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Graduate students at Brock passed a referendum in April 2004 in favour of participating in the U-pass program. As a result, all full-time graduate students will be charged on their tuition for the U-pass fee. The U-pass is a sticker that will be placed on your student ID card and permits you to ride the local transit systems free of charge.
Can I opt-out of the U-Pass?
No. All full-time graduate students must pay for the U-pass regardless of what campus they are on, where they live, if they want to drive to school, or any other reason.
How do I get my U-pass?
To get your U-pass, you must be registered as a Brock graduate student. You must also have a photo on your Brock ID card.
The passes can be first obtained during Orientation Week in September, and then picked up regularly at the Student Alumni Centre (BUSU).
Can part-time or exchange students get a U-pass?
When is my U-pass valid?
Your U-pass is valid from September to April of your registered year.
How do I use my U-pass?
When you get on the bus, simply swipe your card in the ticket-checking box by the driver's chair inside the bus. If you are not sure, the drivers are glad to help you out. You can ride any bus in permitting cities as often as you like, but you have to have the card with you and swipe the card each time you ride. It's that simple!
What busses can I take?
Your U-pass is valid on all routes in the following transit systems:
Please contact the transit systems or visit their websites for more information on routes and schedules.
Can I get a U-pass for the summer?
No. To ride the bus in the summer you will need to pay the fare or buy a bus pass directly from the transit system. Please contact the relevant transit system or visit their website for more information on fares and passes.
For any further question, please contact Barb Daly at email@example.com