Do I need a permit to park on campus?
Yes. All vehicles except patients and guests of patients need a permit to park on Augusta University property. (See last FAQ or student and employee guidelines for what to do when you have a doctor's appointment or hospital stay.)
I am having problems logging in to register my vehicle. What should I do?
You should be logging in to the Parking Management Portal using your JagID and password (what you use to log in to email). If you are unable to log in, please contact the Information Technology Help Desk at 706-721-4000.
I currently have non-reserved parking but would like to upgrade to reserved parking. What should I do?
Please contact the Parking Office at 721-PARK to inquire about reserved spaces.
I currently have reserved parking and want to downgrade to non-reserved parking. What should I do?
Please contact the Parking Office at 721-PARK to change your parking permit status.
Where does the money I spend on parking go?
Parking permit revenue is used to create new parking, maintain existing lots and to provide support for staff and enforcement.
I am an evening student, do I still need a permit?
Yes. All students, faculty, and staff require an active permit to park on campus.
Why are there cones in the parking spaces?
Cones or other traffic control devices may be placed in a space when the space is dangerous for some reason, construction is planned, or a special event is taking place. Please do not move the cones without authorization. There is a $50.00 fine for moving cones without authorization.
I am an employee or student, but I have a doctor's appointment; I am a patient or I am visiting a patient. Am I allowed to park in patient parking during my appointment/visit?
Yes. Please print, complete and place this Courtesy Appointment Parking Pass on your dashboard during your appointment or visit. Also make sure your registered
parking permit is visible.
Be sure the courtesy pass can be easily seen and read from outside the vehicle in order to avoid a citation.