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Parking Disruption Notice

It’s Homecoming Time of the Year! Preparations for Saturday’s football contest between the MSU Bears and Savannah State will require some adjustments to our parking facilities. Please be advised of the following.

  • Lots L & M (Baldwin/Cummings/Infirmary/Washington Service Center):

Lot L will be utilized as a “Vendor Village” on Saturday to accommodate artisans and retailers. The lot will need to be cleared of all vehicles by 8:00 am on Friday, October 7, 2011.

To begin set-up arrangements, students, faculty and staff with Lot L permits will be allowed to park on the following lots during the day:  N-O’Connell Hall, T-Blount Towers, V-Rawlings Hall or the Parking Garage (on Friday ONLY).  Residential Students will be able to park their vehicles overnight and Saturday (game day) on lots N-O’Connell Hall, T-Blount Towers and V-Rawlings Hall. No student/staff is permitted to park in the garage overnight. A Special Event fee will be charged on Saturday for the Garage – Lots N, T, & V are free.

  • Lot U (Montebello)

Lot U will function as the location for “tailgating” during Saturday’s festivities.  This lot will not be available for parking beginning Friday, October 7, 2011 thru Sunday, October 9, 2011. On Friday, alternative parking will be available on Lot Y (rear of Fine Arts Center). Regular parking will resume on Monday, October 10, 2011.

We endeavor to minimize inconveniences.  Your cooperation and flexibility is appreciated as we work together to support University activities.  For detailed information regarding the week- long Homecoming activities, please visit the University’s website,  – university events. Hopefully you will be able to come out and enjoy some of the activities as we cheer the BEARS on to victory!

Thank you.

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