Fines For Vehicle Code Violations.
PARKING VIOLATIONS -- COLLEGE PLACE CAMPUS
|Parking on access ramp or in a space designated "Handicapped Parking"||$50|
|Blocking access to fire lanes, hydrants, loading zones, service areas, trash pickup sites, and other designated areas or obstructing traffic||$20|
|Parking in a "No Parking" zone or non-parking area||$10|
|Dorm residents parking outside of respective residence hall lot||$10|
|Village residents parking in a residence hall lot||$10|
|Occupying a parking space for longer than the posted time limit||$10|
PARKING VIOLATIONS -- PORTLAND CAMPUS
|Any parking violation if fine is paid upon receipt||$10|
|Any parking violation if fine must be applied to student's school bill||$20|
|ON-CAMPUS MOVING VIOLATIONS|
|These include but are not limited to speeding, failing to observe a stop sign, driving recklessly, and driving the wrong way on a one-way street.||$15|
|FAILURE TO DISPLAY PERMIT||$5|
FAILURE TO REGISTER VEHICLE
Any vehicle code violation fine not paid within two weeks of being issued is subject to an additional late-processing fee of $5, which is charged to the student's account along with the fee.
In addition, by failing to pay the fine within two weeks, the student forfeits any right to appeal the charge.
Peterson Memorial Library Charges and Fines
|The library uses fines to promote equitable access to materials. Fines accrue until the end of the quarter in which the library material is overdue, at which time fines are charged to the borrower's account. If a borrower realizes an item is lost before the end of the quarter and notifies the library, fines will be stopped as soon as the item is reported lost. Prompt reporting of a lost item may help avoid being charged the maximum fine.|
Unreturned/Damaged MaterialsThe borrower is financially responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged library materials. Regardless of whether payment has been made for an item, library items remain the property of the university. Materials cannot be purchased from the library except library sponsored book sales. Library materials are considered lost if not returned by the end of the quarter during which they were checked out. Replacement charges, processing fees, and fines are charged to the borrower's account at that time.
Lost or unreturned items
Interlibrary loans (ILL) offer access to materials not currently available within the Walla Walla University Library collections. Most ILLs may be acquired without additional charges to the student. In a situation where an item may only be acquired with a cost or copyright fees are required by law, the student will be notified and have the option to charge these costs to their student account.
There are additional fees for overdue ILL items as those resources should be returned promptly to continue a good relationship with the lending institution.
Interlibrary Loans Charges & Fees
Overdue Interlibrary loan items $1 per day in addition to any charges assessed by the lending institution Failure to pick up Interlibrary loan items $5 Lost or Damaged Interlibrary loan items Determined by the lending institution Interlibrary Loan Requests Determined by the lending institution
Other University Fines
|Falsely setting off a fire alarm||$500|
|Setting off an explosive device||$500|
|Damaging a room||Varies with damage|
|Failure to return dorm/mailbox key (Meske)||$50|
|Failure to return mailbox key||$30|
|Failure to return non-dorm key||$30|
Last update on April 21, 2015