The Shuttle Gus offers students a safe method of transportation home, no questions asked. In addition, student organizations who volunteer receive $300.
Call (912) GSU-RIDE (478-7433)
January 24, 25 Omega Psi Phi
January 31, February 1 100 Collegiate Women
February 7, 8 100 Collegiate Men
February 14, 15 Alpha Phi Omega
February 21, 22 African Student Association
February 28, 29 Tri-Beta National Honor Society
March 6, 7 Omega Phi Alpha
March 27, 28 Iota Phi Theta
April 3, 4 Delta Sigma Pi
April 10, 11 National Association of Black Accountants
April 17, 18 Black Student Alliance
April 24, 25 Pushing For Success
Application for Student Organizations
Here any student organization can apply to operate the ShuttleGus program for one weekend per semester. Any organization that applies will be required to provide a minimum of 10 volunteers, 4 of which must be 21 years of age or older. Organizations will be required to operate the program during its full hours of operation on both Friday and Saturday night on the weekend in which you are assigned. There will also be a safety training that takes place one hour prior to the operations beginning on Friday night. Once you have been contacted and assigned a weekend to operate the program you will be prompted to come and sign a contract that will outline all of these requirements. Organizations that successfully fulfill all requirements will be allocated $300 to the general fund of their organization. Please feel free to contact the Student Government Association if you have any question about this program. firstname.lastname@example.org
To have access to view the ShuttleGus request operation form you must follow the link below and log on to your MyInvolvement profile.
How to Access ShuttleGus Organization Form:
- Log into my.georgiasouthern.edu
- Click on MyInvolvement under Campus Life.
- Search for Student Government Association using the search tool in the upper-right corner.
- Click on the Forms tab.
- Select the Form link to fill out the form.
Last updated: 3/3/2020