What you need to know for Thursday game days

Casey Cargle

This information was gathered by a Parking and Transportation email sent to the Georgia Southern University student body.


– Students can park at the stadium parking lot until 12 p.m.

– All vehicles must be moved by 2 p.m. or they will be towed


– Students can park at the RAC until 1 p.m

– All vehicles must be removed by 3:30 p.m. or they will be towed


– Stadium bus stop will relocate at 12 p.m. to the football stadium bus stop.

– RAC bus stop will be moved to Akins Blvd at 1 p.m.

– The RAC bus stop will cease at 1 p.m.

– All bus routes will run their regular scheduled times with Blue Route ceasing at 9 p.m.

– The Gold Route will have an increased amount of buses running after 5 p.m. to accommodate game day crowds

– Gold Route will run an additional hour after the game ends


– Permit enforcement in campus parking lots will cease at 12 p.m. (residential, faculty and staff lots)

– At 12 p.m. students and staff will be allowed to park anywhere on campus (besides RAC and Stadium) on a first come, first served basis

– Spaces in front of the Performing Arts Center (PAC) as well as those in Hanner lots will also be available for use

– Safety violations will still be enforced, avoid parking in fire Lanes, handicap, sidewalks, etc.


– Tailgating will be permitted in numbered commuter lots after 4 p.m. on a first come, first served basis

-The Student Tailgate Zone (STZ) will have food, drinks and live music performed by the David Johnson Band

-Drinking is allowed if students are 21 and older (no kegs and no glass)

-Students can take the campus bus to the stadium and get dropped off at the STZ

Getting into the game

-Students will need their Eagle ID or a game day ticket , Eagle ID is your ticket if you paid the athletic fee in your tuition


– Expect major delays

– Encourage carpooling

– Residents of University Housing should keep cars parked at the residence halls

-Get there early!