11 Week Graduate Program New Student Orientation
For complete information about the Welcome Center, including contact information and hours of operation, visit the Welcome Center website.
Functions of the Welcome Center
- Escorting students and staff
- Information, Directions, Maps, and Campus Services
- Identification card issuance
- Dispatch of Public Safety Officers
- Parking Permits
- Lost and Found
- To obtain a parking permit, visit the Welcome Center or submit a request using the online request form.
- All vehicles must have a current parking permit clearly displayed on the outside of the lower left side of the rear window.
- Vehicles without a current parking permit are subject to citation or tow.
- Resident Student parking is restricted on specific streets from 7 AM to 7 PM, Monday through Friday (academic core).
- Parking regulations can be found on the CLU website under Campus Public Safety and must be complied with.
- Citations will be issued for violation of the CLU parking regulations and must be paid before any hold is removed from the student’s account. (A parking ticket hold will prevent you from being able to register for future classes or drop current classes. It will also prevent you from graduating.)
- Parking along a red curb, in or along a fire lane, stopping in or parking in a designated handicapped spaces without a permit, and parking in a restricted areas are the most common citations.
- Failure to pay fines or continued violation of the campus vehicle code will result in loss of parking privileges on campus.
- Visitors may park in an “G” lot without a visitor parking pass.
- Parking Map
Emergency Notification System
- Provides for text, email, voice (cell or landline phone) messaging in the event of a campus emergency
- All students are required to sign up
- It is only affective as the accuracy of the information provided by the student
- Emergency information is also available on the CLU website: www.callutheran.edu or by calling (866) 258-1810