When I was going to college (state University in KY), there were no designated motorcycle parking spots, and to my knowledge, there still aren't.
We parked bikes in standard parking spaces, sometimes doubling up, but mostly we each took one space. I know that students complained about all those "little bikes" taking up space reserved for "cars"... especially in Residential Lots, because I was on the student council for a year. Our campus security came to many of our meetings and politely reminded everyone that "motorcyclists pay $xx for parking, the same as you do for you car, therefore, they are entitled to park in a 'whole space', the same as any other vehicle."
Still, though, we tended to park our bikes in the rear of the lots, or way off to the sides... parking in the "premium, front" slots meant you were asking for vandalism or worse, hit by those "Muffy and Heather" types, driving daddy's high-dollar SUV/Sports-car, who felt "entitled" to the spot you were in.
My kids go there now, and as I understand, the old policy still stands... no MC parking on the sidewalks, or in bicycle designated areas (will get you ticketed or towed quickly)... you must park in a "designated, vehicle parking slot" according to your Zone.... and never, never, never in or near a handicap area unless you have handicap tags/permit.
Oh, and no doubling up on metered spaces... if they catch two bikes sharing a parking meter on campus, they will ticket both!
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