Farmingdale State College
2350 Broadhollow Road - Route 110
Farmingdale, NY 11735-1021
Parking and Traffic 631-420-2561
University Police Department
Beginning Saturday, 12/1/2018, new procedures will be in place for obtaining a temporary parking permit. The rules are different for students and employees, so please carefully read your section below. The University Police appreciate your cooperation.
Effective 12/1/2018, temporary parking permits will be available online only for students. Only currently enrolled students who have already purchased a parking permit for the academic year will have access to University Police traffic page to request a temporary parking permit for a specific day. The site will allow you to remotely print a temporary parking permit, and eliminate the need for students to visit University Police headquarters. Students may obtain six free temporary permits per academic year. If you exceed this allotment, you may purchase additional temporary permits for $2 each. Temporary parking permits for commuter students are valid for one day. Resident students will be permitted to obtain a temporary parking permit good for three days. You will need your RAM ID and OASIS pin to obtain a temporary permit.
Effective 12/1/2018, temporary parking permits will be available exclusively online for faculty. A link will be provided on the University Police webpage that will send you directly to the Parking and Traffic section of the site, where you can obtain a temporary parking permit for the day. These permits will be available, free of charge, as long as the original vehicle is registered in the T2 Parking management system. You will need your RAM ID and OASIS pin to obtain a temporary permit.
Please Contact University Police to obtain a temporary permit.
Farmingdale State College is committed to providing a safe, secure and pleasant environment for students, staff, and visitors. As one of the 28 state-operated campus of the State University of New York, Farmingdale State is protected by professionally-trained and armed University Police. A staff of 23 full-time employees is responsible for patrolling the 380-acre campus, enforcing campus rules and regulations, and aiding students and staff in a variety of emergencies. University Police Officers have the authority and the full arrest powers of any other professional law enforcement agent. Security in Orchard Hall, the main residence hall, is provided 24/7/365 by a Security Services Assistant present in the residence hall. Dewey Hall is monitored through an electronically-controlled card swipe, as well as surveillance by University Police. Students and staff may register for Rave Alert to have messages on emergencies sent to their cell phones. The campus has “blue light” emergency phones which connect directly to University Police. Students are advised of the University Police resources during student orientation. The college also operates programs to assist students when walking across campus at dark and, upon request, provides escorts from the parking lots to the residence halls. Title IX Notice From the Office of Equity and Diversity: Do you believe you have been a victim of sexual misconduct? Whether or not you reported the incident to the college, we’d like your opinion on how we can improve the effectiveness of our campus policies and procedures that address sexual misconduct. Please share your suggestions and/or feedback by making an appointment with Mr. Frank Rampello, Title IX Coordinator, 631-420-2622, Horton Hall, Room 210 or by sending your feedback via email at firstname.lastname@example.org