Special Spring Break Shuttle Schedule:
Shuttle Service will end at 8 PM on Friday, March 8th. There is no shuttle service March 9th -16th.
Shuttle service will resume on Sunday, March 17th at 2 PM.
WCU Shuttles are free to WCU students, faculty, and staff and are a quick and easy way to travel around campus, West Chester Borough, or to the Exton Train Station.
An accessible bus containing a wheelchair lift is available for mobility-impaired students. Details on how to access this service is available on the Accessible Transportation webpage.
**Students using the shuttle 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 locations through the use of open class periods.**
On Campus Shuttles:
The University provides shuttle service between North and South Campus during the fall and spring semesters as well as limited service during the winter and summer sessions. The Gold Route runs daily from 7:15 a.m. - 2:15 a.m. on weekdays and from 10:00 a.m. - 2:15 a.m. on weekends (during fall and spring semesters).
M-F 7:15 AM – 5:00 PM
This bus is wheelchair accessible, so it also provides service as WCU’s Accessible Bus. Frequency is every 15 minutes but expect a delay if the bus needs to provide transportation outside of the route.
- Church Street
- WCU Post Office
- M-2 Lot, G-Lot & Sharpless Garage (on request)
ON CAMPUS SHUTTLE ROUTES
Off Campus Shuttles:
Shuttle GPS Tracking
WCU has partnered with TransLoc to provide tracking for WCU Shuttles. Learn on the go when the next shuttle will arrive at your stop. Download the TransLoc app free from the Apple Store or Google Play Store. Visit the TransLoc User Guide for more information.WCU Shuttle Live Map
Frequently Asked Questions
The SEPTA 104 stops along High Street & at SOMPAC in M Lot and provides local service to Philadelphia.
The SEPTA 92 stops at the West Chester Transportation Center on Market Street and goes to Exton, Malvern, and King of Prussia.
The SEPTA 135 stops at the West Chester Transportation Center and goes to Coatesville.
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.
- The WCU Homepage has WCU weather related information.
- The WCU Shuttle app has an Announcements. Alerts are posted there as soon as they are available.
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.