Parking and Transportation

Your license plate will serve as your parking permit (no physical decals will be issued). Furthermore, backing in or pulling through parking spaces will not be permitted.

The Parking and Transportation department of Auxiliary Services at Georgia Southern University is here to help aid your parking and transit needs. Parking and Transportation is responsible for the implementation and enforcement of the University’s parking regulations, as well as the placement and maintenance of parking and traffic control devices. Visit for parking, permit and transit information, lot status and all updates.

Parking Permits

Your license plate will serve as your parking permit (no physical decals will be issued). Furthermore, backing in or pulling through parking spaces will not be permitted.

Parking permits are sold only to currently enrolled students, faculty and staff. Students should use their account or visit the Parking and Transportation office located behind Dining Commons to purchase their permit. To purchase a permit online, simply log in to and click on the “Parking Permits & Citations” link under “Auxiliary Services”. 

Carpool Program

Transportation is one of the biggest contributors of greenhouse gas emissions. There are thousands of people driving to campus every day. Why not cut travel costs, reduce wear and tear on your vehicle, conserve energy and help fight air pollution by using carpools to commute to work or school? Parking and Transportation is proud to continue offering carpool parking at a reduced rate with the convenience of parking closer to your destination.

RAC and Stadium Parking

The RAC is permit parking between the hours of 8 am – 3 pm. You may park at the RAC with ANY current Georgia Southern University parking permit. For those attending classes or who wish to work out during these hours without a parking permit, you may park at the stadium and ride the bus to the RAC as a permit is not required to park at the stadium. Additionally, since it is not required to have a permit for Paulson Stadium, it is available for parking and riding the bus or walking to campus.

Parking Permit Pricing

Parking permits are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Students with a lot preference should purchase their permits as early as possible.

Commuter Permit

$160/year (Statesboro), $50/year (Armstrong), Free (Liberty)
Permits are lot specific on the Statesboro Campus. Armstrong Campus students can parking in any available commuter lot. Please visit the parking website at for more details. Commuters can utilize 30-minute spaces around each campus. RAC parking on the Statesboro Campus is permitted to valid permit holders. Stadium parking is free.

Carpooling: $110/year (Statesboro) 
Join a carpool today. Students will be able to share the cost of the permit and the expense of driving to campus. Carpools must have two or more members.

Residential Student Permits

Statesboro Campus: $160/year (Statesboro)
Armstrong Campus: included in your housing fees
Liberty Campus: n/a

All students who reside in Residence Halls on campus will be restricted to their assigned parking area.

Faculty and Staff

$100/year (Statesboro), Free (Armstrong & Liberty)
Faculty and Staff will park their vehicles in lots designated by Faculty and Staff parking signs.

Carpooling: $100/year (Statesboro), Free (Armstrong & Liberty)
Employees will share the cost of the permit and the expense of driving to campus. Carpools must have two or more members.


$50 (Statesboro and Armstrong)
Motorcycle permits are required for all motor-driven cycles including motorcycles, scooters, minibikes motorbikes and mopeds being 2 or 3 wheeled with any engine size.

Other Parking Permits

Graduate Assistants who are assigned course teaching responsibility may be approved for the Graduate Assistant Parking Pass. The Graduate Assistant Parking Pass must be approved by the Graduate Dean.

Visitors parking on campus are asked to obtain a complimentary visitor’s pass by logging into the Parking and Transportation web portal at



Zipcar is available to all 18+ year old Georgia Southern University students, faculty and staff (Statesboro campus only). Zipcar is car-sharing, an alternative to bringing a car to school, that gives members 24/7 access to vehicles parked right on campus. Low hourly and daily rates include gas, insurance and 180 miles per day to go wherever you want to go! Members can reserve cars online or with a smartphone for as little as an hour or up to four days. Enjoy all the freedom of owning a car without any of the hassle. Find out more about how it works at

Transit Service 

Our transit service runs during classes, final exams, football game days and spring commencement to provide for convenient off-site parking (Statesboro Campus Only). The transit service does not run when classes are not in session, during holidays and between semesters. Buses run between 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., Monday – Thursday, and 7 a.m. - 6 p.m., Friday. From 4 - 9 p.m. a reduced number of buses run daily routes. Estimated time between buses on the reduced schedule is 15 minutes. The transit service is funded by a mandatory transportation fee charged each semester.

Paying Citations

Paying for citations is done through the Parking and Transportation Web. To access the portal, login to Select the “Parking Permits & Citations” link under “Auxiliary Services.” Once logged in, you will be able to view permit information, contact information, registered vehicles and any outstanding balances. 


Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Statesboro Campus)
Monday – Frday:  8 a.m. – 5 p.m (Armstrong Campus)
P.O. Box 8059 Statesboro, GA 30460
(P) 912.478.7275 (GSU.PARK) | (F) 912.478.1309