Parking & Transportation
Please check this site frequently for regulation changes.Parking Citation appeals are not granted on the basis of being unfamiliar with the regulations.
Please note that reserved parking spaces are marked by signage in front of 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 Permit fees for 2019-2020
- Resident - $65 per year
- Commuter - $65 per year
- Faculty/Staff - $100 per year*
- Reserved - $185 per year*
- Retiree - $65 per year
- Stadium Discount Lot - $35 per year
- FALL ONLY - Parking for seniors graduating in December - $50 per year
*May be paid for through payroll deduction. Log into "My Parking Account" to access this form.
Commuter students who have valid student permits and faculty/staff who have valid faculty/staff permits from other University System of Georgia institutions are not required to purchase a Savannah State permit. Those vehicles with these permits must be parked in the spaces designated for commuter students and faculty/staff, respectively. If the institution does not issue a physical permit, a permit from SSU must be purchased for $10.00.
How do I purchase a parking permit?
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). Visitors must enter at LaRoche Avenue to obtain visitor's pass at the Visitor Center.
Where can I park?
Parking lots are designated for each of the seven parking categories (Commuter, Contractor/Vendor, Faculty/Staff, Reserved,University Village, University Commons, Tiger Court, Wright Hall, General Residential, Retiree, Stadium Discount). Parking is restricted to the designated lots from 11:00 p.m.. - 4:00 p.m. on class days during Fall and Spring semesters.
Parking will be available for commuter students, faculty/staff, contractor/vendor employees, and visitors at the T.A. Wright Stadium for a discounted fee during restricted hours (11:00 p.m.. - 4:00 p.m.. Monday through Friday on class days). In order to park at the stadium, your permit designation must indicate the Stadium "Discount" lot. Shuttle bus service will be provided to the visitor's side of the stadium until 4:00p.m. Monday through Friday; no service Saturday or Sunday. You may move your vehicle into a non-residential lot on campus after parking restrictions end at 4:00 p.m.., as long as you do not park in any marked space (reserved, visitor, handicapped, etc.). You may be asked to move your vehicle for events at the stadium.
Resident students: During restricted hours, resident students in University Commons and University Village must park in their assigned lots. Students with a valid General Residential permit may park in any of the other residential lots (other than University Commons, University Village, or Tiger Court/Wright Hall), or you may park in the General Residential Parking spaces (orange spaces) on the Alexis Circle or in the Hubert Tech parking lot. After restricted hours, resident students may park in any lot on campus, as long as it is not in a reserved or otherwise designated space (ADA/handicap, service vehicles, etc.), except for the Wright Hall/Tiger Court parking lot, which requires a Wright Hall/Tiger Court parking permit at all times (24/7). Students with a Wright Hall/Tiger Court parking permit may park in any General Residential space if the lot is full.
Resident students may not purchase a Stadium Discount permit. We encourage you to purchase your permit as soon as possible for 2019-2020. Permits for parking in Tiger Court/Wright Hall lot are limited to the number of spaces in the lot; living in these residence halls does entitle you to park there without a valid Tiger Court/Wright Hall permit.
Commuter Students: you may park in any lot designated for commuter students during restricted hours. After 4:00 pm., you may park in any non-residential space that is not reserved. Commuter students may not park in residence hall parking lots at any time.
Faculty and staff: If you have a faculty/staff permit, you may park in any lot designated for faculty and staff, as long as you do not park in a space specifically designated for students within those lots. If you have a reserved space, you may park in any other legal spot on campus that is not another reserved spot.
How is parking enforced?
Parking is enforced by Savannah State University's Department of Auxiliary Services and Parking Services. Parking rules and regulations, permits, parking pass information, and citations are found in the linked document Parking Policies, Regulations, Citations, and Appeals. You have the right to appeal any citation online within 10 days. After 10 calendar days, the right to appeal is forfeited.
Regardless if an appeal is submitted or not, the citation to which it pertains is due and payable when the citation was issued. Employees will be charged for any unpaid citations when they leave university employment.
|Parking Citation Description||Amount|
|Blocking or Restricting Traffic||$44.00|
|Improperly Displayed Permit||$12.00|
|Parking in an Executive and/or Reserved Space||$150.00|
|Parking in a Fire Zone / Hydrant||$125.00|
|Parking in Front of a Dumpster||$62.00|
|Parking in a Handicapped Area or Access||$200.00|
|Parking in Unauthorized Areas||$50.00|
|Parking on Yellow Curb, Grass or Sidewalk||$25.00|
|No Parking Permit||$65.00|
|Booted Vehicle (plus owed fines)||$65.00|
|Boot Tampering (billed at-cost, minimum $50)||$50 Minimum|
|Parking 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 or email@example.com