Sharing a Ride

Two women park in one of the University's premium carpool/vanpool parking spaces.

If you know someone else headed to campus from near you or along your route, consider carpooling to not only save you money and reduce your carbon footprint but also to leave a parking space for someone else that needs it! Regularly coming to campus? Consider sharing your ride all the time or occasionally as a supplement to the way you regularly commute.

University employees, if you share your ride with at least one other University employee, you may qualify for Revise Your Ride, the University's employee commute benefits program ($200 per semester plus additional parking options). If you can supersize your carpool with three or more University employees, you could qualify for $100 per semester plus the complimentary use of a van or SUV for your commute. Learn more and consider revising your ride today! 

Did you know?

You don't need a personal car to campus to form a carpool. Ride-hailing apps, such as Lyft or Uber, offer ride-sharing options.

Learn where on campus you can book a drop-off or pick-up.


Campus construction impacts

Although each project is exciting and will advance the mission of the University, construction will temporarily impact parking and campus bike and pedestrian paths. Transportation and Parking Services is working closely with the Office of Capital Projects, the Office of the University Architect, the Office of Disability Services, and many other partners to maintain safe and accessible routes.  

Learn more about University capital projects