Parking Permits are transferable, should you need to use a different car.
Any changes that are necessary can be made at the Public Safety Office.
Permits, in general.
Each parking permit is associated with one car. Students may register more than one
car. Should a student have a problem with the car that they registered, they can stop
at the Public Safety Office for assistance in resolving permit problems. Please feel
free to email the Public Safety deparment with any issues for a faster response at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Any guests in need of a daily parking pass may come to the main office at any time
to obtain a daily parking pass.
Campus maps refer to parking lots being intended for use by students and visitors.
If you’re a student, you’re not a visitor; you’re a student. All students who drive
to campus and park on campus must have a Student Parking Permit, or they may be subject
to enforcement activities. You’re a student if you’re taking a class here, even if
you go to another school.
Enforcement activities on campus are answerable at the Nassau County Traffic and Parking
Violations Agency. TPVA is located at 801 Axinn Ave. Garden City NY, 11530. Their General Information phone number is 516.572.2700.
Vehicle Registration Program Information
- How much does the program cost?
The cost is $30.00 in the Spring and the Fall semesters. In the Fall ONLY an annual
permit is available for $55 which is good for the academic year (Fall, Winterim, Spring
and Summer). Registration is $10 for the Winterim and $20 for the Summer term. Students
are strongly encouraged to register their vehicle online and pay by credit card so
that waiting in long lines to make payment by cash or check can be avoided. Please
note that there is "no extra charge" for credit card payments.
- Does this guarantee a parking spot?
All vehicles must be registered to be legally permitted to park on campus. However,
registration does not guarantee a parking space in any particular parking area. In
time the program should prevent non-registered vehicles from parking on campus, thereby
making more space available for registered vehicles. There is currently ample parking
available on campus for all students, although some spaces may not be conveniently
Students are not permitted to park in spots reserved for Faculty, Staff, or Handicapped.
- Is it necessary to register?
Unregistered vehicles will be subject to summonses and towing. The summons will come
from Nassau County, not the College.
- What will the money collected be used for?
The fees will be used to repair Nassau Community College's parking lots and enhance
security on campus.
- Why do I have to register more than one vehicle if I intend to bring more than one
vehicle on campus?
If you cannot decide to bring only one vehicle on campus you must register every vehicle
that you intend to bring each semester. If you have a problem with your registered
vehicle, we will accommodate you with temporary permits on a very limited basis. However,
remember that three registration fees for one semester are cheaper than one $90.00
summons. Which also has Administration fees and mandatory surcharges added on.
- Do faculty or staff members need to comply with the Vehicle Registration Program?
Faculty and staff have already registered their vehicles when they picked up their
- I registered online but I never received my temporary parking permit. What do I do?
Temporary Permits can be obtained by stopping in at the Public Safety Office on the
south side of campus.
- I tried to register but I was notified that my records were not found. What do I do?
When an order is placed your permit order is referenced to the student records. If
you have not registered and paid, your order will not be processed.
- I tried to register, but I was unable to complete my order because I was told that
I had an invalid address.
Not only do the student records get referenced to ensure that we are only accepting
the registration of valid students, but also postal records are referenced to ensure
that you will receive your permit once it is mailed. Your address must be entered
- If I have a problem with the vehicle registration system whom should I call?
You should refer all questions regarding the registration process to 516.572.0653,
or email PublicSafety@ncc.edu.
- If I am a visitor to the campus, will I have to pay for parking or register my car?
Visitors may obtain a visitor’s parking permit at the Public Safety Office.
- I am a Senior Observer. Will I have to register my vehicle?
Senior Observers should be able to register their vehicles online, and if necessary
they can pay at the Bursar’s Office in the Student Services Center. Questions can
be directed to the Second Floor of the Tower or 516.572.7200.
- I am taking classes in the Lifelong Learning Program. Do I need to register my car?
Yes, all vehicles on campus must be registered. Life Long Learning is handled through
a different process. Questions regarding the registration of a vehicle must be directed
to Office of Lifelong Learning at 516.572.7472. The Office of Lifelong Learning is
located at 355 East Road.
- I have registered my vehicle. Can I pay the fees at the College?
Yes, as indicated on the registration Web site, you can pay the registration fee at
the Bursar's Office located on the Lower Level of the Administrative Tower.
- Do motorcycles have to be registered?
Yes, all motor vehicles that will be parked on campus must be registered.
- What if I get a car in the middle of the semester, will I have to pay for the entire
Yes, there is no mechanism for pro-rating the fee. You may purchase either a semester
or annual permit.
- What if I change cars? Can I transfer my registration?
Yes. Any changes can be made at the Public Safety Office.
- I registered my car, but decided to take the bus. Can I get my money back?
There are certain exceptions pertaining to very limited circumstances. Check with