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Southern Express to incorporate College of Education stop on Sweetheart Circle route


Beginning April 9, the Southern Express will add the College of Education (COE) stop along the Sweetheart Shuttle route on the Statesboro Campus.

In March, the department added a new shuttle route to incorporate a stop at Sanford Hall on Sweetheart Circle in lieu of the stop by COE. After careful data compilation and consideration of student input, Parking and Transportation made the decision to re-incorporate the COE bus stop to alleviate full shuttles on the other routes.

The Sweetheart Shuttle will now run from Paulson Stadium to COE and then to Sweetheart Circle.

“We’re happy to accommodate our commuters by adding this stop as we continue to strive to make Southern Express the best possible experience for students traveling throughout the Statesboro Campus,” said Kristi Bryant, director of Parking & Transportation.

Download the free SmartTraxx app on your smartphone to view a live map of each Southern Express shuttle.

For more information about Parking and Transportation, and for a map of all Southern Express routes, visit

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Fall 2018 Permit Sales begin April 10

STATESBORO, GA – Statesboro Campus parking permits for the 2018-2019 academic year go on sale online on Tuesday, April 10, 2018. If you’re bringing a vehicle to campus in the fall, now’s the time to purchase your permit and select your preferred parking lot.
To purchase your permit:
  1. Log into
  2. Click “Parking Permit & Citations” under the “Auxiliary Services” section in the right column.
  3. Select “Permit” from the navigation menu to the right of the page. Information about various permits will be displayed and available for students to select and purchase.
Don’t forget that your license plate is your permit. Students will no longer be issued physical parking decals. All you have to do is ensure that your information is correct in our system and park in your designated lot.
Armstrong Campus parking permit sales will be available at a later date.
Click here for more information on permits. If you have any questions, please contact


Parking Lot Behind Counseling Center Re-opened

STATESBORO, GA – The parking lot located behind the Counseling Center and the building housing Recreation and Interior Design (formerly the Health Services Center) is now open.

This lot has been closed since December 11, 2017, due to construction equipment access for the removal of sedimentation from Lake Ruby and Lake Wells.

(Statesboro) Parking Lot 41 Closure from March 10 through March 19

Sending on behalf of Facilities Services:

IAB Parking Lot 41 on the University’s Statesboro Campus will be closing on Saturday, March 10, due to scheduled painting at the new IAB building. Contractors working on the new IAB building will be painting the exterior steel on the new building during Spring Break. We have coordinated with Parking and Transportation to allow parking in Lot 42 as there will be a risk of overspray in Lot 41. We will post signs reminding all that painting will happen and if you wish to park in Lot 41 the week of Spring Break you will do so at your own risk. Parking will reopen on Monday, March 19.

Thank you for your patience during this process. Please contact Sandi Wilkinson at 912-536-3175 with any questions.

Parking and Citation Web Portal Downtime Scheduled for March 9-12

by GS Parking Staff

Please be advised that our permits and citations web portal on will be down starting at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 9, 2018, for database changes, updates, and information transfer. The web portal will be available again for use on Monday, March 12. If you have any questions, please email