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Transportation

student riding city bus to college

If you are experiencing a transportation concern, please contact Amy Goethe at agoethe@midmich.edu to see what options might be available to help.


For Isabella County

For Isabella County, public transportation services are provided by I-Ride: https://ictcbus.com/

Did you know that I-Ride bulk bus passes can be purchased in the Bookstore using your financial aid during the financial aid charge period? Buying your I-Ride passes in bulk can save you money over the course of the semester. Please visit Mid’s Mount Pleasant campus bookstore for more information.

For more information about I-Rides services, please visit I-Rides online brochure: https://ictcbus.com/new-brochure/

PLEASE NOTE THAT MID MICHIGAN COLLEGE IS NOT “A STOP” ON THE MAROON ROUTE! This means that you must contact I-Ride to request both pickup and return trips. I-Ride does not stop at Mid unless a ride has been requested. To learn more about the shuttle routes, please visit https://ictcbus.com/shuttle/

For Clare County

For Clare County, public transportation services are provided by Clare County Transit Corporation (CCTC): http://www.clarecountytransit.org/

Did you know that CCTC $10 punch cards can be purchased in the bookstore using your financial aid during the financial aid charge period? After the $10 pass has been fully punched it is worth 1 FREE ride with CCTC!

Please visit Mid’s Harrison campus Bookstore for more information.

For drop off and pick up times at Mid’s Harrison campus, please visit this link.

For Gladwin County

For Gladwin County, public transportation services are provided by Gladwin Transit Authority: https://www.gladwintransit.com/

In order for students to travel from Gladwin County to our Harrison campus they will need to transfer to a Clare County Transit Corporation (CCTC) bus. Arrangements for transfer must be made with both Gladwin Transit Authority and CCTC.

In order for students to travel from Gladwin County to our Mt. Pleasant campus, arrangements will need to be made with Gladwin Transit Authority, CCTC and I-Ride.

Tip: If you are in Gladwin county student using public transportation to get to campus, make sure you know the transfer times as well as the earliest and latest drop-offs prior to selecting your semester schedule to ensure your best chance of success in your courses.

 
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