Save money and don’t waste time looking for parking- take COTA, bike, scoot, or carpool! There are so many ways to get to Columbus State.
Student Emergency Transportation Fund
While supplies last, currently enrolled Columbus State student are eligible to receive emergency transportation assistance in the form of a one-day bus pass or $15 gas card once per term. Support is available at the Columbus (downtown) & Delaware campuses as well as the Dublin & Westerville regional learning centers. View information below on how to access support at your location of choice.
Student Advocacy Center Front Desk
WD 1018 - Grove Street entrance
*please note this office closes for lunch from noon until 1pm
5100 Cornerstone Dr.
Delaware, OH 43015
33 Collegeview Rd. Westerville, OH 43081
6805 Bobcat Way Dublin, OH 43016
Public Transit & Rideshare
Offers 43 routes and serves 562 sq. miles of Central Ohio with service!
- Discounted COTA Fares
offers origin-to-destination rides for people whose functional limitations prevent them from riding COTA’s fixed route buses.
- COTA bus passes may be purchased at Columbus State's Bookstore Customer Care Center with Financial Aid funds.
CoGo is Columbus' bike share system, with 80+ stations and 600+ bikes across the city. It’s a fun, affordable and convenient way to get around.
- CoGo For All is available to Columbus residents aged 18 and older receiving SNAP (WIC EBT and EBT), FAFSA, or a discounted utility bill.
Delaware County Transit transportation services currently include Demand Response and FLEX Route with Paratransit service for those individuals that have been certified. Other Services, including services for individuals with special needs, are available.
Impact Community Action
Car Repair Assistance has a maximum benefit of $500. This assistance will be provided in the form of a voucher that is used to pay for auto repairs at an IMPACT-approved auto shop. Payment will be made once IMPACT receives proof that any outstanding balance beyond this amount has been paid.