Metro Transit is currently running reduced routes including no access to campus from Route 68.
For the most up to date information on utilizing Metro Transit to get to campus, please review Metro Transit's website or call 612-373-3333. At this time, Metro Transit recommends using Transit Link to get to campus.
Transit Link is a curb-to-curb, shared-ride minibus or van service for the general public that operates weekdays throughout the seven-county metro area.
Learn more at Transit Link.
Inver Hills Community College is a bus stop within the Metro Transit system.
Metro Transit information:
Metro Transit bus routes and schedules for Inver Hills Community College:
You can also find Metro Transit bus and METRO Green Line schedules at the Welcome Desk in the College Center.
If you ride a bike, Metro Transit has solutions that let you take advantage of bus and train travel opportunities. Visit Metro Transit: Bicycle to learn more.
Metro Transit offers transit passes through employers, schools and organizations. Passes provide faster boarding, seamless transfers and balance protection; passes are valid for unlimited rides on bus and METRO lines.
Inver Hills is a participating college in College Pass, a cost-savvy, climate-aware way to travel for school, work or fun for $175 or less per semester. As an Inver Hills student, you are eligible for unlimited rides on buses and trains for an entire semester. You can pick up your pass at the College Bookstore located on the lower level of the College Center.
If you work for an employer that is enrolled in Metropass, you get unlimited access to all regional buses and trains for $76 per month—even less if your company or organization offers pre-tax benefits or subsidizes your pass.
Ridematching with Metro Transit is smart in so many ways:
Parking is available on campus for students, staff members and visitors. You do not need a special permit. You may park in any parking space not marked as reserved. Well-defined parking regulations are enforced by the Inver Grove Heights Police Department. Reserved parking is available in the Liberal Arts and Fine Arts lots. Individuals with State of Minnesota Handicapped Parking Certificates may park in either the College Center or Fine Arts lots.
Parking fees are included as part of your tuition/fees assessment per credit. Staff members also pay a parking fee. Parking fees may be waived by completing a Parking User Fee Exemption Request form available from the Business Office. To qualify for the exemption, the student or staff member must: