Students who are interested can purchase bus passes directly from the local transit in Kingston, Brockville, or Cornwall, often at a discounted rate for post-secondary students. We encourage students to leave their car at home and use public transportation to reduce their carbon footprint, save money, and save time looking for a parking spot on campus.
- Kingston Transit student pass information from the Student Association
- Purchase a post-secondary student pass from Kingston Transit online
Students looking to purchase a bus pass for the fall semester can now do so through the Kingston Transit website.
The cost of the pass is $119 and the fall semester pass will be valid until January 3, 2022.
Once you purchase the pass you will receive an email from the Digital ID 123 Card App with instructions for downloading and activating your virtual pass. You will then present your pass by showing your phone screen when required to access Kingston Transit. When purchasing the pass you will be required to provide your SLC email address for verification.
Please make sure you understand the eligibility requirements for purchasing a pass:
- full-time undergraduate students of St. Lawrence College, Kingston
- part-time students of St. Lawrence College, Kingston, who are enrolled in a minimum of three full academic courses totaling one hundred and thirty-five hours per term
- students of St. Lawrence College, Kingston designated as eligible by a Special Needs Counsellor
Students who are unable to make a payment online but still want to purchase a pass are asked to email email@example.com for assistance.
Bike rack are locate are located around each of our campuses. Location can be found on our Sustainable Campus maps.
Secured Bike Storage
Kingston Campus has a secure bike shelter that is available for to all staff and students.
Natural Resources Canada Invests in Electric Vehicle Charging Stations at SLC
As part of SLC’s commitment to supporting sustainable and active transportation, the College installed 22 new electric vehicle charging connectors on its campuses, 10 in Kingston, and 6 each in Brockville and Cornwall. The stations will be available for SLC employees, students, and community members to use with regular on-campus parking fees in place and an additional $1.50 per hour fee while charging.
The Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson, Minister of Natural Resources, announced the investment of $110,000 to the College for the Level-2 EV chargers. Read the news release.
The charger interface is available in English, French and Spanish and the touch button interface works with gloves on!
Click here to access the EV Driver support FAQ.
Non-EV are not permitted to park in EV charging parking spots. Each spot has been identified with green line paint and appropriate signage. Regular parking fees will apply to EV parking spots.