1. Correspondence with the PARKING Office is via e-mail only.parking@highpoint.edu
  2. Appeals can only be submitted by the individual receiving the citation under Article II.: Mandatory Registration.
  3. HPU parking/traffic citations may only be appealed online by the student who received the citation, not by phone, email, or in person. HPU parking/traffic citations may only be appealed via an online process www.highpoint.edu/parking. The link to the appeal can be located within the citation emailed to the registered owner’s HPU email account.
  4. Appeals must be submitted within 7days of the receipt of an HPU parking/traffic citation. The appeal should include a detailed description of why the HPU parking/traffic citation should be considered improper or invalid.
  5. Appeals submitted beyond 7 days of the time and date of the HPU parking/traffic citation will not be accepted.
  6. Appeals by Parents of High Point University Students and other third parties are not accepted.

Parking Office will review the written appeal and may:
Grant the appeal and forgive the citation
Reduce the fine
Deny the appeal
Convey it as a warning

Board of Appeals

If the appeal is denied by the Parking Office, the appellant may appeal to the Board of Appeals within 7 days of notice of denial. Said board shall consist of one student, one security member, and one faculty member. The Board of Traffic Appeals shall meet as needed, at least once a semester. Requests to personally appear before the Board of Appeals will not be honored. After the hearing of the Board of Appeals, the student will be notified via the student’s HPU email account of the Board of Appeals decision. The decision of the Board is final.

The Board of Appeal may:
Reverse the decision of the Parking Office and forgive the citation
Reduce the fine
Deny the appeal
Convey it as a warning