Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from the college. Bus transportation is available via the Westmoreland County Transit Authority and schedules can be obtained by calling 1.800.834.WCTA.
Ride sharing is encouraged and registered carpools are eligible to use specific parking spots on campus. Students needing rides and those willing to provide rides are encouraged to use the college’s partnership with Commute-Info, a program that helps Southwestern Pennsylvania residents find ways to share rides and use transit systems.
The Westmoreland County Transit Authority has been responsible for providing public bus service in Westmoreland County since 1978.
WCCC's Youngwood campus and the WCCC Advanced Technology Center are serviced by Route 8.
For more information and a full list of schedules, please visit the Westmoreland County Transit Authority website.
Free and ample parking is available for students at the Youngwood campus and the education centers. Students may park only in designated areas. Illegally parked cars will be ticketed and fined. Consistent violators may have grades withheld and be unable to register for additional classes until fines are paid.
Disabled Student Parking
Students who wish to use the disabled student parking areas must have either a valid handicap license plate from the state or a state-issued plaque indicating the individual has a disability. A temporary WCCC permit may be issued for short-term use only. Students may call the Student Development Office at 724.925.4057 to discuss individual needs.
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission's CommuteInfo program is coordinated in partnership with transportation management associations, transportation providers, businesses, and non-profit service organizations throughout Southwestern PA. The CommuteInfo program is designed to increase the number of people who travel to work or school by riding transit, carpooling, vanpooling, or bikepooling.