The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of Suffolk County Community College, originally scheduled for Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the Learning Resource Center (LRC), Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood, NY, has been changed in accordance with Chapter 417 of the Laws of 2021, amending NY Public Officers Law, Article 7 (the Open Meetings Law). Please click here for details.
For general information on the college's Vehicle Registration and Parking Permit system, See the Web Page listed below
Vehicle Registration and Parking Permit system
The system is normally available whenever the MySCCC portal is open. However, should the system be off line during that timeframe, a "System Temporarily Unavailable" message will be displayed. For additional information see:
System Error Messages
The parking permit system is a vendor hosted application. If a problem occurs with the registration process, the system will return an error message. Click on the link below for an explanation of these messages and information on how to proceed should you experience any of these.
Permit System Error Messages
Successful vehicle registration will include a permit type and ID number listed on your Vehicle Registration page. The permit type and number is listed on the right side of the registration page under Parking Permit.
Example of Successful Vehicle Registration
Permits will begin to be mailed to home addresses approximately 2 weeks before the start of classes. After the first mailing date, permits will be mailed a day or two following vehicle registration.
You can register more that one vehicle, however, you will only receive one sticker. That sticker can be moved from vehicle to vehicle as needed, dependent upon the car you are driving to campus.
There is a fee to have a lost permit replaced. To have a permit replaced, first pay the replacement fee at your campus's Cashier's Office. There you will be instructed on how to obtain a replacement.
Parking spaces are designated for use by members of the College community according to the following color coding:
      WHITE for students
      RED for faculty, staff and administrators
      BLUE for handicapped
See the College's Traffic and Parking Regulations Policies for additional information.
Parking lot locations are shown on your campus's map, which can be accessed from the College Maps and Direction Page.
Traffic and Parking Regulations
Maps and Directions Page
Tickets may be appealed online within seven (7) days through the MySCCC or Faculty/Staff Portals. Click on the "My Profile" link at the top of the portal page and select the "Vehicle Registration" tab. From the "Vehicle Registration" page, click on the "Appeal Citation" button.

Appeals will not be accepted after seven (7) days. The results of the appeal will be forwarded to your Suffolk County Community College e-mail address. No other notification concerning the appeal will be made. Fines for appeals that are denied are billed by the College.

For additional information see:
Traffic and Parking Regulations
Vehicle Registration Help Page