Student Ride Share

LCCC Student Ride Share

Ride sharing is good for the environment and a better way to get to campus.

  • Ride ShareDrivers can share some of their transportation costs, such as gas, with their riders. You may also be helping a fellow student who has no other way to get to class. 
     
  • Riders can get to campus without use of public transportation or adding wear-and-tear on their cars. Riders are expected to share transportation costs with drivers.

By completing the form below, your riding/driving preferences, along with your campus schedule will be received by the LCCC Office of Student Life.  Your information will be kept in a file with other student requests. If your schedule and preferences are similar to other student requests, Student Life personnel will contact you with a possible ride-sharing “match.”

The LCCC ride-sharing process will help to connect LCCC student riders and drivers.  Once a connection is made, riders and drivers will work with one another to determine specific schedules and driver compensation.

Please complete the form below to get started.  If you have questions, email: slevents@lorainccc.edu.

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Ride Share Interest Form
 
Gender
 
LCCC Campus Location
 
 
I Would Like to Be
 
Ride Partner Preference
 
Other Preference(s)

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