Students and employees with temporary orthopedic or mobility related disabilities may apply for a special medical permit through the Babson Public Safety Department. A statement from their eprsonal physician indicating the nature and length of disability is required. Medical permits are valid for a 20 day period and are renewable for a total of 60 days (including the original 20 day period). Applications fo rmedical decals may be subject to review by the Director of Health Services, at which time the personal physician may be contacted. Individuals with orthopedic or mobility related disabilities that require more than 60 days of special parking privileges are advised to contact the Registry of Motor Vehicles and apply for a state disability placard or disability plate.
Drivers with medical permits are bound by all traffic regulations. Failure to do so may result in the towing of the vehicle at the owner's expense. Medical decals authorize parking in any handicapped space on campus, but do not authorize any form of illegal parking. Tampering with or altering a medical decal will result in the loss of specialized parking privileges and/or disciplinary action.
Disability placards and medical permits must be displayed at all times. Failure to do so may result in ticketing and towing at the owner's expense. Babson College considers unauthorized parking in handicapped areas as a serious and towable offense. Please honor handicapped parking areas.
Please complete and return the Medical Parking Application to the Babson Public Saftey Department.