Parking on campus is limited and will be subject to traffic control by Public Safety at the time of your arrival. As such, each degree candidate who requests Commencement parking is eligible to receive two (2) parking permits. Candidates may either use the permit(s) or provide them to family or friends, but each candidate will only receive two (2) parking permits for use at Commencement. Guests are also encouraged to utilize the free VISTA bus and Roadrunner shuttle transportation from the Camarillo Metrolink Station.
Parking personnel will distribute Commencement parking permits and maps to candidates at the CI Grad Fest, March 4 and 5, 2015. After March 5, Commencement parking permits and maps will be available for pick-up at Public Safety located in Placer Hall, adjacent to the A-1 parking lot.
There are parking areas designated for candidates and guests with disabilities available on a first-come, first-served basis. Candidates and guests who possess a Disabled Person(s) Parking Placard must display the placard upon entrance to the campus in conjunction with the Commencement Parking Permit on the day of Commencement in order to be directed to the designated parking areas.
On the day of Commencement, only those vehicles with a University-issued Commencement Parking Permit will be allowed to park on campus. Student parking permits, student housing parking permits, day permits and other regularly issued University parking permits are not valid for Commencement.
On-campus parking for Commencement includes the University’s parking lots adjacent to the main campus facilities. Please place the Commencement Parking Permit on your dashboard prior to arriving on the campus so parking staff can quickly and efficiently direct you to appropriate parking areas. Limited on-campus shuttles will be available to transport the elderly or guests who require disability accommodations.
Limited off-campus parking is available at the Camarillo Metrolink Station and is located off of the Highway 101 and Lewis Road exit at the intersection of Ventura Boulevard and Lewis Road. The VISTA bus and Roadrunner shuttles will provide free trips to and from campus for guests who park at this location. Please arrive at the Metrolink Station early to ensure an on-time arrival to the ceremony.
Degree candidates requesting accommodations for Commencement (including accessible seating and stage route for degree candidates utilizing wheelchairs, walkers or crutches) must contact Disability Resource Programs via phone at (V/TTY) 805-437-3331 or email email@example.com no later than Friday, May 1, 2015.
Seating: A designated seating area for guests with disabilities will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. This area will be opened to the general public after the ceremony begins, therefore early arrival is recommended. Due to limited seating, guests with disabilities may be accompanied by a maximum of two (2) additional members in their party.
American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters: To ensure accessible viewing distance, guests utilizing ASL services are required to contact Disability Resource Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at (V/TTY) 805-437-3331 no later than Friday, May 1, 2015, for priority seating within the designated area.