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Restricted Parking for Medical Reasons

Freshman and sophomore students seeking access to a personal vehicle and restricted parking for medical reasons must ask for an exception to university policy.  Requests will be considered based on medical necessity and on the frequency of required appointments.  Students should explore local treatment options and the availability of local transit before submitting their request. 

All requests for exceptions must be reviewed and recommended to Disability Services by the Medical Review Committee (MRC). Petition approval is not automatic and is given only when a student's medical appointments cannot be accommodated by the William & Mary (or greater Williamsburg) Transit Service.

The request for restricted parking for medical reasons is a two part petition process. Form A must be completed by the student seeking access to his/her personal vehicle. Form B must be completed by an appropriate medical professional who will be working with the student and who is not also a member of the student's immediate family.

The Medical Review Committee, in consultation with Disability Services, reserves the right to review all documentation and recommendations from outside experts to determine eligibility and to deny any request which seems insubstantially supported, excessive, or unnecessary. Please submit the petition and all supporting medical documents at least two weeks before the vehicle will be needed. Vehicles parked on campus prior to receiving permission through this procedure will be ticketed appropriately.

Form A, Student Request for Medical Reasons (PDF)

Form B, Professional Request for Medical Reasons (PDF)