FGCU Emergency Management Advisory

Tropical Storm Ian - Advisory 4 | Sept. 25, 2022 | FGCU continues to monitor Tropical Storm Ian. Normal operations are planned Monday, Sept. 26, for all employees and students.Learn more: fgcu.edu/emergencymanagement.

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Getting Around

Even if you drive a car to campus, check out these other wallet-friendly options to get here, then get around once you are here

Shuttles

Campus Shuttles

The Eagle Express runs between the main campus and FGCU residential housing areas when fall and spring classes are in session. Direct questions or report issues to Business Services at businessservices@fgcu.edu

Gulf Coast Town Center operates a free shuttle service for students when classes are in session during Fall and Spring. Students get on the shuttle at Palmetto Hall in SoVi or the Ackert Community Center building in NLV. Shuttle stops at at the Regal Cinema and at Target. Please note: The GCTC shuttle does not run in Summer or during Final Exams Week.

Lee Tran Buses

Local Bus Service

Visit LeeTran LeeTran operates public bus and trolley service throughout Lee County. Its 22 routes extend from North Fort Myers to Collier County, and Fort Myers Beach to Lehigh Acres. Route 60 serves FGCU’s campus.

Students may ride at a discounted fare with a special LeeTran student ID available at LeeTran’s Rosa Parks Transfer Center, located at 2250 Peck St. or their headquarters at 3401 Metro Parkway in Fort Myers.

 

E-Scooters

FGCU has partnered with The GOAT Guys, a locally owned micro-mobility company, to provide e-scooters on campus.

For more scooter information, please visit The GOAT Guys website. Questions can be directed to hello@thegoatguys.com

Goat Scooters Lined Up at The Boardwalk

FGCU Bike Loan

FGCU students can borrow a bike for up to a week at a time for free via the Pedal Power Bike Loan program. Visit Campus Recreation's webpage to learn more. Get a free Lee County Bike Map and check out BikeWalkLee’s resources and suggested bike routes. 

Campus Rec

Carpooling

Commute Connector is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation focused on improving shared mobility in southwestern Florida. Download the free Commute Connector mobile app to find a carpool group. Track your trips in the mobile app to earn rewards, too.

Download the Commute Connector App

Carpooling