The UMC and The Connection have reduced hours over spring break, and will be closed Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1.
Your safe and free alternative to walking alone after dark.
CU NightRide is CU Boulder’s student-operated safe-ride service that allows you to request free, evening transportation to and from any location within Boulder city limits. Whether you need to travel across campus or to a neighborhood off-campus, CU NightRide student drivers can get you there. CU NightRide is available to current CU Boulder students, faculty and staff.
How to request a ride
- Download the CU NightRide app from the Apple App Store or Google Play
- Select “Log In with CU”
- Enter your IdentiKey and password and tap “Login”
- Enter your phone number and tap “Confirm”
- Request your ride!
Learn more about the CU NightRide app →
CU NightRide has an accessible ADA service van as part of its fleet!
Our drivers are trained in how to secure passengers safely. If you would like to utilize this service, please request it through the CU NightRide app or call our dispatch office at 303-492-7233.
Rules of the road
CU NightRide vehicles now have the following health and wellness items available at no cost to riders: bandaids, condoms, tampons/pads, tissues, throw up bags and sanitizing wipes.
Need additional resources or access to harm-reduction supplies (i.e. fentanyl test strips, naloxone)? Visit Wardenburg Health Center, room 346.