All vehicles must be registered on the GGC campus and display a valid GGC parking decal.

Student and faculty/staff decals and permits may be obtained in the Parking Office in Building D, room 1123, during normal business hours. Decals must be displayed on the lower left area of the rear window. There is no additional cost for new or replacement parking decals. Valid parking decals will have an expiration date. Temporary permits for special classes, seminars, conferences and short-term physical hardship are also available. For questions, please call 678.407.5015 or 678.407.5352.

Online Vehicle Registration

Online vehicle registration is available to all members of the GGC community. After registering online, decals may be picked up in Building D, room 1123, during normal business hours.

Parking Regulations

Campus parking regulations apply to students, faculty, staff and visitors.

Students

Students must park in designated “Student Parking” areas only. 

Faculty and Staff 

Faculty and staff must park in designated “Staff Parking” areas only. Personnel are advised that the Building 1000 parking lot is reserved only for Housing staff who have the required resident decal.

Visitors 

Visitors must park in designated Visitors parking spaces. Absolutely no student, faculty, or staff members may park in “Visitor” or “Reserved” spaces at any time.

Service Vehicles 

Service vehicles must park in marked “Service Vehicle” spaces or display a service vehicle parking permit. Only Service vehicles may park in marked “Service Vehicle” spaces. Service vehicle parking permits are issued by the Parking Office.

Disabled Permit Parking 

Disabled parking is available throughout the GGC campus for vehicles displaying a valid disabled permit decal, tag, or license plate. 

24 Hour Parking Enforcement and Penalties

All parking regulations are enforced 24 hours a day. View maps and directions for more information.

The following parking or traffic violations may result in a citation, towing of the vehicle or other actions:

  • Parking in non-designated parking areas around buildings, drop-off sites or otherwise (other than authorized emergency vehicles and commercial deliveries).
  • Parking in posted restricted/reserved space, handicap space, yellow curb, fire lane, no parking space or visitor space.
  • Parking illegally, such as parking on a curb, seeded areas, walkways, blocking a driveway, blocking dumpsters or wheelchair ramps, or occupying more than one parking space.
  • Improper parking in gravel lots – all vehicles must be parked in front of a car-stop bumper.
  • Vehicle registration violation, such as not displaying a current decal or a temporary permit.
  • Failure to comply with traffic control devices, such as exceeding the campus speed limit of 25 miles per hour or 10 miles per hour in the parking lots.
  • Extended parking in 15-minute parking zones.
  • Leaving an inoperable vehicle parked on campus. 
  • Overnight parking, and 
  • Any other applicable parking lot violations as noted by the Office of Public Safety. 

For any transactions with the GCG Parking Office, the parties should bring their tag number, student ID number (if applicable), faculty/staff ID (if applicable), and government issued driver’s license.  

Student Housing Resident Parking

The Student Housing Resident Parking is an effort to address the specific needs of residents in Housing Buildings 1000, 2000 and 3000 where the demands for overnight and extended stay parking are considered to be greatest. 

Only individuals issued a “Housing Resident” decal are authorized to park in the Building 1000 parking lot. All Student Housing residents registering a vehicle on campus will be issued a Student Housing Resident decal for their vehicle. This decal is required to park in the Student Housing resident only parking lot.

Only Housing staff who are issued a resident parking decal are authorized to park in the Building 1000 parking lot.

Authorized visitors must go to the Parking Office and request a temporary Student Housing Resident Parking visitor pass. The temporary Student Housing Resident Parking visitor pass must be displayed in the windshield of the vehicle.

Building 1000 parking passes may be obtained at the Parking Office, Building D, Room 1123.

Disabled Permit Parking – Resident Housing Area

The disabled parking spaces in the Building 1000 parking lot area are always available to anyone displaying a valid disabled permit decal or tag.

Student Parking Appeals

Students wishing to appeal a traffic/parking fine may appeal to the Parking and Appeals Committee. Traffic/Parking appeals must be filed in the Office of Parking Services within seven (7) business days of the issue date of the citation. Students wishing to appeal the decision of the Parking and Appeals Committee may submit a written request for appeal to the Senior Associate Provost for Student Affairs or his/her designee within 15 calendar days of the decision of the Parking and Appeals Committee.

The decision of the Senior Associate Provost for Student Affairs or his/her designee represents the final institutional decision for student parking appeals.

Faculty, Staff and Visitor Parking Appeals

Faculty, staff, and visitors wishing to appeal a traffic/parking fine may file a written appeal to the Parking and Appeals Committee. Traffic/Parking appeals must be filed in the Office of Parking Services within seven (7) business days of the issue date of the citation. Faculty, staff, and visitors wishing to appeal the decision of the Parking and Appeals Committee may submit a written request for appeal to the Senior Associate Provost for Student Affairs or his/her designee within fifteen (15) calendar days of the decision of the Parking and Appeals Committee. If the faculty, staff or visitor wishes to appeal the Senior Associate Provost for Student Affairs or designee’s decision, he/she may then appeal to the Vice President of Operations by submitting the same documentation as was submitted earlier in the process within fifteen (15) calendar days of the Senior Associate Provost for Student Affairs’ decision.

The decision of the Vice President of Operations or his/her designee represents the final institutional decision for parking appeals.

Alternative Fuel Vehicle Charging Stations

Faculty, staff, and students wishing to use one of the stations on campus must first purchase an ECS permit. Currently, electric charging stations on campus are considered a shared resource. The stations are installed to help supplement ECS permit holders' energy needs when they are away from home. Individual ECS permit holders should not expect to have a dedicated space available to them at all times.

To balance demand, ECS permit holders may need to relocate to a recharging station that has fewer requests. If ECS permit holders do not need to charge their vehicles, we strongly encourage you to park elsewhere in the lot. Once charging is complete, owners will be required to move their vehicles from the charging station.

Non-ECS vehicles or ECS vehicles not displaying the Georgia Alternative License Plate that are parked in a charging station will be ticketed by parking enforcement officers.

Campus and Housing Regulations

Student Code of Conduct and Housing Policies are regulations designed to create a safe and crime-free environment at Georgia Gwinnett College. The College is located within the city limits of Lawrenceville and has adopted the city ordinances. Campus police will enforce city ordinances through arrest or issuing a citation. All approved and published regulations and fines apply to students, faculty and staff. Campus police officers have the discretion of issuing a verbal warning, written warning, arrest, city ordinance citations or campus citations. Normally, a campus visitor or guest in violation of state law or city ordinances will be arrested or issued an ordinance violation citation. All campus regulations and city ordinances are enforced 24 hours a day.

Payment of Fines

Payment of fines must be received in Student Accounts, during regular business hours within seven days of the date of the citation. Students’ grades, future registration, records and diplomas will be held until all fines are paid. All citations may be appealed within seven days of the date of violation. Persons issued a city citation should contact the Lawrenceville Municipal Court for fine schedule information.