Frequently Asked Questions
Students with South, Central, and Beta/Gamma permits may park in the Gamma parking lot before 3:45 pm. (HINT: Many times students will find it quicker and less frustrating by utilizing the back entrance to the Gamma lot from Stadium Blvd.)
Commuter students with validly displayed permits may park in the new Aux Lot Northeast located off Health Services Drive. JagTran provides several stops along the RED route from the Aux Parking Lot to Health Sciences, the Bio-Medical Library and the Medical Sciences Buildings.
Although not truly a parking question, we are happy to answer that here! At a non-controlled crosswalk, pedestrians have the legal right-of-way at all times; however, pedestrians should always observe traffic and ensure vehicles are yielding for the crosswalk.
At the “controlled” crosswalk on South Dr, pedestrians only have the legal right-of-way, when, after pressing the button, the white pedestrian walk lamp is lit. When the white walk lamp is on, a red stop light is activated for vehicular traffic. Under state law, pedestrians are required to push the walk button and wait until the walk lamp is on AND vehicle traffic has stopped before crossing the street at any controlled crosswalk . Even at a non-controlled crosswalk, state law prohibits a pedestrian from suddenly entering the crosswalk in such a way as to present a hazard of collision.
No. Blue employee (f/s) spaces are enforced 24/7 in all residential areas. This is also indicated on signage in front of or adjacent to those spaces.
Additional parking is available in the Auxiliary Parking Lot near the sorority houses behind Greek Row. This is a non-zoned lot and any valid student permit may park in this lot.
The only Residents permitted to park in the Gamma lot and on Stadium Drive are Beta/Gamma
Residents displaying a current Beta/Gamma permit. Parking along Stadium Blvd between
Old Shell Rd and the 4-way intersection (near the Recreation Center) is prohibited
after 11pm each night.
Beta/Gamma permits may only park on Stadium Blvd or the Gamma Parking Lot.
Yes. Citation balances of $200 or more will prevent students from registering for classes. Any citation balance will prevent the you from receiving or viewing a your transcript. Make sure you read and follow the Traffic Rules & Regulations at all times to ensure you don’t run into problems with citation balances.