IMPORTANT ALERTS – Danforth Campus

Spring Commencement Parking Details: May 19 – 20
More than 20,000 guests are expected to visit campus to attend WashU’s May Commencement and the Arts & Sciences Recognition Ceremony. Details about parking, shuttles, and how it will impact permit holders.

Shuttle Schedule Alert for May 20
On May 20, neighborhood shuttles will NOT be running until 3 p.m. This includes the Campus Circulator, DeBaliviere Place, Delmar Loop, Lewis Collaborative, Skinker-DeBaliviere and South Campus. These shuttles will be running on a continuous loop on campus between 6:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. for Spring Commencement. Learn more

Summer Shuttle Schedule: Begins May 12 
Starting May 12 through Aug. 28, neighborhood shuttles (DeBaliviere Place, Delmar Loop, Skinker-DeBaliviere, South Campus, Lewis Collaborative, and West Campus Shuttles), and the Campus Circulator, will run from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The Campus2Home shuttle will run 7 days a week and pick up at the top and bottom of the hour, from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. Learn more

2022 Campus Parking
Those parking on the Danforth Campus will need a 2021-2022 parking permit or pay to park in visitor designated spaces. This includes faculty, staff, graduate students and undergraduates with a sophomore or higher standing and basic service contractors.

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