Lyndonville is at Exit 23 on Interstate 91. After exiting the ramp, enter U.S. Rt. 5 north and take an immediate left at the stoplight (Back Center Road). Follow for 1.5 miles to the stop sign. Continue straight for 100 yards, turn left at Lyndon Institute onto College Road. Continue one mile up the hill to the College.
We are located 2.5 hours northwest of Manchester (N.H.) Airport, and 1.5 hours east of Burlington (Vt.) International Airport. Car rentals are suggested when traveling from either airport.
These regulations have been established to protect the safety of faculty, staff, students and visitors, and to control motor vehicle traffic and parking on campus so that college business may be conducted in an orderly manner. Parking or driving a motor vehicle on the LSC campus is a privilege and the owner and/or operator is responsible for seeing that his/her vehicle is neither operated nor parked in violation of these regulations or any regulations/laws of the state.
All parking and traffic violations are enforced by the Lyndon State College Public Safety Department. The following is a list of some of the violations.
No parking permit $10.00
Driving on grassy area $10.00
Parking in prohibited area $15.00
Parking in roadway $15.00
Parking in handicapped space $75.00
Blocking security gates $25.00
Blocking building access $25.00
Parking in fire lanes $25.00
Interior campus (the portion of the campus inside of the security gates) $50.00—Public Safety personnel are authorized to issue tickets to any vehicle that inhibits the safe and regular flow of vehicles or pedestrians on campus.
Reckless driving—May result in a hearing and the hearing officer will determine any penalty.
If a fine is not paid or an appeal not filed within seven working days from the date of the violation, the registrant will be liable for the fine. Parking tickets/fines must be paid at the Business Office.
The college reserves the right to remove or impound any vehicle found on campus that is parked in a driveway, fire lane, and interior campus, blocking a loading dock or trash dumpster, or parked in such a way as to constitute a hazard to vehicular and pedestrian traffic or to the movement or operation of emergency equipment. The owner will be responsible for the costs involved in removing or impounding and storing the vehicle. The recovery fee for all towed vehicles is set by the company performing the service. The towing company will normally also charge a storage fee for each day the vehicle is held by the tow service.
No liability is created by granting of parking or vehicle operating privileges on property owned, leased or otherwise controlled by the college. The college assumes no responsibility for the care or protection of vehicle or contents while operated on college property. Officers of the Department of Public Safety do patrol college parking facilities.