Alternative transportation

Blue Cruiser Bike Program

UNC has a free campus bike program that is offered through the Department of Campus Recreation. Through this program you can rent a bike for free with your student ID for a week at a time. The campus rec center is offering this program to offer an affordable and environmentally sustainable alternative to driving on campus.

If you are interested in checking out a bike, visit the Campus Recreation Center or click BlueCruiser for additional information.

Boomerang Shuttle ~ Bear Bus

The Boomerang Shuttle runs each day, Monday - Friday, from 10th Ave in front of Gunter Hall to the bus stop on the sidewalk, just west  of Michener Library. It takes about 7 minutes to go from one stop to the other, then makes the return trip. It begins each day just before 8am and ends in the early afternoon. The shuttle is paid for by student fees. Just show your UNC ID and you’re good to go! Your Student ID also lets you ride all around town on the Greeley Evans Transit buses without additional costs. Check it out and let your student reps hear your thoughts on the service.

Click here for a map of the Boomerang schedule.

Click here for a brocure for the Boomerang Shuttle.

Click here for more info on the G.E.T. site about the shuttles.


SmartTrips has information about good deals, events and prizes that are available to people who save driving miles by carpooling, walking, bicycling and other energy-efficient means. To participate in SmartTrips, sign up at this link and log your miles saved.

Airport Transportation

Shuttle service is available from the Denver International Airport. Most shuttles offer door-to-door service to the residence halls, upon request. Reservations are required.

For information, costs, and reservations, call:

Super Shuttle Northern Colorado

(970) 482-0505 or (800) BLUE-VAN


Reservations online

Greeley Shuttle

(970) 353-2502

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Any Questions

  • Call the Parking Services office at (970) 351-1971 or send us an email