Pick Up Your Spring 2022 ASM Bus Pass at
StudentPrint 333 East Campus Mall 3rd Floor
Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
StudentPrint, located at 333 East Campus Mall, 3rd floor is the exclusive distribution point for new and replacement bus passes for UW-Madison students. StudentPrint is open Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm during the summer. Please check the StudentPrint website for the most up to date and complete information on their hours, especially relating to holidays.
Here are the rules governing this program:
To qualify for an ASM Bus Pass you must be a student registered for credits at UW-Madison and have your most recent, valid WisCard in hand. No exceptions.
ASM Spring Bus Passes are valid for use through September 9, 2022. If you are enrolling for classes for the summer intersession, but were not enrolled during the Spring Semester, your name will appear on our eligibility list just a few days before the official term start date for your class. You will not be eligible for a pass before that date, regardless of when your class actually meets.
If you need a new WisCard, or a replacement, please check with the WisCard office for their hours and information about the documents required to obtain a new or replacement card: https://wiscard.wisc.edu/
Students need an ASM Bus Pass to board all Metro bus routes except the campus bus routes 80, 81, 82 and 84, which never require payment.
If you lose your pass, you may purchase a replacement for $20 at Studentprint.
How To Ride Metro
Masks are required on all Metro Transit Buses. This is a rule from the Federal Transit Authority, and remains in effect.
Routes and schedules remain modified and reduced, so please plan ahead and take possible delays into account when planning your commutes.
For more information on routes, schedules, planning, phone apps for real time bus arrival information, and instructions on how to sign up for Metro’s text alert system, please see https://cityofmadison.com/metro Detours and delays do happen with some frequency, so we recommend signing up for their text alerts. https://www.cityofmadison.com/metro/detours is a more static location for information and updates on planned detours.
If you have any issues with anything aspect of your ride with Metro, including overcrowding/being passed up, please contact Metro Customer Service to report the problem.
Metro customer service reports can be filed via phone, email or web form. Metro’s customer service phone number is 266-4466; the online feedback form is at https://www.cityofmadison.com/metro/contact/feedback and the Metro customer service email is firstname.lastname@example.org If the issue pertains to a particular ride, it will be helpful to know the date, time and location you boarded the bus, the route number of the bus and the direction the bus was heading.
This program is paid for by UW Madison students via student segregated fees. You must be registered for classes for academic credit at UW Madison and be charged student segregated fees to use this program. Senior guest auditors, researchers, visitors and faculty and staff are not eligible for this program, and your cooperation with this requirement is much appreciated.
Faculty and Staff at UW Madison should contact UW Transportation Services to order a Faculty/Staff pass. Employees of the Hospital and other affiliated institutions should follow the instructions provided by their employer.
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