Parking on campus requires a parking pass, either purchased as a permit, or daily ticket from parking lot pay stations in certain parking lots.
Parking permits are on provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Niagara College’s campuses are served by city bus services.
Students of Niagara College are granted a Universal Bus Pass (U-Pass), allowing them unlimited ridership on buses in on Niagara Region bus routes.
Schedules may change from term to term. Students are advised to check the Student Administrative Council website for up-to-date schedules.
Find a Bus Route
Using Google Transit, you can easily find a bus route to or from our campuses. Click one of the links below, then enter your address in the space provided and click the blue “Search” button.
- To the Welland Campus
- From the Welland Campus
- To the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus
- From the Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus
- To the Niagara Falls Campus
- From the Niagara Falls Campus
Detailed transit schedules can be found here.
Buses and trains to Toronto
Transit buses depart from Highway 20 at Stanley Avenue, as well as the Fairview Mall in St. Catharines, and routes run along the lakeshore to Toronto.
Note: The U-Pass cannot be used on GO trains or buses.
New GO bus service to Niagara College
Starting April 8, Route 12 buses will start serving Niagara College, Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus. Details and schedules for this and other GO service changes effective April 8 will be available the week of March 20.
To learn more visit: gotransit.com/servicechanges
The GO Train system runs from Niagara Falls to Toronto in the summer months, and from Hamilton to Toronto throughout the year. Tickets are affordable and can be purchased at the station.
If you have a car, consider parking at a Transit train station (no extra charge) and take the train in to Union Station, Toronto – it’s quick, easy and convenient, and will put you in the heart of Toronto without worrying about traffic or parking!