Campus faculty, staff, students, and authorized volunteers are able to use state vehicles to perform college business.
Facilities, Maintenance, and Operations maintains a fleet of vehicles for use for official college business that includes passengers vans and cars.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Who is able to use state owned vehicles?
- What is considered college business?
What do I need to do before I can drive a state owned vehicle?
The following must be completed prior to travel:
- OBTAIN AUTHORIZATION: To be eligible to drive a state owned vehicle, you must first enroll in the License Event Notification System (LENS) with University Police three weeks prior to travel (see form below). There is no cost associated with this program.
- GET TRAINED: Complete the campus approved van safety training program, if driving a passenger van. This training is provided by the Center for Student Involvement.
- What information is needed on the vehicle request form?
- Are there any fees associated with using a state owned vehicle?
- What if there is an accident while operating or using a state vehicle?
- How do I fuel a vehicle?
- Who do I contact if I left something in the vehicle?
- Are there limitations to how far I can travel?
- How do I reserve a vehicle?