Maricopa Emergency Management System Alert

Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information - CAMPUS CLOSED: Summer 2020 in-person and hybrid courses have been moved online. Online/distance classes are continuing as scheduled. Students should log in to Canvas to access their courses. Students are encouraged to contact their instructors for additional information.
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Driver Responsibilities


EMCC Driver Responsibilities

  • Campus vehicles are for official Campus/District business only
  • Only the authorized driver on the reservation may pick up and operate the campus vehicle.
  • Drivers are personally responsible for all traffic, parking violations, and fines incurred while using a District vehicle
  • The use of a cell phone or similar communication device is prohibited while operating a college owned vehicle.
  • Passengers are limited to those employees/students conducting official Campus/District business (Also review Student Travel)
  • Drivers are responsible for leaving the vehicle ready for the next reservation, which includes filling up the gas tank to a minimum of 1/2 tank prior to returning the vehicle. Drivers will be supplied a MCCCD credit card for gas.
  • Operators must pick-up all trash.
  • Report any interior/exterior maintenance issues or damage immediately upon returning keys to Facilities Management.
  • In case of breakdown, accident, etc. refer to the emergency instruction in the pouch that is provided during key checkout or in the glove box of the vehicle.
  • During business hours of 8:00AM-5:00PM Monday-Friday, please contact Facilities Management at 623-935-8291.
  • After hours contact College Police Emergency #480-784-0911 or Non-Emergency #480-784-0900 
  • Travel Authorization is needed for all travel outside of Maricopa County. For more information please visit Fiscal's Travel webpage.
  • If leaving your personal vehicle overnight please fill out a Field Trip Form (located at the top of this page) and take it to the Public Safety office. The preferred location for students/staff to leave their vehicle overnight is in Lot A North end across from the Public Safety building.