In the campus plan agreement, a clause devoted to parking indicates that undergraduate students “shall be prohibited from bringing cars to campus or parking their cars on the street in Georgetown, Burleith, and Foxhall.” And that’s not all, violations will be a part of the Code of Conduct and there will be “very limited exceptions” to this rule.
This concession, intended to mitigate parking congestions in the Georgetown area, is directed at undergraduate students who presumably don’t often bring cars to campus. However, as undergraduate students are completely banned, even graduate students will end up privy to these regulations:
The University shall implement plans as well for mitigating the transportation and parking impacts from graduate students who travel to the Main Campus, with the goal of achieving significant improvements over current conditions.
Vox is curious about the effect this will have on students, whether you’re undergrad or graduate.