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Parking and bus route adjustments around Paulson Stadium on Feb. 4 & 5

All parking lots at Paulson Stadium and on Malecki Drive will be closed all day on Thursday, Feb. 4 and Friday, Feb. 5, and bus routes that stop at Paulson Stadium will be redirected. 

While these lots are closed, anyone without a parking permit may park at the RAC, lot 42 and lot 29 (formerly University Villas) ONLY during the days the stadium area is closed.

The two bus routes will be directed as follows:

  • Blue route will stop at the College of Education, Freedom’s Landing (temporary stop), and the RAC.
  • Gold route will stop at the Bookstore, Cambridge, and Eagle Village.

Please review this map to see parking locations and new bus routes:

Thank you for your understanding during this temporary situation while the Paulson Parking lot is used to enact our vaccine distribution plan, in accordance with GDPH Phase 1A+ criteria.

Purchase Your Permit Through Your Student Account for Fall 2020

Students may now purchase their parking permit through their student account for fall 2020. If you have financial aid or scholarship funds, this is a great way to secure your parking permit early.

You may view this option when checking out in our AIMS Web Self-Service Portal on My.GeorgiaSouthern. Payment by Debit/Credit Card and EagleXpress are also available.

Click here to view Parking Permit Rates and locations.

Click here for campus maps and parking lot information.

Road Closure

Courtesy of Kathryn V. Twining, CEFP, Associate Vice President for Facilities:

A portion of Forest Drive will be closed on Thursday, 4/23/2020, from 1:00p.m. until 5:00p.m in support of the ongoing Center for Engineering and Research building project. The portion of Forest Drive that will be closed will be at the intersection with the entry drive to the Nursing/Chemistry and College of Education buildings. Flagmen will be directing traffic and appropriate signage will be installed. The road will be opened back up as soon as possible. 

Please call Sandi Wilkinson at 912.536.3175 with any questions.

2020-2021 Parking Permit Sales Begin April 13

Parking and Transportation offers a variety of parking options throughout each campus of Georgia Southern University. Starting Monday, April 13, 2020, students may purchase their Commuter, Residential or Motorcycle permits for the 2020-2021 academic year. 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, follow these instructions:

  1. Log on to
  2. Click “Parking Permits and Citations” under the “Auxiliary Services” section in the third column from the left.
  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.

Visit our Permits & Rates page for more information about lot specifics, campus availability and permit pricing. If you have any questions, please contact

Georgia Southern hosts Food for Fines, parking citations waived with food donations

Georgia Southern University Parking and Transportation Services will waive outstanding campus parking tickets for students, faculty and staff on the Statesboro or Armstrong campuses, as well as members of the community, in exchange for food donations, for its Food for Fines events on Nov. 7 and 8.

Anyone with a current Georgia Southern parking ticket can donate 10 nonperishable food items at the Parking and Transportation office in exchange for amnesty on the oldest fine on their account on Thursday, Nov. 7, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Statesboro Campus and Friday, Nov. 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Armstrong Campus. Participants may donate more than 10 food items, but only one parking citation per person will be waived.

“We invite all of our students, faculty and staff, regardless of whether or not they have a parking citation, to donate during the event, and we look forward to being able to help provide assistance to as many in need as possible,” said Derrick Davis, director of Parking and Transportation Services.

The items collected will be donated to on-campus food banks such as the Captain’s Cupboard Food Pantry, an emergency food program extended to Georgia Southern students, faculty and staff on the Armstrong Campus. On-campus food banks are operated by the Dean of Students office, and representatives from the department will be present during the event to assist in collecting donations.

“In keeping with the season of giving, we are excited to offer this opportunity that not only benefits those who have outstanding parking tickets but also fellow Eagles who are in need,” said Davis. 

Suggested items to donate:

  • Canned soup: veggie and chicken noodle
  • Canned veggies: green beans, corn, and peas
  • Canned meat: chicken or tuna
  • Breakfast items: cereal and granola bars
  • Boxed macaroni and cheese
  • Pasta
  • Rice
  • Marinara/pasta sauce
  • Canned fruit 
  • Peanut butter