Drive toward an ‘A’ in campus parking with these 3 steps

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First-years students who live in Oak and Elm halls are reminded that their vehicles are assigned to Lot 55A on 15th Street across the street from Augusta University Police headquarters.

The beginning of each semester comes with a short grace period for newcomers to become familiar with parking and shuttle schedules. However, just as the fall semester takes off, please note that parking enforcement will be in full swing beginning Sept. 1.

If you are a first-year student or a new employee to Augusta University, be sure to follow these three main steps for parking in campus lots:

  1. Have a valid permit.
  2. Ensure the vehicle (and license plate) you have brought to campus is listed on your account in the online Parking Portal.
  3. Park in a space/lot for which you have permission.

Parking and Transportation assists thousands of students, faculty, staff and guests on a daily basis and maintains more than 100 parking lots across five local campuses. Please do your part to ensure ample and efficient campus parking by parking appropriately.

For your convenience, the JagExpress Shuttle Service offers safe, convenient rides from multiple commuter lots and bus stops across the Summerville, Forest Hills, Health Sciences and Riverfront campuses. To track shuttles in real time, download the Passio GO! app to your smart phone.

You can find comprehensive parking guidelines for residential students, commuter students and employees on the Parking and Transportation website. You may also email the Parking Office or call 721-PARK if you have any questions.

 

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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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