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Parking issues frustrate students

The closest parking lot for residents only. Photo credit: Fallon Bock
The closest parking lot for residents only. Photo credit: Fallon Bock

It’s not even two weeks into the semester and many SMU students are already frustrated with the parking situation.

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The closest parking lot for residents only. Photo credit: Fallon Bock

Park n’ Pony, the school’s parking administrator, gives students detailed parking maps at the start of each year. For students who want to make it to class on time, leave early.

According to the parking map, the student lots are small and depending on what building you are walking too, can be far away. Giving yourself enough time to find a parking spot and walk to class is key to starting your day off right.

For more information on how you can avoid the stress of finding a parking spot, refer to Park n’ Pony.

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