Parking & Transportation
Parking & Transportation
Please check this site frequently for regulation changes. Appeals are not granted on the basis of being unfamiliar with the regulations.
Please note that reserved parking spaces are now marked behind or beside the space. These spaces are reserved 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you park in a reserved parking space that you have not purchased from the University, your vehicle will be ticketed, booted, and/or towed.
Parking Decal Fees for 2015-16:
- Resident - $45.00
- Resident Fall - $30.00 (Fall Term Only)
- Commuter - $45.00
- Commuter Fall - $30.00 (Fall Term Only)
- Faculty/Staff - $80.00
- Reserved - $143.00*
- Retiree - $45.00*
- Vendor/Independent Contractor - $80.00
*may be paid for through payroll deduction. You will have to log into "My Parking Account" to access this form.
Note: Employees hired or students coming on campus for the first time between January 1 and June 30, will be charged half-price for the decal.
How do I get a parking decal?
All Students and employees who park on campus must login to their Parking Account online at www.savannahstate.edu/permit to purchase a permit (regardless of method of payment)
Where can I park?
Parking lots are designated for each of the five parking categories (Commuter, Faculty/Staff, Reserved, Resident, Retiree). Parking is restricted to the designated lots from 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. On class days during Fall and Spring semesters. Otherwise, parking is open to anyone with a parking decal except in reserved spaces.
If you are a resident student, you must park in the parking lot closest to your residence hall. If you have a reserved space, you may park in any other legal spot on campus that is not another reserved spot. For additional information, please see our Parking Instructions document and Parking Brochure.
How is parking enforced?
Parking is enforced by Savannah State University's Departments of Auxiliary Services and Public Safety. Parking rules and regulations, decals, parking pass information, and citations are found in the linked documents Parking Policies and Regulations and Citations Appeals. You have the right to appeal any citation within 10 days, after which the charges will be posted to your University account. You may appeal online.
|Parking Citation Description:||Amount:|
|Blocking or Restricting Traffic||$44.00|
|Improperly Displayed Decal||$12.00|
|Parking in an Executive and/or Reserved Space||$104.00|
|Parking in a Fire Zone / Hydrant||$125.00|
|Parking in Front of a Dumpster||$62.00|
|Parking in a Handicapped Area or Access||$125.00|
|Parking in Unauthorized Areas||$35.00|
|Parking on Yellow Curb, Grass or Sidewalk
|Unregistered Vehicle/No Parking Decal||$54.00|
|Booted Vehicle (plus owed fines)||$54.00|
|Boot Tampering (billed at-cost, minimum $50)||$50 Minimum|
|Parking Overnight in Limited Time Zone||$19.00|
|Parking in Sweeping Zone||$62.00|
|Parking the Wrong Way in Angled Space||$25.00|
|Parking in a Manner that Takes Two Spaces||$44.00|
OTHER FINES MAY BE ASSESSED WITH LIMITED NOTICE.
For assistance, please contact the Auxiliary Services Office at 912-358-3109