Student Bus Pass

Service Interruption —

Please note: The Universal Bus Pass is suspended for the Fall 2020 & Winter 2021 semesters.

To purchase a Post-Secondary Pass, please follow these instructions.

Since 1995, the Central Student Association and the Graduate Student Association have negotiated a bus pass that offers unlimited access to Guelph Transit at a significantly lower rate than the public. Each renegotiation of the UPass is voted on by the student body. With transit routes spread throughout the city, students can make any neighbourhood their home. The CSA / GSA Transit Committee works with Guelph Transit to ensure service routes and schedules are reflective of students’ needs. Bus passes are available to both part- and full-time students enrolled in on-campus courses.

Last Updated:
Friday, November 27th, 2020 11:22 AM

Recent Updates —

Bus Pass Update: Purchasing OnYourWay Fare Card (W21)

December 4th, 2020 | Need a bus pass for the Winter 2021 semester? Starting Friday, December 11th, you can purchase a Winter 2021 Post-Secondary Semester Pass to load onto your OnYourWay fare card at a cost of $272.
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Bus Pass Update: Purchasing OnYourWay Fare Card (F20)

September 10th, 2020 | Need a bus pass for the fall semester? University of Guelph students need to use an OnYourWay fare card to ride Guelph Transit. Student ID cards are no longer accepted as valid bus fare..
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Bus Pass Update: Fall 2020 Pass Options

August 10th, 2020 | After discussion with the City of Guelph, students will have access to the affordable bus pass for the fall considering the universal bus pass has been suspended. The pass is available at a cost of $37.50 per month. If you apply and receive an affordable bus pass, you will not be required to purchase a post-secondary pass to use transit services.
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Bus Pass Update: Fall 2020

August 5th, 2020 | The CSA has temporarily suspended the Universal Bus Pass for the Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 semesters. This decision was made with benefit to the greatest number of students in mind, as many are not returning to Guelph in the fall or will not be using transit services.
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