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Pass Type Cost Where to Get
Regular Pass No charge for registered students. Cashier's Office
Metro Pass $25 for registered students Cashier's Office
Daily Pass No charge for registered students. Parking & Transportation
Daily $1 Pass $1 per day for visitors and others not enrolled at UMSL

Parking & Transportation
44 Campus Police Bldg.

Motorcycle Pass No charge for registered students. Cashier's Office
Replacement Pass Free if trading in old pass. $25 if not in possession of original pass. Cashier's Office

Have a Pass Mailed

Students may elect to have one parking permit and/or Metro Pass mailed to the local address listed on their student account. Students who prefer this option must complete a Shipping Request Form. If additional permits are desired, they must be picked up in person at the Cashier's Office, 285 Millennium Student Center. The cost of this service is $5.00 and will be added to the student's account.

Student Metro Passes

Metro Passes are available for $25.00 for all students registered in the current semester.  The pass allows for unlimited access to Metro services during the semester.

Replacements for lost or stolen Metro passes are limited to one per term at a cost of $25.00.

Metro Pass Questions and Answers

If I am not enrolled in courses this semester, can I still obtain a Metro Pass?
No, students must be currently enrolled in the current semester to receive a Metro Pass.

Is the pass valid on both Metrobus and Metrolink?
Yes, you are able to use your pass for both services. You must sign the back of the pass and have your student id in order for the pass to be considered valid. Additionally, the dates of validity on the pass should be legible.  

What about Call-A-Ride Service?
Students who need to utilize Call-A-Ride Services must be registered with Disability Access Services (DAS) and be certified through Metro’s Call-A-Ride Office. Please contact DAS at (314) 516-6554 to learn how to become certified for Call-A-Ride service.

Can I loan my pass to another person?
Loaning passes to others is an inappropriate use of the pass. Students caught loaning their passes to others risk losing their pass and the ability to obtain a pass in the future.