As of today, you must get your parking permit or risk a ticked
Parking tickets will be issued to all students, faculty and staff vehicles that do not display valid university-issued parking decals. This policy went into effect Thursday.
Permits must be purchased at the Cashier’s Window in Long-Jones Hall room 171. Call (318) 274-2671 for more information. The student parking decal fee is $14 and the faculty/staff parking decal fee is $30.
To register a vehicle, one must show proof of insurance and a driver’s license. The decal will be valid until Aug. 31, 2020.
There are designated lots for faculty/staff, commuting students and on-campus students. Commuter lots are marked with white paint, and faculty/staff lots are marked with yellow paint. On-campus students are not allowed to drive to class between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. so they must remain parked at their dormitories.
Designated commuter parking is on: Dickerson Street between Charles P. Adams and Woodson, south side of Cole Street facing Charles P. Adams, the front row of Charles P. Adams Hall facing RWE Jones Drive, the A.C. Lewis Memorial Library side, Blalock Street where the white paint starts behind the basketball court and at the Performing Arts building, on the left side facing the building.
Tickets will be issued for the following violations: parking on any lawn or grassy area, parking in a No Parking Zone, unlawfully parking in an accessible parking spot or blocking a campus dumpster or walkway.
For more information on campus vehicle requirements and parking guidelines, visit the Campus Traffic Information page on the GSU website.
For urgent parking and traffic concerns, contact the Grambling State University Police Parking & Traffic Division at 318-274-2222.
Company offers $5,000 prize for school tuition or student loan
Genuine Scooters is offering one person the chance to win up to $5,000, to be used in paying school tuition or in paying a student loan.
To enter the $5,000 tuition reimbursement contest which is open until Sept. 21, you must be currently enrolled in school and have a valid Student ID. Go into any of the more than 200 Genuine Dealerships across the country or go to www.genuinescooters.com for more information.
“We all know about skyrocketing tuition costs and the heavy student loan debt faced by many students long after they’ve graduated from school,” said Dorothy Hanley, President of Genuine Scooters. “Genuine wants to help reduce that debt by paying up to $5,000 toward one student’s school tuition or student loans.”
No purchase is necessary and the randomly-selected grand prize winner will be notified by email.
Sept. 10 deadline for submissions to international humanities journal
The International Journal of Arts and Humanities, a bi-monthly online, peer-reviewed and open-access journal published by the Center for Global Research Development (CGRD), is inviting papers for Vol. 5 No. 4, which is scheduled to be published on September 30, 2019. The submission deadline is Sept. 10.
International Journal of Arts and Humanities publishes original papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews.
Acceptance notification will be issued within 7-10 days from the date of manuscript submission. Send manuscript to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit the official website of the journal: www.ijah.cgrd.org.
Research institute for policy development seeks submissions
The American Research Institute for Policy Development has issued a call for research papers, review papers, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, case studies, empirical research, technical notes, and book reviews for the coming issues of the journals it publishes.
The submission deadline is Sept. 30 for material to be published on Dec. 31.
All the journals are published in both print and online.
Interested contributors are asked to submit their manuscripts/papers to the executive editor at email@example.com. Contributors/authors are requested to indicate the name of the journal in which they would like to publish.
For more information, visit aripd.org.