Bldg. 1 Room 102, 585.292.2700 fax 585.292.3873
Department Hours: M, T, R, F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
COMMUTER PARKING REGISTRATION - Your parking registration is available once you have registered for your classes. Your license Plate number will serve as your "virtual permit" with the college. Commuter parking on the Brighton Campus is a paper-less permit system.
To apply for commuter parking at the Brighton Campus you need to apply on-line. All vehicles parked on the Brighton campus as a commuter student for the semester must have registered their vehicle(s) by the enforcement date listed on the entrance to student lots.
ON-LINE STUDENTS - Parking on the Brighton Campus is available at meters located on Arts Lane and in Lot E $.50/hour 2 hour maximum or; Pay-By-Plate Stations - are available at the entrance to Building 4, Building 10, and the sidewalk between Buildings 9 and 9A. Cost for parking is $5 per day. Payment is by credit/debit card or cash. A valid license plate must be entered for proper parking registration. If using cash must have exact amount. Machine does not provide change or refunds.
RESIDENCE HALL STUDENTS - You must go to the Campus Center Service Desk to purchase your resident permit in person each semester. Please beware that permit enforcement dates are different for residence and commuters....know your date!
Apply for your GreenSaver RideShare Permit here. Team Members must be present to apply (license and vehicle registration and class scheduled are required for all participants!).
For parking inquiries in person, you may need to bring the following items: Driver License, Student ID, and Vehicle Registration.
Personal property: Security for personal property, including vehicles, is the owner's responsibility. Personal belongings should be removed from sight in the vehicle or removed altogether. MCC is not liable for personal property that is lost, stolen or damaged. The College's insurance does not cover these types of losses. Students are encouraged to carry insurance through their own or their parents' homeowner/tenant and automobile insurance policies. Please report all crimes to the Department of Public Safety for investigation.