Bus Transportation on Campus
The University provides bus service to and from North and South Campus. Bus schedules are available at residence hall desks, Public Safety, and Sykes Student Union Information Center. For the most up-do-date information on schedules and routes, go to http://www.wcupa.edu/shuttlebus.
Students using the bus service should be advised that it is impossible to provide timely transportation between North and South Campus within the standard 10-minute class break. Therefore, students should plan and develop class schedules that allow time to be transported between the two campuses through the use of open class periods.
An accessible bus containing a wheelchair lift is available for mobility-impaired students. Details on how to access this service are available on the website, or search "accessible bus."
All University parking lots require a current University parking permit or temporary visitor pass to be displayed on all vehicles. Visitors to campus are asked to park in the New Street Garage located on the corner of West Nields Street and South New Street. There are also meters located around campus. All employees and eligible students desiring to use designated parking lots must register their vehicle with the Department of Public Safety Parking Services Office and purchase/obtain a parking permit. Parking permits are nonrefundable and may only be used by the registered purchaser. Permits are not transferable between individuals nor may they be resold. All West Chester University parking permits are the property of West Chester University.
The annual registration fee is established by the Council of Trustees. For parking regulations, "annual" is defined as September 1 until August 31 of the following year. Specific registration procedures will be announced yearly. A valid WCU ID/driver's license and vehicle registration must be presented at the time of registration. The parking permit is to be displayed properly from the rear view mirror as stated on the reverse side of the permit. Mutilated, defaced, lost, or stolen permits must be replaced. Contact the Public Safety Parking Services Office for the procedure and cost of replacing the permit. The operation and registration of a vehicle must conform to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vehicle law and University regulations. For complete information regarding motor vehicles and registration, refer to the Motor Vehicle Regulations pamphlet available at Public Safety or on the Department of Public Safety website.
Students are required to purchase the appropriate parking permit depending on whether they are commuter or resident students. Student parking lots do not require a permit from 4 p.m. through midnight any day of the week throughout the year. Employee lots are enforced 24/7/365.