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New Location for Eagle Card Services, Parking and Transportation on Armstrong Campus

Eagle Card Services and Parking and Transportation offices have found a new home on the Armstrong Campus this summer. Both offices are now located in a newly renovated building on the corner of Science Drive and Burnett Boulevard, next to the Fine Arts Building.

For more information on Eagle Card Services, visit GeorgiaSouthern.edu/eaglecard, and for more information on Parking and Transportation, visit GeorgiaSouthern.edu/parking.

 


Statesboro Campus Road Work Notice for Forest Drive

Via Karen Twining:

A portion of Forest Drive near the intersection of Parrish Drive and in front of the Wildlife Center, will be closed for approximately 1 week. This work is scheduled to begin July 9, 2018 and will temporarily close one lane of the road.  Please use caution.

The road will be re-opened for full access on July 16, 2018

Thank you for your patience during this process. Please contact William Cone at 912-478-1348 with any questions.


Armstrong Campus Road Work Notice for Burnett Boulevard

Via Kathryn Twining:

Burnett Boulevard between Science Drive and Arts Drive will be closed to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic beginning Monday, July 9, due to scheduled repaving.  Lane closures will be determined based on construction needs and work will begin along the southernmost portion of the drive (Burnett Hall side).  When possible, the opposite side of the road will be open and used for bi-directional traffic.  Please use caution.

Due to the risk of damage to vehicles, there will be no parking permitted along Burnett Boulevard during construction.
Individuals needing to access Burnett Hall during this time are asked to use the east and rear entrances.
 
Parking along Burnett Blvd is scheduled to resume on Monday, July 16, 2018.

Thank you for your patience during this process. Please contact Dwayne Murdaugh at 912-536-9989 with any questions.

(Statesboro) Parking Lot #42 Replacement

Sending on behalf of Facilities Services:
A portion of the parking lot that services the Center for Wildlife Education, Military Science, IT Building and College of Education is scheduled to be partially closed on Monday, May 14, 2018 for construction. This portion of the parking lot will reopen on Wednesday, August 1, 2018. The parking lot from the Center for Wildlife Education to the main entrance into the parking lot will be under construction. The parking area to the west will be open for parking. The contractor will have signs designating traffic and pedestrian traffic flow. Please see the attached map of the construction limits.

Please contact William Cone at willcone@georgiasouthern.edu or 912-478-1348 if you have any questions.


Department named Organization of the Year by Parking Association of Georgia

Georgia Southern University’s department of Parking & Transportation was recently recognized as the Organization of the Year by the Parking Association of Georgia.

The department was recognized in Augusta at the Parking Association of Georgia’s annual conference for its efforts in enhancing campus community life by offering virtual services, such as the new License Plate Recognition System (LPR) and online permit management.

“Many, many schools have followed our lead in virtual efforts,” said Director of Parking & Transportation Kristi Bryant. “I am extremely proud and honored to work with a team that makes our work come to life.”

North Carolina State University, Washington State University Pullman and the City of Boise have adopted similar virtual systems following Georgia Southern’s lead.

About Auxiliary Services

The division of Auxiliary Services is comprised of six departments including University Housing, Parking and Transportation, Eagle Dining Services, Eagle Card Services, Health Services and Retail. These departments all work together to provide the Georgia Southern University community with quality products and services. Auxiliary Services supports the strategic direction of the University and is committed to its advancement and success. Visit GeorgiaSouthern.edu/auxiliary.