NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. — Rutgers University rakes in nearly $5 million from parking violations each year and dishes out more summonses per driver compared to nine other major public colleges in New Jersey, MyCentralJersey.Com reports.

On the New Brunswick campus, the school issues about 5.5 tickets per driver on average — a total of about 90,000, according to parking records from the last three years. From June 2014 to June 2015, the school brought in $4,907,220 from parking citations.

The other eight colleges studied issue around one ticket or less per driver. At the lowest end of the spectrum, William Paterson University distributes about 0.12 tickets per driver on average. For the full story, click here.