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Written by Alyssa Hoogendoorn
Since Sioux Center is a small town, there is a lack of public transportation. No taxis or buses are available. You should take your car to College if at all possible, especially if you don’t want to be stuck on campus week after week. If you don’t own a car or can’t take yours to College, hopefully you can find a friend who is willing to either drive you around or let you borrow his or her car. The town is small, but you wouldn’t want to rely on walking or biking everywhere because the winters can be harsh.
The College does provide a shuttle service on Sundays, so students don’t have an excuse for not going to church. Other than Sundays, though, you’re on your own to get around town. The only other transportation service that the College provides is a shuttle service to the airports for holiday travel. Transportation, overall, is not very convenient or accommodating within the small-town setting.
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