All vehicles parked in University lots must be properly registered. Students intending to have a vehicle at school should read through the information below and follow the instructions for parking registration via NOVASIS. Eligible students who complete the form online will have the parking permit price automatically billed to their student account. The Parking Office no longer handles financial transactions in the office.
To access the Parking Registration form online you will need your Novasis ID and Password. After you have registered for classes, complete the online form and the parking permit price is automatically billed to your student account.
To register for parking click here: https://novasis.villanova.edu, click on secure login, enter your ID and PIN and hit the link - "Personal Information."
Permit pick-up is available at Farrell Hall - Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and on Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or simply send a self addressed stamped envelope to the Parking Office and we will mail your permit directly to you.
Villanova University - Parking Office
800 Lancaster Avenue - Farrell Hall
Villanova, PA 19085
If you are not sure of your Novasis ID or Password, contact the Registrar's Office at email@example.com or (610) 519-7002.
If you have any questions, contact the Parking Office at (610) 519-6990 or visit our website.
Campus Ministry offers a warm and trusting welcome to all, where students, faculty, and staff can always find a listening ear and an understanding heart. The staff strives to form a stable Campus Ministry team characterized by a shared vision and mutually defined roles and responsibilities. Individuals provide counsel and spiritual direction, live in student residences, worship in the community, teach, organize support groups, respond to emergencies, and serve on university committees. In doing so, Campus Ministry strives to reflect the model of St. Thomas of Villanova who devoted his life in service to the poor.
Please see the Campus Ministry website for more information.
The Distribution and Copy Center provides a variety of services to the Law School Community, including:
DACC distributes supplementary materials and other handouts and assignments for students throughout the year. A fee for these materials may be charged, depending on the nature of the material and the number of pages involved.
All mail for the Law School is handled through DACC. The U.S. Postal Service picks up mail from DACC Monday through Friday. All members of the VLS community may drop off mail for Postal Service pick-up. First-class postage stamps may be purchased at DACC. The Campus Mail Service also picks up and delivers mail at DACC.
DACC provides copy services for the entire VLS community. All copying must be in strict compliance with copyright and intellectual property laws and with University policies on copyright and intellectual property. DACC is staffed by a copier technician during normal business hours. All printers/copiers are maintained and serviced through Center staff.
Students may sign-up for a locker and obtain a lock from DACC. Forgotten lock combinations are also available.
Lost items may be turned in and claimed at DACC.
9am to 5pm Monday through Friday
DACC accepts the following forms of payment: Wildcard, check and cash.
By attending Villanova Law, students become a part of a University community committed to providing a wide range of offerings to its students. Villanova’s many resources and facilities are available to all law students during their years of academic study at the University.
For updated textbook information for the coming semester, please check the Villanova Bookstore website
(Under Books > Textbooks and Course Materials, choose your department as LAW, then select your course number and section)