faculty to navigate through campus and park anywhere without having to worry about tickets and/or being towed. This solution ensures that a vehicle with a parking sticker is, in fact, a student or faculty member at Alabama College. It will also encourage students and faculty that do not want to pay the $100/year to begin bicycling or walking. The drawback of charging everyone $100/year is that the fee is expensive and students or faculty may not be willing to pay for the parking sticker. Another drawback for this solution is that being able to park in any lot, it will increase the traffic on campus. Continuing with the solution of charging everyone a $100/year fee for a parking sticker, this solution will allow the students and faculty to have a choice of which parking lot to park in. This will minimize the chance of a particular parking lot getting too full. This solution will also allow the students and faculty members to have a second choice of parking lot in the case their first choice is full. The drawback for this solution is the same as the first, the $100/year fee for a parking sticker is too expensive for students and faculty. The solution option of doing nothing except issue warnings, and then start towing cars that are parked illegally and/or blocking traffic would also be a great solution. Since Alabama College already have open and free parking with no specially designated spots except for handicapped vehicles, this solution will not affect students or faculty unless they are illegally parked and/or blocking traffic. I do not see any drawbacks with this solution because vehicles that are illegal parked and/or blocking traffic will be towed. If any of the solutions listed above were to be implemented, parking at Alabama College will be fixed for illegally parked vehicles on campus.