Victoria Avenue East Campus
The Victoria Avenue East Campus parking lot consists of staff, student & visitor parking and is color-coded accordingly. Any staff or students wishing to park in the lot must purchase and properly display a parking permit from the Registrar’s Office.
Depending on availability, we offer both electrical and non-electrical stalls. Electrical stalls (for use of block heaters only) are temperature activated and will come on at -17°C and cycle on and off for 20 minutes.
Student Parking is available, for purchase, at the campus from July to June; which coincides with ACC’s academic year. Please refer to 2017-2018 Student Parking Fees for a list of pricing. Please note, effective July 1st, 2017, the Registrar’s Office will require your license plate #, year, make, model and color of your vehicle when purchasing your parking permit.
Evening Classes– no fee scramble parking will prevail in the parking lot after 5:00 pm.
Visitor Parking is available in the north lot of the campus for 1 hour only. Those visitors who will be at ACC for longer periods are asked to use the Visitor Parking in the south lot (Green Stalls 1 through 15) and must sign in and out at security.
Requesting Parking Permits for the Victoria Avenue East Campus is now available online! Simply enter your personal and vehicle information into the Parking Permit Request Form, and you will be notified when your permit is ready for pick-up!
North Hill Campus
Len Evans Centre for Trades & Technology
Student & Visitor Parking - limited parking is available for free in the scramble parking lot directly east of the building.
Staff Parking - is also available in the same scramble lot but the two rows at the south end are for staff only.
Manitoba Institute of Culinary Arts
Student Parking - is available for free in the scramble parking lot directly east of the building.
Staff & Visitor Parking - is available in the south lot. Staff must display proper parking permits.
The Parkland Campus parking lot consists of staff, student & visitor parking. Any staff or students wishing to park in the lot must purchase and properly display a parking permit from the Administration Office.
Visitor Parking - is available in the designated stalls of the lot.
Student Parking - is available, for purchase, at the campus from July to June; which coincides with ACC’s academic year. Please refer to 2017-2018 Parkland Student Parking Fees for a list of pricing.
Student Parking - The collegiate does not have any parking available for students. If students would like to get parking they need to contact the City of Brandon by phone at (204) 729-2229 or by email at email@example.com to get information on pricing and availability. Or they can contact the Town Centre at 204-571-8690 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out pricing and availability of parking at the Town Centre.
Staff Parking - Staff parking is available in one of three City of Brandon parking lots downtown or in available spaces at The Town Centre. Adult Collegiate staff follow the same bi-weekly deductions as Victoria Avenue East Campus staff.
Winnipeg Training Centre
There is limited free parking at the Winnipeg Training Centre.
All parking spaces are numbered but are not assigned unless marked as reserved or with a business name.
Both the East and West parking lots offer electrical and non-electrical stalls, as well as parking for disabled persons displaying a valid permit. Disability parking permits are available from the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities.
Please do not park in front of neighboring businesses or in spaces marked reserved or your car will be towed. Assiniboine Community College is not responsible for towed vehicles.
Student Parking - Students who have an access card for the student entrance should park on the West side of the building facing Border Street or directly in front of the college.
Visitor and Staff Parking - Visitor and Staff Parking is available on the East side of the building.
Russell Training Centre
For Russell, there is free parking available in the Major Pratt School parking lot outside of the building for staff and students.
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