Transit

Coronavirus

All passengers are REQUIRED to wear a nose & mouth covering. Don't ride if symptomatic or quarantined or if exposed to anyone who tested positive.

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  • Departures
  • Directions

UMass Transit operates PVTA buses, Special Transportation vans, Field Trip vehicles, and Meet and Greet sedans. We're committed to providing safe, efficient, and sustainable mobility for over 18,000 riders daily. 

Now Hiring!

Though UMass has moved to remote instruction for the fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19, our training program remains on track.  

Are you a UMass student? Do you love driving? Join the team that moves UMass!

Drivers start at $16.25 per hour!

  • Pay raises every semester
  • Promotional positions with even higher pay and real-world supervisory and management experience
  • Excellent resume material
  • Flexible work schedules (optimized for students)
  • We pay for your Class B Commercial Driver's License (CDL), train you, and pay you while you're being trained 
  • It's fun!

Apply today!

  • Notes:
    • Trainees earn $12.75 per hour and move to $16.25 after completing training
    • Must be a UMass student with at least 6 credits per semester and willing to work at least 15 hours a week

Supervisory, Management, & Technical Experience

We pride ourselves in being a student-run organization! Drivers are eligible for promotion to a variety of student positions:

  • Dispatch
  • Driver Supervision
  • Safety and Training
  • Recruitment and Hiring
  • Service
  • Operations
  • Marketing
  • Administration
  • Field Trip
  • Special Transportation
  • Special Projects
  • Planning and Analysis
  • Software Development
  • Information Technology

Whatever your career interests, you'll gain valuable real-world experience for your resume! Apply today!

Transit Graduates
Transit Commencement Team

parking@umass.edu
(413) 577-PARK (7275)

     

transit@umass.edu
(413) 545-0056

     

transport@umass.edu
(413) 545-4682