J109.1 Bicycles may not be kept anywhere inside academic or administrative buildings. If all the residents of a living unit concur, bicycles may be stored in students’ rooms and suites. Storage may occur only within the confines of the prescribed areas. Bikes should never be left in halls, corridors or stairwells or on landings or handicapped ramps.
J109.2 Bicycles improperly placed in campus residences, or other campus facilities or handicapped ramps will be confiscated by the university. Wall mountings to store bicycles are not permitted, and damages caused by the storage or transportation of a bicycle are the responsibility of the bicycle's owner.
J109.3 Motorcycles, mopeds and other motorized vehicles are not allowed in stairwells or corridors of residential or other facilities. Towing charges may be assessed for removal.
J109.4 When possible, lock bicycles to bike racks; do not secure them to trees, railings, lampposts, fences or handicapped ramps. Bicycles are not to be stored in campus bike racks or otherwise left on campus or within university facilities by persons not currently enrolled for classes. This includes the summer months. Such bikes are considered abandoned property and are subject to confiscation, storage and subsequent sale as state property.