Where’s my Shuttle:
The Sagehen Shuttle operation hours for Spring 2022 will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9 a.m.-1 a.m., and Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m.-1 a.m.
It will take approximately 30 minutes for the shuttle to drive one full lap with all 3 stops included. If you miss the shuttle, no worries, it will be back around to pick you up within 30 minutes.
The Sagehen Shuttle will have three rider pick-up and drop-off points:
1st point: East Mesa parking lot, located in front of Pitzer Hall by Admission. (Address: 1150 Pitzer Service Road, Claremont CA, 91711. Cross street: Ninth Street)
2nd point: Corner of Dartmouth and Tenth St. (Address: 999-902 Dartmouth Ave, Claremont CA, 91711. Cross Street: Tenth Street)
3rd point: Claremont Collegiate Apartments (CCA) north of Foothill Blvd. (Address: 1415 N College Ave, Claremont CA, 91711)
Riders must provide their Claremont Colleges Student I.D.
Students will be allowed to bring friends from other Claremont college students to use the Sagehen Shuttle. Usage data will be evaluated monthly to improve student services operations support.
Every Monday the Sagehen Shuttle will take 3 round trips to Target. Pick Times will be as follows:
At 4:20 pm the shuttle will leave Admissions and go to Target, depart Target 4:45 pm
We will resume service at CCA for 5:05pm
At 6:20 pm the shuttle will leave Admissions and go to Target, depart Target 6:45 pm
We will resume service at CCA for 7:05 pm
At 7:20 pm the shuttle will leave Admissions and go to Target, depart Target 7:45 pm
We will resume service at CCA for 8:05 pm
Reminder: Our GPS link is at the top of this page. Whenever you need to know where the shuttles at, just click on the link above.
Passenger Usage Guidelines and Expectations
Passengers exit first: When bus doors open, always let the passengers inside exit first before attempting to board. Stand to the right or left of the doors to make room for persons that are exiting.
Single seat: One seat per person. If you have a bag or other carry-ons please hold them on your lap or place them under your seat without blocking the aisle. Don’t place them in the empty seat next to you, especially if other riders are looking for a seat.
Be respectful: Be courteous to your driver. Your safe transportation is their priority. They share in supporting your personal and academic success by granting you enhanced access to student transportation services. Thank you for helping them feel welcomed and appreciated.
Safety Regulations: Your safe transportation is a shared priority and we thank you for honoring the expectations below to assist H&L Charter in their requirement to adhere to county, state, and federal guidelines as a standard for operations:
- Cooperate with all driver announcements and instructions
- Will not obstruct any aisles
- Remain seated at all times
- Wear seat belts
- Be respectful at all times
- Shelled products (peanuts, sunflower seeds, etc)
- Glass bottles
- Kegs/party balls
- Smoking/vaping of ANY product
- Drugs/substances, or paraphernalia
- Weapons of any kind
- Items that are a violation of Pitzer’s Code of Student Conduct
Pitzer’s Code of Student Conduct:
All Pitzer students and their guests from The Claremont Colleges riding the Sagehen Shuttle are expected to comply with Pitzer’s Code of Student Conduct, published in the Pitzer Student Handbook.
Drivers have the right to refuse service to any prospective passengers who are publicly intoxicated and exhibiting belligerent, non-cooperative, or disruptive behavior that may impact the safety of others.
If a student appears to have violated a policy on the Sagehen Shuttle, the student conduct process is an integral part of the educational mission of the university and will be implemented. Incidents involving students from sister campuses will be reported to their Dean of Students.
Students, faculty, and staff can report concerns and issues to the Student Operations Services Supervisor Bryce Sternquist (Bryce_Sternquist@pitzer.edu) or by contacting Pitzer’s on-call dean via Campus Safety at 909-607-2000. Any rider with concerns during their shuttle ride may report concerns to the shuttle driver when it is safe to do so; please notify the shuttle driver immediately. Any COVID-19 related concerns can be reported.
H&L Charter Co., Inc. has taken enhanced health and safety measures for you and their employees. You must follow all given instructions while traveling with H & L Charter Co., Inc. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and even death. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and those with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By traveling with H & L Charter Co., Inc., the client and passengers voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. Join us by keeping each other healthy and practice the following:
It is mandatory that all passengers wear masks. Students needing access to a mask may get one at no cost from the Office of Student Affairs, Gold Student Center, or Office of Residence Life.
Please respect other passengers around you in regards to social distancing.
If you are sick, stay home. If you believe you have any COVID-19 related symptoms or exposure, immediate support is available.
Practice good hygiene and wash hands regularly.
The Sagehen Shuttle will NOT be in operation on the following dates:
Final day of operation for the Sagehen Shuttle
NO shuttle to CCA is offered in summer