Parking Lot Rules
If you are parking for High Holidays, Shabbat, or have been given a day pass from the front office, no permit is required. The entrance to our lot can be found on College Ave, west of our building.
We sell parking each semester to students and faculty at OU. Here are the terms of the parking permit:
You will be issued a permit that should be displayed by hanging it from your rearview mirror. If on any occasion you drive a
different car, you are responsible for transferring your permit to the temporary vehicle.
YOUR PERMIT IS VALID ONLY DURING THE SEMESTER IN WHICH IT WAS PURCHASED and during the
vacation time directly following that semester. New permits are sold at the beginning of each semester and you must
purchase a new permit for each semester you plan to park at the Hillel Foundation parking lot.
This permit authorizes parking Monday through Friday, no weekend parking.
YOUR PARKING PERMIT DOES NOT AUTHORIZE PARKING ON FOOTBALL GAME DAYS. Parking will be
available for an additional cost during game days on a first-come-first-served basis.
IN THE EVENT THE PARKING LOT MUST BE CLOSED ON ANY GIVEN DAY, notices will be posted (on
windshields or via email) prior to that date. It is your responsibility to pay close attention to such notices and for moving your car prior to the announced date; otherwise, you risk having your car towed at your expense.
PARKING IS ONLY PERMITTED IN ANY OF THE LINED SPACES. Parking in the middle of the lot, or in the space
between the light pole and the back door, WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. Those parked illegally will be towed at owner’s
expense, regardless of a valid parking permit.
If OU transitions to fully online/virtual classes, Hillel will follow the OU's parking refund policy, which will include, at the permit holder's discretion the following options:
(1) refunding a prorated amount to the permit holder;
(2) carrying over the prorated amounted towards the permit holder’s Spring Semester parking permit; or
(3) the prorated amount may be considered a tax-deductible donation to Hillel.
The Hillel Foundation staff reserves the right to revoke a parking permit at any time, due to inappropriate behavior, misuse of the permit, misuse of the Hillel Foundation property, or disrespect of the Hillel Foundation staff. NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN FOR REVOKED PERMITS.
The Hillel Foundation is not responsible for any damage or theft to any automobile parked in the Hillel Foundation parking
lot at any time. PARK AT YOUR OWN RISK. Please, always lock your car and remove valuables.
You must provide all of the information requested below at the time you purchase your permit. This is necessary to protect your vehicle as well as be able to contact you when required. If you have any
questions, please contact the Executive Director at 405-321-3703. The Hillel Foundation towing company is Quality Towing
(405-360-1869), located at 4204 Classen Circle.