| The Carolina Shuttle operates Monday - Friday, 7:30 am to
5:45 pm. The Evening Shuttle operates from 5:30pm to 12:30am. The
system operates during the Fall and Spring semesters, with
limited operation during the summer, reading days, and holidays.
Service is free to all USC students, faculty and staff.
Shuttle/Parking maps are available at Parking Services, the
Askus information desk at the Russell House, and at Vehicle
Commuting students are encouraged to park in lots located at the
Coliseum, Bates Area, and 1600 Hampton then ride the Shuttle to
The Carolina Shuttle stops only at locations indicated by
the color coded dots on the Shuttle map and on the online
Shuttle and Parking Map. Each location is serviced by
the indicated color dots. These color dots correspond to colored
signs displayed on the exterior of the buses and at shuttle
The Carolina Shuttle does not run on a set schedule.
Buses will arrive at the designated stops approximately every
Evening Shuttle consists of two vans running from
5:30pm to 12:30am, Mon-Fri, when classes are in session.
Stops are at the Coliseum, Russell House, Nursing, BA/Capstone,
Maxcy, Byrnes Center, CLS/Honors Res. Hall, Swearingen, Academic Enrichment Center, the Roost, Bates,
the PE Center/South & East Quad area, and the Greek Village. A
white strobe light and a color scheme related to the Carolina
Shuttle System will identify the Evening Shuttle.
Questions or suggestions
regarding the Carolina Shuttle should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or
The Late Night Shuttle operates from 12:30 am to 6:30 am, Mon-Fri, when classes are in session. The shuttle is stationed at the Russell House, and will pick up riders at their location and deliver them to any campus destination. Its white strobe light and color scheme related to the Carolina Shuttle System makes the shuttle easily recognizable. It can be dispatched by calling 777-3351. Students, Faculty, and Staff can wait inside their secure area until the shuttle arrives.
Escort service is sponsored by the Iota Mu Chapter of Alpha Phi
Omega National Service Fraternity.
As a service to the University community, APO provides escort
transportation anywhere on campus. APO helps make night travel
safer by operating a van which picks up and drops off people
during the late night hours. All students, faculty, and staff
are encouraged to take advantage of this free service.
This service is available from
Sunday through Thursday, 8pm to12am, when classes are in session. To arrange a
pickup, just call 777-DUCK (3825). On occasions when APO is
not available, please call 777-3351.
The APO website can be found at http://iotamuapo.wordpress.com/apo-escort/