Vehicle Information Overview

 

Important dates

Spring

Tuesday, January 15 Classes begin
Monday, January 21

First day vehicles available for use

Thursday, March 7 Last day to use vehicles before Mid-Term Break - MUST be returned by 3:00 p.m.
March 8-17 Mid-Term Break – Limited vehicle use by special permission only
Thursday, April 18 Last day to use vehicles before Easter Break- MUST be returned by 3:00pm
April 19-22 Easter Break
Wednesday, May 1 Last day vehicles are available for the Spring Term

Vehicle Request Form

2018–19 Vehicle Rental Availability Calendar

Community Engagement Transportation Options

There are several transportation options available to faculty and students who wish to participate in service learning, research, volunteer work and civic programs/projects within the surrounding community (community learning).

PERSONAL VEHICLE

Students may use their personal vehicle. Note: personal insurance coverage is primary. A Student Driving Personal Vehicle on University Business waiver must be completed and sent to Barb Davy, Risk Manager, 574-631-6975 or Barbara.A.Davey.1@nd.edu prior to driving to the community learning location.

WALK OR BICYCLE

If the community learning location is within two miles of campus, the community learning commitment is during daylight hours and the weather is clear, walking or biking is encouraged.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

Public transportation within the local community is free to all ND students, faculty, and staff who show their Notre Dame ID. Buses come to campus on a regular schedule and several community partner sites are on the bus route. Visit sbtranspo.com to find routes and schedules.

CENTER FOR SOCIAL CONCERNS VEHICLES

The Center for Social Concerns (CSC) owns a limited number of vehicles which may be requested by students and faculty, free of charge, for participation in community learning activities.  

UNIVERSITY FLEET/RENTAL VEHICLES

The University owns a fleet of vehicles that may be made available for rent to students and faculty for community learning if a CSC vehicle is not available. The center facilitates the reservation and pays the rental fee for the vehicles.
Students and faculty are asked to utilize the mode of transportation that is most environmentally sustainable (e.g. walking, biking, public transportation) whenever possible. Those who request to use a CSC/University fleet vehicle for community learning must comply with all applicable local laws and regulations, University policies and CSC vehicle policies and procedures.

Process to Request and Drive CSC Vehicles

CSC Vehicle Usage Policy and Procedures

Cancellation/Rescheduling

Emergencies/Damage

 

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Upcoming Events

June 2019

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Community Engagement Faculty Institute
Tuesday, June 4, 2019 (All day) to Thursday, June 6, 2019 (All day)

August 2019

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