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Melinda Anderson, Director
Melinda Anderson, CAPP

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Traffic Notice:  Closure of Hagood Street at Spring, March 5 - 17

President's Day Holiday, Monday, February 20, 2017

The Office of Parking Management and University Transportation Services will operate all parking facilities and bus service as usual. All employees should park in their normal parking locations on February 20. Public parking locations serving patients and visitors will operate as usual.

The Office of Parking Management reminds employees that parking in a patient/visitor parking lot or garage is restricted to patients and visitors. Employees may use these facilities only when at MUSC as patients themselves or with pre-authorization by Parking Management. Any employee in violation of this policy is at risk of receiving a parking citation, and payment of hourly parking fees will be required upon exiting the parking lot.


Changes in Visitor Parking at Harborview Office Tower

Effective Monday, October 3, visitor parking at Harborview Office Towers will be significantly limited.  This limitation is the result of the start of construction of Phase I of the West Edge development.  MUSC has  agreed to work with the neighboring Holiday Inn to replace some of the hotel’s guest parking which it is losing temporarily to the project.   We will be sharing the parking apron around Harborview Tower with Holiday Inn guests.

 Parking Management is renovating the former Arby’s restaurant site as replacement for Harborview Tower visitor parking.  Due to permitting and weather delays,  it will not be ready until mid-to-late October.  During this period and until further notice, visitor parking for personal vehicles at Harborview Tower will not be available at times, and when it is available it will be for a maximum of 30 minutes.    

Employees attending training classes and attending meetings in Harborview Tower should use University Transportation between Main Campus and Harborview Tower.   For assistance with very special needs that cannot be met by the MUSC shuttle system, please call the Parking Management guest and special event parking co-ordinator, Angie Brown, 843-792-8245.  

 Thank you for your understanding and support.

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Occasional Parker Program

The purchase of day passes at the entrance to the President Street garage is causing entry delays for you and for the other users of the parking garage and is creating traffic backups on President Street during peak morning arrival times.   Day-pass services require an entry transaction and cannot be handled elsewhere.  You can help us speed up your and everyone’s entry if you will do the following:

  • Pay in cash.   Credit card is convenient, but the new CHP cards have added significantly to the time it takes to process a transaction.
  • Bring the right denomination, $5, so that change doesn’t have to be made.
  • Purchase day passes in advance.   Stop by the parking office one day on your way back to your vehicle, purchase up to five passes a month and have a few day passes on hand when you need them. 

A purchase with cash at the garage entrance will shave off three-fourths of the time it takes for a credit card transaction.   Transaction time at the garage entrance with a pre-purchased pass is reduced to a few seconds--just long enough to date stamp the day pass. 

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.






To help members of the MUSC community and MUSC customers obtain services and solutions for their MUSC-related parking and transit needs.


The Office of Parking Management’s vision is to effectively carry out its leadership role in the university’s on-going effort to create a parking system which meets the university’s myriad and complex needs.

Recognizing that this is a long-term process, the Office of Parking Management’s over-riding vision is to operate the parking system in such a way that all customers are served in a helpful , balanced, prompt, effective, efficient, respectful and courteous way.

This can be done by providing services as requested where reasonable and possible to do so; by providing alternate solutions; by providing education and information about the parking system which helps the customer meet his or her needs; and, always, by providing attentive, prompt, and courteous service to each customer.

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