The non-reserved parking fee changes to $25 per month on July 1 for faculty and staff on the Summerville Campus, which makes it the same for all Augusta campuses.

Parking permit fee increases July 1 for Summerville faculty and staff

Please be sure vehicle is registered in online parking portal, new  window cling is properly displayed and you are following all parking guidelines for university employees

Augusta University Parking and Transportation would like to remind Summerville Campus faculty and staff that the parking permit price will be $25 per month beginning July 1. This change will make faculty and staff non-reserved permits the same price on Summerville and the Health Sciences Campuses.

In addition, Parking and Transportation have begun issuing multi-year permits for faculty and staff. While you will have to remit payment as appropriate, these newer permits will be valid through July 31, 2021. These “static cling” permits should be placed on the windshield on the driver’s side of the vehicle either near the top or bottom.

These images show the two approved ways to display new window cling parking permits for Augusta University faculty and staff.

Please check the expiration date on your current permit. If it expires July 31, 2021, then no action is needed.  If your permit has expired, you will need to exchange it for a new window cling permit by July 15, 2019. Be sure to first review your account in the Parking Management Portal to confirm your current vehicle license number is registered.

The Blue Route supports transportation needs between the Summerville and Health Science campuses. The pickup and drop-off sites on Health Sciences are on Laney Walker Boulevard outside of Pavilions I and III. The pickup and drop-off sites on Summerville are at University Hall on the fountain side and between Allgood and Science halls.

If you drive to the Health Science Campus, please do not park in a reserved space or inpatient parking. Please also refrain from parking in lots owned by University Hospital or other neighboring businesses. Unauthorized parking may result in a citation, immobilization (booting), and/or towing.

The Employee Guide for Parking, a list of Frequently Asked Questions, and enforcement information are published on the Augusta University website.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email parkingoffice@augusta.edu.

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Denise Parrish
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Denise Parrish is Senior Communications Strategist for Operations at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-9566 or mparrish@augusta.edu.

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