OCAPS 35th
Annual Conference

Celebrating Successes!

Friday, August 28, 2020

Conference Venue

The Fawcett Center at The Ohio State University 

2400 Olentangy River Rd

Columbus, OH 43210

Parking Pass


(Parking pass is available here; please print in advance and leave on your dashboard)

All event guests, participants, coordinators, and vendors must display printed copy of the event parking permit placed face up on the dash of their car. Electronic versions of the permit will not provide parking access to the lot. CampusParc, the University campus parking management vendor, requires identification of all vehicles parked on the Ohio State University campus, therefore it is important to have your permit displayed so that it is visible to CampusParc personnel. Failure to display a valid parking pass for your event could result in parking fines and/or towing.


Guests need to print their own copies of the parking pass to have displayed visibly on their car’s dash upon arrival. If a guest forgets their pass day-of, they will need to get a copy of the pass from their event registration table and immediately return to their car to display the pass.


The permit attached is valid only for the date(s) listed for the time period of the contracted private event only.


The Fawcett Center at The Ohio State University is located at 2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, Ohio. Parking is located directly in front of our building. Handicap parking is available at the side of the lot closest to the building. The Fawcett Center is unable to assist in getting any fines waived that are issued by the third party parking vendor and does not assume any liability for any fees imposed.

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is being abused or exploited

call the OhioHOPES Help-Line at 1-800-411-2267 

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