The University provides round trip bus service from North to South Campus during the Fall, Winter, and Spring semesters while classes are in session. Service begins at 7:15 a.m. on weekdays and at 10:00 a.m. on weekends. Service ends daily at 2:15 a.m.
Please be advised that it is not feasible to use shuttle bus services between North and South Campus within the standard 10-minute class break. Students should plan and develop class schedules that allow time to be transported between the two campuses through the use of open class periods.
The North/South campus shuttles run:
For other shuttle service days/times, see Services and Schedules.
See North/South Campus Shuttles: Fall and Spring Semesters on the Services and Schedules page for the service days/times of each route. The Bus Stop Maps page provides a map of each route with bus stops.
Unfortunately, no. We’ve investigated along with the bus company and there are no safe, open spaces for the buses to pull over to pick up and drop off passengers.
The SEPTA 104 stops at Church Street and provides local service to Philadelphia.
The SEPTA 92 stops along High Street and goes to the Exton Mall.
The ChesCo SCCOOT bus stops on New Street, just north of Rosedale Avenue, connecting West Chester to WCU, Kennett Square, West Grove, and other destinations to Oxford.
When the driver is trying to merge into traffic, they are looking in their driver’s side mirror so they may safely enter the travel lane. You may think they see you, but their attention is on the other side of the bus.
For everyone’s safety, they have been instructed not to pick up passengers away from the curb.
When a bus is late, it may pick up more passengers. Any subsequent buses are not slowed by picking up passengers because the lead bus has them.
WCU tries to combat bus bunching by having buses wait at both Church Street and the SC Apartments. It may seem that the buses are idling for no reason, but spacing the buses does help with bunching.
Via e-mail at:email@example.com
Via phone: 610-436-1053 (M-F, 7a-3p)
During off hours, leave a voicemail message.
We respond to all calls and messages.
Always follow normal safety precautions. You may sit in the car with doors locked until you see the bus approach.
Call Public Safety 610-436-3311 if you have any concerns.
Yes. WCU has a wheelchair accessible bus to transport students with permanent or temporary mobility impairments to and from on-campus locations.
Students can get qualified at the Student Health Center or the Office for Students with Disabilities, then make a reservation request from our Accessible Transportation page. Requests must be made at least 24 hours in advance.
According to the Spring 2017 Bus Survey, an estimated 634,000 passenger trips are made during the Spring and Fall semesters.
Winter Session Shuttle Bus service is provided weekdays while classes are in session, every 25 minutes from 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Bus Stops are at the Village Clubhouse and Wayne Hall only.
The "Uptown Loop" Shuttle Service will take a break for the Winter Session but will begin operations again on Tuesday, January 22, 2019. For more information, including a route map and schedule, see the Services and Schedules page.
New Shuttle Bus GPS Service Provider:
The WCU Shuttle Bus Service has a new GPS provider. Visit the App Store or Google Play and search WCU Shuttle to download the app. Connect from your laptop: https://services.saucontds.com/wcushuttle/. The previously used DoubleMap app is no longer functional.