bearcat shuttleThe Bearcat Shuttle is suspended and will not run until August.


Policies & Guidelines

  1. Passengers must show the driver a valid Lander University ID.
  2. The shuttle is primarily for students who do not have vehicles with transportation from Bearcat Village or McGhee Court to the main campus.
  3. No amplified radios are permitted on the shuttle. Passengers should wear headphones, or ear-buds while listening to any devices.
  4. Smoking is not permitted.
  5. No alcohol is permitted. Passengers shall not board the shuttle in an intoxicated condition.
  6. No food or drinks are to be consumed while aboard the shuttle.
  7. No disruptive behavior or inappropriate language is permitted.
  8. The shuttle must follow the designated route, and stop at the designated areas. No un-authorized stops, or requests for such stops, are permitted.
  9. Pets are not permitted. Service animals are allowed.
  10. Neither Lander University, nor the shuttle bus operator, is responsible for articles left on the bus. Items found by the driver will be brought to the University Police Department.

Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in the suspension or termination of a student's ability to use the shuttle. All violations of the policy will be reported to the University Police Department, and consequently to the Vice President of Student Affairs office for judicial follow-up.

Bearcat Transportation System Policies & Guidelines


Refusal of Service 

The University reserves the right to refuse service to any person who is under the influence of intoxicating beer, wine, liquor or drugs, or who is incapable of taking care of himself/herself due to intoxication, or whose conduct is such, or is likely to be such, as to make him/her objectionable to other passengers or prospective passengers. Intoxicated persons are subject to the laws of this state and county. Lander University Police, Greenwood City Police, Greenwood County Sheriff’s Department or Greenwood Emergency Medical Services may be called for the safety of the intoxicated/incapacitated person and the public.