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Student ID and Parking
The student ID card is your official college identification and should be carried at all times. This photo ID card is required for library and bookstore transactions, laboratory use, athletic facilities, testing, cultural and social events.
To obtain a student ID please present your current class schedule/invoice and a form of photo identification to a Public Safety Desk.
Forms of identification accepted:
- Valid state driver’s license
- Military photo identification
- Current foreign passport
- Recent secondary school photo identification
- County/state photo resident card
If the student is unable to present the required identification or if the information provided cannot be verified with supplemental information, the Public Safety Department has the right to refuse to issue a college identification card.
Renewing your Student ID
Students are required to obtain new photo identification cards upon registration for classes. Returning students need to update their photo identification card at the start of each semester.
Reporting a Lost or Stolen ID
Should you lose your student ID, promptly report it stolen to the Office of Public Safety. Although the first card is free, there is a $5.00 charge to replace any lost ID card.
Parking is free on the the Blackwood and Cherry Hill Campus. Students must park in white line spaces only. Vehicles improperly parked are subject to ticketing and towing.
Parking is free in the CTC Parking Garage for CCC students during their class meeting times. There is, however, a fee of $4 for CCC students to park at the Camden Technology Center parking garage when visiting the garage outside of their scheduled class meeting times.
Camden Parking Garage Hours
Monday – Friday: 7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.
The garage will be closed on:
- New Year’s Day
- Dr. Martin Luther King’s birthday
- Memorial Day
- July 4th
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
Camden Parking Pass Applications
Parking decals and permits are required at Camden County College. Decals are provided by the College at no additional cost to students. There is no limit to the number of vehicles that can be registered by one person.
Parking decals can be obtained at any public safety office. To obtain a student parking decal, a student must present the vehicle registration card and a valid Camden County College ID card (or other proof of current class registration) and fill out the appropriate form. Decals are color coded and expire annually.
Campus Traffic Regulations
While on any campus, students and visitors are expected to obey all posted speed limits and traffic regulations as established by the State of New Jersey.
Handicapped Accessible Parking
Ample handicapped spaces are available for any vehicle displaying proper tags or placards.
Camden County College maintains the right to demand that anyone parking in a handicapped space present, on request, a valid state-issued handicapped registration card issued to the individual using the space at the time. Anyone parking in any handicap space must abide by all applicable New Jersey Motor Vehicle regulations.
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