Spring/Summer 2013 ASM Bus Passes Available at StudentPrint
StudentPrint Summer Hours are 10-4:30, Monday-Friday
StudentPrint is the place to pick up new and replacement ASM Spring/Summer Bus Passes. Starting with exam week and continuing until the fall semester begins, StudentPrint on its recess schedule: 10 am to 4:30 pm Monday-Friday.
StudentPrint is located on the 3rd Floor of the Student Activity Center, 333 East Campus Mall
StudentPrint will be closed on June 28, July 4 and July 5.
StudentPrint is the website of record for the most current information on their schedule.
You must be enrolled in classes for credit at UW-Madison for the current semester and show a valid, current WisCard to pick up a pass. Only students registered for classes for credit at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for which tuition and segregated fees have been charged are allowed to participate. Guest students, research interns, senior auditors and those registered through other educational institutions such as UW-LaCrosse are usually not eligible to recieve a pass.
If you will be a new or returning UW-Madison student during the Summer Intersession, you will be able to pick up a pass once the class in which you are enrolled has begun. For example, if you enroll in a class that begins in June, you will not be able to pick up a pass until that term has begun. New enrollees starting classes in Fall 2013 cannot pick up a pass until August 26 (or after enrollment, if your enrollment date comes after August 26).
You may not give or share your pass with others. Madison Metro drivers will periodically ask to see your WisCard; if you do not have a WisCard when attempting to board the bus, or if your ID has been altered or appears fradulent, your pass will be confiscated and may not be returned. Students abusing the bus pass privilege may be charged with non-academic misconduct.
If your pass is lost or stolen, you can purchase replacement for $20. Please see our FAQ page for more information on replacement policies.
Madison Metro serves Madison and some nearby cities seven days a week from the early morning until late evening. Maps and schedules for every bus route are available online, and there is an interactive page where you can fill in your location and destination and find the best route and schedule for you. There are also links to a variety of free apps for Android, IPhones and WIndows. If you prefer to talk to someone directly call Metro Customer Service at 266-4466 (TTY: 267-1143)
Your ASM Bus Pass is also good for paratransit services, which are transportation services adapted to the special needs of people with temporary or long-term disabilities. Click here for more information and the application form.
UW and UW Hospital, and Emeriti Employees have their own pass program. This program includes many visiting scholars, researchers and fellows. If you are not eligible for an ASM Pass, you might qualify for an employee pass. However, if you are a student hourly or graduate assistant, you do not qualify for an employee pass, and you must be enrolled for the term during which you are employed to qualify for a student pass.
Frequently Asked Questions about the ASM Bus Pass
Every web site requires at least one FAQ page. For more information about eligibility, lost and stolen passes or other questions please see the FAQ page or call 263-3950.
Student Activity Center (Room 4301) • 333 East Campus Mall • Madison, WI 53715-1380 • Phone: (608) 265-4276 • Fax: (608) 265-5637