College Freshman 2013-11-26T23:26:49Z
A private shuttle bus circles around Hoboken's center street, Washington Street, about every 30 minutes with something like 10 stops along the route. The stops are all at highly-convenient locations and the shuttle runs a few hours short of 24.
College Senior 2013-09-11T05:22:30Z
Your first year on campus you are garunteed housing on campus so only public transportation is needed if you are going into New York, otherwise walking should get you anywhere. If you are an upperclassman that lives off campus a shuttle runs from the off campus housing to the campus and even to the Path station sometimes. This shuttle is free, but schedules are only given to the students that live with residence life off campus housing. Walking isn't that bad either though, so it's not really a problem.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-10T04:24:10Z
Really, you get all that you could need. If you live on campus you don't really need any transportation, and for those who live off campus there's a shuttle service that circles around Hoboken all day. The train station is a 10 minute walk from campus, from which you can get just about everywhere including the city.
College Freshman 2013-06-12T00:22:43Z
The transportation is nonexsistant. I have been here for a year now and the only shuttle I have ever seen takes athletes on and off campus. That being said, we really don't need campus transportation because everything is in walking distance.
College Freshman 2013-01-19T05:41:31Z
As someone living in Northern Jersey, I can usually hop on an NJ Transit train and be home within 45 mins. The PATH train runs to NY frequently and my roommate has taken buses back home to Virginia. Being in the city provides a wealth of options for transportation.
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