The enforcement of the parking rules and regulations at Augusta University is conducted in the interest of the entire University and Health System community to reduce congestion and to provide reasonable access to the parking lots and decks across our campuses.
The parking rules and regulations are in effect continuously throughout the calendar year, including holidays and vacations. All "No Parking" zones and restricted spaces are in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. Regulations pertaining to reserved lot/space restrictions are in effect from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday or each day the institution is in operation.
"...The government, control and management of Augusta University and all of the Institutions in the University System of Georgia shall be vested in the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.' (Georgia Constitution, Article VIII, Section IV, Paragraph, 1b). By virtue of the powers granted to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia by the Constitution, the Board of Regents has the authority to adopt bylaws and policies for the management and governance of its member institutions. The Board of Regents further elects a Chancellor of the System, under whose supervision the presidents of the various institutions are given responsibility and authority to promote the efficient operation of the same. The Augusta University department of Parking and Transportation is the delegated authority and has the responsibility for the administration of the policies and parking regulations designed to promote a safe and efficient parking system. The parking regulations and policies specifically include fees for parking privileges and fines, immobilization and impoundment for various unsafe and illegal parking practices.
A state issued disability license plate, permanent disability placard, or temporary disability placard must be displayed when parking in Accessible (disability) spaces. Faculty, staff and students must also have an active parking permit.
Valid Accessible (Disability) plates, placards, or permits issued by the State of Georgia or other states will be honored.
Procedures for obtaining a Disabled Person's Parking Affidavit for the State of Georgia:
An employee or student with a doctor's appointment, or who is visiting a patient, is allowed to park in patient parking during the scheduled appointment or visit only by utilizing a courtesy parking pass.
Please print and complete an official Courtesy Appointment Parking Pass. Make sure your university parking permit is visible, and place the printed courtesy pass on the dash. Be sure the note can be easily seen and read from outside the vehicle in order to avoid a citation.