The School of Education provides transportation to many area school districts through the Mary Ann Shaw Center for Public & Community Service. The buses will pick up and drop off along College Place on the SU Hill. South campus residents can use the Syracuse University 344 Shuttle Bus to get to College Place.
The School of Education assumes responsibility for:
The student is responsible for:
Students may choose between:
Syracuse University’s policy regarding the use of personal vehicles is that they should be used only on a voluntary basis. Students opting to make their own arrangements are expected to assume financial responsibility for getting to and from their assigned school/agency. Owners/drivers must provide their own insurance coverage; all student participants choosing to ride or transport others in a private automobile do so voluntarily and at their own risk. The University does not provide any insurance and does not assume any liability for students making their own transportation arrangements.
The university provides transportation for placements in the Fall 2019 semester in Roxboro Road Elementary and Middle School, Solvay Elementary and High School, and many schools in the Jamesville-Dewitt and Syracuse City School Districts.
For the dates that the Shaw Center does not operate, a separate bus specifically for SOE students needing to be in field placements will be in operation. Schedules will be sent directly to students as well as being posted on Blackboard.
If you are a student in the School of Education (SOE) who is assigned to a field placements at one of these districts/schools, and choose to use university transportation for the semester, you are required to register at the Shaw Center. Please submit a request at least two working days before your placement begins. You are not allowed on the bus unless you have filled out a request form and your name is on the bus driver’s list.
Instructions for requesting transportation for the semester are available on the Shaw Center website. If you have questions about the form itself, please contact the Shaw Center directly. at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be respectful and professional in all of your interactions with the staff at the Shaw Center. Once the Request Form is completed, you will receive instructions/directions regarding responsibilities, how to access the schedule, and emergency safety information.
To the extent possible, times for drop off and pickup will be consistent and will meet your specific timeframe; however, with the numbers of students from around campus using this service the scheduled times may vary, especially site pick-ups as the semester progresses. If you have questions or concerns about transportation after completing the forms and receiving instructions, please contact the Shaw Center.
School closed: buses will not run.
School delay (1 or 2 hours): buses will not operate the morning portion of the route, but will operate the later portions of the run. Students who are scheduled to be transported (based on the regular schedule) after the time posted on Blackboard as the “SCSD School Delay Start Time” will use the transportation system to get to their field placement schools. If your regularly scheduled pickup time is before the SCSD School Delay Start Time posted on Blackboard:
South campus residents can use the Syracuse University Shuttle Bus to get to College Place in time for their pick-ups. You can find more information on the 344 South Campus bus and other SU shuttles on the Centro Website.
About transportation after completing the forms and receiving instructions:
Shaw Center: email@example.com or 315-443-3051
About your field placement: