Brittany Brown believes that her parking pass should ensure more security.
Students were notified via twitter.
By: Alissa Holmes
Parking has long been a headache for USC students. But a recent string of car break-ins have added to the list of concerns. Numerous auto break-ins have been reported on campus this week. The Greek Village parking lot and Bull Street Garage have had multiple incidents reported.
Students who pay a few hundred dollars for these exclusive parking spots feel that their money should cover security.
"I just don't understand why we pay so much and we still have to fear for our safety," said Brittany Brown.
She pays 380 dollars a semester to park in the Bull Street Garage. A parking pass for the Greek Village is 240 dollars a semester.
Students shell out the cash for these coveted parking spots to avoid the daily fight to find a spot close to their classes. But Brown says that the walk to the garage is now just as concerning as the walk across campus.
"I'm already a female and Im usually by myself and its just scary that I never know what I'm walking into when I walk in the garage," she said.
Though they have yet to comment on the break-ins, students are still encouraged to report all indents to the USCPD.