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Back to Class with the Pass

Posted January 9th, 2020
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The Class Pass is a reusable electronic fare card that gives students at some local colleges unlimited rides on most Foothill Transit buses!

Pass your classes with the help of the Class Pass.

Will you be enrolled in the spring semester at Mt. SAC, University of La Verne, Citrus College, any of the Claremont Colleges, or Azusa Pacific University? Make sure to get your Class Pass today. You won’t pay a cent to pick it up. If you are a new student or never tried the Class Pass before, the Class Pass is a reusable electronic fare card that gives you unlimited rides on local Foothill Transit buses and the Silver Streak! It’s a real deal!

Your Class Pass can get you to class with a little extra study time (or nap time if that’s what you need). But after you’ve worked hard, you can also use it to play hard! Our buses will take you into downtown Los Angeles for concerts, sports, and nightlife. We hit some of the best malls and shopping areas in the San Gabriel Valley. You can even get your fitness on at one of the many local hiking trails our buses serve.

To get your Class Pass, head to the SacBookRac at Mt. SAC, the registrar’s office at University of La Verne, the campus center at Citrus College, CUC’s Connection at the Library at the Claremont Colleges, or Cougar Dome at Azusa Pacific! Just remember to bring your student ID with you. If you already had the Class Pass in the fall semester, it will automatically reload the next semester or intersession as long as you’ve enrolled and paid your student fees. Once you get your Class Pass, hold onto it. It will work as long as you’re still enrolled in classes. Since your pass is on a TAP card, you can even load other passes or cash onto the card and keep using it when you leave school!

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