Pierce College does not provide transportation to or from the campus. Most students use public transportation or other means of transport, and some students use a service called City Ride which provides door-to-door service to Pierce College and other destinations (refer to the Community Resource section of the handbook). There are five places on campus that City Ride uses for drop off and pick up. Refer to the map at the end of the handbook for those locations.
Classroom Location Assistance
Students with a visual or mobility impairment can get help finding classrooms at the beginning of each semester. We recommend that students make an appointment and come in the week before school starts.
Personal Attendant Care
Pierce College is prohibited by law (section 504 and AB 803 and Title V regulations) from providing personal care to any student. This care includes, but is not limited to, assistance in pushing a student's wheelchair, toileting, eating, administering drugs or any other health or medical needs. Each student is responsible for hiring and paying for personal attendant care. (See "Personal Attendant Policy")