The Persons with Disabilities (PWD) Shuttle transports passengers between campus locations and will pick-up/drop-off passengers as close to one’s building as possible; however, please note that vehicles are not permitted to access the main campus core. This service operates Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. until 9:00 p.m.
If you are a student and you have appropriate documentation from a physician, the University’s Disability Resource Center authorizes students to ride the Persons with Disabilities Shuttle. Faculty and staff with appropriate documentation from a physician can receive authorization from the Human Resources and Employee Benefits Office.
Shuttle rides must be scheduled at the beginning of the semester and are on a first come first serve basis.
- Service requests are accepted Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
- Users should be very specific about their pickup location and be at the arranged location at the scheduled time. The driver will wait only three (3) minutes beyond the time he/she arrives at the pickup location.
- Users are permitted a maximum of four (4) scheduled rides per day. These trips are to and from campus only, not between university buildings. All “no shows” and short-notice cancellations will be included in the daily count.
To be eligible to park in the parking spaces designated for use by persons with disabilities on campus you must first possess or obtain a State-issued PWD parking permit and it must be displayed in your vehicle. The state-issued license plates or hangtag must also be displayed.
A person with a disability must accompany the vehicle to be able to park in a space designated for persons with a disability. Individuals with disabilities may purchase a parking permit or pay for parking on an hourly basis on the same terms and conditions offered to students, employees, and visitors who are not disabled. Failure to purchase a parking permit or pay a parking fee will result in your vehicle being ticketed.
Visitors to Campus
Visitors to campus with a State-issued PWD permit who do not possess a University-issued parking permit should park in PWD accessible spaces in the Red Hawk Deck, metered spaces or any PWD space on campus using paybyphone.
In accordance with applicable State regulations, those vehicles displaying state-issued PWD permits that are parked in metered spaces in lot 19 need only pay for the first half-hour and then do not need to re-feed the meter for 24 hours.