Advisory on Parking Spaces in Silliman
Demand for parking spaces in Dumaguete City has been rising. The City’s resident population is rising and, in addition, because of good roads, commuters from other cities and towns in Negros are now regularly coming to Dumaguete for shopping, schooling, entertainment and dining.
Meanwhile, because of the increased enrollment in the University and more patients in the Silliman University Medical Center (SUMC), demand for parking among Silliman faculty, staff, students, alumni, patients, parents, and visitors in the University has been likewise rising. Those attending University events (seminars, conferences, lectures) have been also increasing.
As before, Silliman will continue to open its campus for parking by its faculty, staff, students, parents, alumni, SUMC patients, and visitors with transactions in the University, in order not to add to the demand for public parking in the City.
Where approved by its Board of Trustees, some more spaces may be made available for visitors and those attending lectures, seminars, conferences and cultural, athletic and church events in the University.
Parking in the campus shall be controlled using stickers and designating only specific places, times and days for free and paid parking and drop off points. Fees for some designated parking spaces are intended to discourage long-term parking.
Please refer to the updated guidelines and campus maps below for the designated parking areas.
Silliman continues to be committed to improve controlled parking inside the campus, primarily to meet its own needs.
This parking scheme will be implemented beginning this coming 2nd Semester School Year 2016-2017.
For inquiries, comments and suggestions, please call the Office of Information and Publications: 035-422 6002 local 231, 035-422 7194 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.