All Access College Transit Pass
CharmCard College Transit Pass pilot ends August 31, 2017. Click [here] for more details.
Pay Less, See More.
The MTA All Access College Transit Pass allows students currently taking classes at participating Maryland area colleges, universities, trade and technical schools to purchase a monthly pass for $52.90.
Whether you take MTA to school, shopping, sightseeing, nightlife, sporting events, and more, your All Access College Transit Pass will help you enjoy the freedom of unlimited, discounted travel throughout the Baltimore Metropolitan area.
Who can sign up for the MTA All Access College Transit Pass?
The pass is available through schools that are enrolled in the program. If your school participates in the program, find out how to enroll from your school administration.
The All Access College Transit Pass is not available to individual students if their school has not enrolled. Ask your school to contact the MTA Office of Communications & Marketing at 410-767-8755 for information and how to sign-up. It’s easy to join!
Where can I use the pass?
The MTA All Access College Transit Pass is valid on MTA CityLink, LocalLink, Light RailLink, and Metro SubwayLink for unlimited use during an entire month!
The pass is also valid on MTA's Express BusLink service for an additional $0.50 fee per trip.
The MTA All Access College Transit Pass is not accepted on MARC Train service. For MARC student discounts, see http://www.studentadvantage.com/discountcard/.
Where can I buy an All Access College Transit Pass?
Passes are only sold on-site at participating schools. Passes are not sold at the MTA Transit Store or MTA pass sales locations. Please note that the MTA All Access College Transit Pass is a monthly pass. There are no daily discount fares for college students.
What are the participating schools and on-campus sales locations?
All State Career (Office)
America Career Institute
Anne Arundel Community College (Bookstore)
Baltimore City Community College – Liberty & Harbor Campuses (Cashier’s Office)
Baltimore Healthcare Access
Baltimore International College (Accounting Office)
Baltimore School of Massage (Career Services Office)
Baltimore Studio of Hair Design (Office)
Catonsville Community College (Bookstore)
College of Notre Dame of Maryland (Student Life Center)
Coppin State College (Cashier’s Booth)
Community College of Baltimore County – Dundalk (Bookstore)
Essex Community College (Bookstore)
ITT Technical Institute - Owings Mills (Reception Desk)
Johns Hopkins University – Homewood Campus (Garland Hall)
Johns Hopkins University – School of Medicine (Office of Financial Affairs)
Johns Hopkins University – School of Nursing (Student Accounts)
Johns Hopkins University – School of Public Health (Business Office)
Johns Hopkins University – School of Radiology (8 Market Place)
Lincoln Tech Institute (Office)
Loyola University Maryland, 4501 North Charles St.
Medix School - Towson (Front Office)
Medix School - Woodlawn (Front Office)
Morgan State University (New Student Center)
North American Trade Schools – Security Blvd. (School Office)
Sojourner Douglass College (Bursar’s Office)
TESST College – Caton Ave. (Front Office)
TESST College – Towson ( Business Office)
Towson University (University Ticket Office)
University of Baltimore (Business Office)
University of Maryland at Baltimore (Parking Services)
University of Maryland, Baltimore County - UMBC (The Commons, Ste 309)
Stevenson University (Student Union)
Who is eligible to purchase an All Access College Transit Pass?
- Students must be taking a minimum of six credit or non-credit hours per week at the time of purchase to be eligible (three hours per week during summer months and winter inter-session). Students not enrolled and not taking classes during the month of purchase are not eligible to purchase a pass for that month. During this time, a monthly pass at the $72 regular price can be purchased.
- For technical or vocational schools, students must be enrolled at least half-time at the time of purchase to be eligible.
- Students not taking classes during a month are not eligible to purchase a pass during this period, even though they may be enrolled in work-study or working on campus.
- Students should be prepared to show a valid student ID and class schedule when purchasing a pass. Your school will require these items before a pass is issued, as your school is required to check current student status. A student may only purchase a pass for him or herself. Passes cannot be purchased for family, friends, or other students.
- Faculty, school staff, or school administration are not eligible to purchase an MTA All Access College Transit pass.
- A student ID must be available for inspection whenever riding MTA services.