Others are required to participate in the class depending on the infraction.
“A student may attend more than one parking class but may only have one fine waived for attendance,” according to BYU-I parking rules and regulations.
After the second citation, students no longer have the option of waiving tickets but will be required to pay fines and attend the class.
“I was required to take the class after getting three parking tickets,” said Brittany Steere, a junior studying health science.
“I was a little irritated because I was in a hurry and chose to park there. I was willing to pay the fines at the time but didn’t know I was going to have to take a class also,” Steere said.
The Parking Class is held every Wednesday at 7 p.m. in Hinckley 209.
According to BYU-I parking rules and regulations, the class “consists of peer instruction to teach the purpose of parking regulations and its relationship to student honor. Some citations may automatically result in a referral to student honor office.”
Students who have received a bicycle ticket may attend “bike school” for 45 minutes to avoid the fees.
Those registering for the class may contact Matt Johnson by email at email@example.com.
Unresolved fines will result in a financial hold being placed on the permit holder’s university account.