Transportation and Parking  


3-1-3 Program
Learning Center
Fourth Floor, Reed Library
Carnahan-Jackson Center
State University of New York at Fredonia
Fredonia, NY 14063
Ph: (716) 673-3550

High schools do not provide transportation and neither does the College, so the responsibility for getting to college classes lies with the 3-1-3 students themselves.

Most find riding with another 3-1-3 student from their high school to be the best solution, especially those who have a distance to drive. At least one high school has, in the past, made arrangements for their BOCES bus to circle by the campus to deliver and pick up students. Allowances are made for driving time when the college schedule of classes is chosen.

Parking Permit:

"All members of the college community (faculty, staff and students) who drive cars or other motor vehicles on campus must register their vehicles within seven (7) days after classes begin. . . . During the first week of classes, vehicle registration will be held in the Williams Center. Throughout the remainder of the semester, registration will be in the Office of Student Accounts, first floor of Thompson Hall between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m." (http://www.fredonia.edu/upd/ParkingRegulations.htm)

Park and Ride Shuttle:

Express shuttle service runs between the Park and Ride Lot and Symphony Circle and the Williams Center Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM. The Park and Ride Lot is located off Ring Road between the softball field and the Services Complex. Stops are in front of Maytum Hall and on the side of the Williams Center. Shelters are situated across campus.  See Campus Map for Park and Ride Shuttle route and stops. This is a free service.

Aerial of campus


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