|HUSKIE LINE SERVICE SCHEDULE 2018
|FALL SEMESTER 2018
|July 1 - August 19
|August 20 - August 26
||Core Routes Begin - Break Service Continues
|August 27 - September 2
||Classes Begin - Normal Service
||Labor Day (University Closed) - Break Service
|September 4 - November 20
|November 21 - November 25
||Thanksgiving Break - No Service
|November 26 - December 14
|December 15 - December 23
|December 24 - January 1
||Winter Break - No Service
NIU Students, Staff, and Faculty ride free IF they present their current NIU One Card. (See below for I.D. policy)
Current fare rate: .50 cents (EXACT CHANGE ONLY)
Children under 5 years age ride free with an adult.
SUGGESTIONS OR COMPLAINTS
The Mass Transit Board is continually trying to improve the Huskie Line Bus System and welcomes your suggestions and complaints at: 815-758-6900. Address your suggestions to the Student Association Mass Transit Director at: 815-753-9917.
The student Association Huskie Bus System is funded by NIU student fees and fairbox revenues. All bus system routes and policies are established by the Student Association Mass Transit Board. For information on the bus system, route, or schedule contact:
||Mass Transit Board Chair:
|NIU Student Association:
||City of DeKalb:
OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS
||HSC Information Desk:
|HSC Book Store:
||Registration and Records:
|Student Association Office:
||Campus Phone Directory:
||Hotel Front Desk:
|Fire and Ambulance
HUSKIE LINE STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARD POLICY:
- All passengers entering the Huskie Buses are required to display an NIU OneCard card, ELS card, or put the currently approved fare into the fare box. This rule applies to any route which the SA Mass Transit Board chooses. Fare amount and routes are subject to change without notice.
- A student class schedule WILL NOT be accepted in lieu of a student identification card.
- Drivers shall ensure that a student NIU OneCard card is displayed by each person entering the bus. Anyone failing to display their card will be instructed to deposit the appropriate fare in the fare box or leave the bus. A failure to comply with this will result in the Huskie Line supervisor being contacted, and if necessary the University Police.