Written appeal forms are available at Public Safety Headquarters (Farrell Hall [formerly St. Clare House]) or at the North Ithan Gate (Main Entrance). Online and PDF versions of this form are available from our forms page.
The Associate Director coordinates special event staffing and can be reached at 610-519-6979. You may also use our online form.
Lt. Carlos Rodriguez is the departments crime prevention officer and coordinates such presentations. Presentations on a broad range of topics are available. He can be reached at 610-519-3528 (internal ext. 9-3528) or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Only approved key requestors may use our online order form. Students should check with their resident assistant, and staff members should contact their department heads for more information.
Your insurance company will request a copy from our department, you can contact your insurance company directly.
You should contact the department who controls the vehicle which you wish to use. You should familiarize yourself with our fleet safety program.
It is the policy of Villanova University that junior and senior resident students and all commuting students are eligible to park vehicles on University parking lots designated as student parking areas. This does not guarantee the ability to park directly in front of any Residence Hall. Freshman and Sophomore resident students are not permitted to park vehicles on University parking lots/areas. It is important that non-eligible resident students DO NOT bring their vehicles to campus or park in the residential areas surrounding Villanova since adjacent townships prohibit non-residential parking on many local streets. Students are encouraged to utilize the campus Shuttle Service and Student Escort Service in order to reduce traffic congestion and for safety concerns.Your insurance company will request a copy from our department, you can contact your insurance company directly.
Clifford Hall coordinates our lost and found program, he may be reached at 610-519-6985. To report a lost item, use our online form.
In accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and the Pennsylvania Uniform Crime Reporting Act, the University is furnishing this year's Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, which contains information about the University's security policies and procedures and crime statistics for the three most recent calendar years.
Web-based parking registration is available to all full time Faculty and Staff members, law students, Junior and Senior resident students, and all commuting students. To access this form you will need your Novasis ID and Password. Once the form is completed on line the parking permit price is automatically billed to your student account. It’s easy and hassle free.
To register for parking just go to: NOVASIS, click on secure login, and the link, “Personal Information.” If you are not sure of your Novasis Password click on “Don’t know your Novasis Pin?” This will allow you to acquire your Novasis password information. Permit pick-up is available at Farrell Hall - Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
During normal business hours students must bring their guest to the Parking Office which is located in Farrell Hall to register their vehicle. After normal business hours students with day or overnight visitors must log in at the North Ithan gate to receive a pass. Parking is only permitted in the Main lots. Kindly inform your guest to return the pass to the North Gate upon leaving.
If you bring a different or new vehicle to campus be sure to bring in your old permit to the Parking Office to get a replacement permit. Please note: Parking permits are not transferable from one vehicle to another.
During normal business hours stop by the Parking Office to get a temporary pass for the vehicle.
To pay a citation please visit the Bursar’s Office which is located in Kennedy Hall.