College Freshman 2013-12-05T23:57:55Z
On the weekends, there are night shuttles, but other than that you pretty much need a car unless you're just walking to class. If you live off-campus, a car is a must because the campus is very spread out and most of the off-campus residences are not very close by. Also, I brought my bike to this school all excited to ride it constantly and found myself very disappointed. There are large and dangerous hills all over the campus and no bike paths; the roads are usually busy so trying to bike on them is intimidating and not worth it. Very bike-unfriendly, although some people do see to manage it.
College Sophomore 2013-11-30T23:57:00Z
its there if you need it, not a big part of student life no need to generally leave campus and if you do its easy to find someone with a car
College Sophomore 2013-07-23T18:19:38Z
While there are a lot of options, the shuttle schedules are fairly erratic and don't exactly serve the needs of students. However, they are free and run through most of the night.
College Sophomore 2013-05-12T08:24:19Z
There is at least one shuttle going at all times, but most of the time there are two as well as the drunk trolley. They are very lenient on the shuttles and the trolley when it comes to drunk college kids. I have never seen nor heard of anyone getting in trouble because of drunk actions on the shuttle.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-05T22:31:40Z
we have a trolly that runs on weekends around the campus and the downtown geneva area. We also have shuttles that run from 6-12 every night. On weekends though they run until 3 am.
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