Middlebury

 

ADA placards and Medical Permits

State Issued Accessible Parking Placard or Plate

Middlebury College recognizes any state issued accessible placard or license plate. Students, faculty and staff with an accessible placard or license plate must obtain a College parking permit in order to park in any spaces on campus.  Vehicles displaying a valid placard or plate and a College parking permit may park in the accessible spaces or in any other parking space on campus.

Students must renew the College parking permit annually.  For assistance in renewing the student permit, contact the Department of Public Safety.

Vermont Accessible Parking Placard or Plate

 

Medical Permits & Accessibility Parking Accommodations

Students with special parking needs, due to a temporary mobility or medical issue, may contact Parton Health and Counseling Center for a medical parking permit. The staff at Parton will complete an on-line form requesting the medical permit from Department of Public Safety (DPS).  The on-line form will notify the student by email of the request and will give the student instructions on how to obtain the medical permit from DPS.   

For those Students needing ADA accessibility parking, contact the ADA Office.  Upon approval, the ADA office will submit an on-line form to DPS.  The on-line form will notify the student by email of the request and will give the student instructions on how to obtain the special permit from DPS.   

Faculty or staff with special parking needs, due to temporary mobility or medical issues, should contact Human Resources.  Human Resources will complete an on-line form requesting the ADA permit from DPS if necessary.  The on-line form will notify the individual by email of the request and will give the individual instructions on how to obtain the ADA permit from DPS.

 

Link to Form

This form is for use by Parton Health and Counseling Center, the ADA Office and Human Resources.

Medical and ADA permit form