Animals (e.g. dogs, cats, monkeys, etc.) must be leashed to be under the control of an adult.
Animals trained to provide ADA accommodations for people with disabilities.
A loose animal trailing a leash, or one tied to a fixed object, is not under the control of an adult.
Animals which are unleashed, or leashed and unattended, on University property are subject to impoundment.
Animals left unattended in motor vehicles on University property are subject to the same rules and regulations if they become a nuisance or if the welfare of the animal is threatened.
Any pet found within a University-owned or leased building may be impounded. Impounded pets may be reclaimed by the owner at the City Animal Shelter (833-3592) upon payment in full of all costs incurred as a result of the impoundment, including any veterinary expenses.