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Getting to Campus

Parking and transportation

Campus Parking and Transportation

On-campus parking for law students is available on the Minneapolis campus in the 11th St. and Harmon Place ramp for an hourly/daily fee or by purchasing a permit. There are also metered street parking spots surrounding campus and near-by non-St. Thomas parking ramps available.

Members of the St. Thomas community are also encouraged to consider sustainable transportation to-and-from campus, including walking, riding a bicycle, taking the city bus or even joining a carpool.

St. Thomas Law School

11th St. and Harmon Place Ramp

Commuter Parking Permits

Students who are registered for at least six graduate credit hours for classes in Minneapolis and who are on campus between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. can purchase a parking permit for the Minneapolis 11th St. and Harmon Place parking ramp. Others may park in the ramp for a daily or hourly rate.

students board bus

Traveling from Minneapolis to St. Paul

Campus Shuttle

St. Thomas operates a free campus shuttle bus that transports students, faculty and staff between the St. Paul campus and the Minneapolis campus (where the School of Law is located). This is the most convenient and affordable way to get between the two campuses.

Additional Transportation Options

Metro Transit Buses or Light Rail

The Minneapolis campus is well-connected to the surrounding metro area through multiple Metro Transit bus and light rail routes. Students who are registered for any number of credits are eligible to purchase a Student College MetroPass for a discounted rate.

The pass allows you to take unlimited rides on all Metro Transit buses and the light rail system for the entire semester.

Bus to Campus

Ride a Bike

Riding a bicycle is an excellent way to get to and from campus. Minneapolis has miles of paved bicycle trails. The law school has a bike rack outside the main entrance and a repair station is located in front of Schulze Hall.
Bike to Campus