Social Justice Transit Fund
Receive public transportation passes to and from social justice activism events and opportunities.
The Social Justice Transit Fund provides SEPTA passes to cover local public transportation to enable student participation in one-off social justice activism and learning. For recurring transportation needs, please apply through the Community Engagement fund or request reimbursements through the OSCC.
Passes can be used for travel via Norristown Highspeed Line, buses, Market-Frankford Line, trolleys, and Broad Street Line only. Passes are available for pick up:
Mondays: 2:30-5pm, Stokes 104 (CPGC Cafe)
Tuesdays: 2:30-5pm, Stokes 104 (CPGC Cafe)
Wednesdays: 2:30-5pm, Stokes 104 (CPGC Cafe)
Thursdays: 2:30-5pm, Stokes 104 (CPGC Cafe)
Fridays: 1-4pm, Stokes 022 (Student Engagement Office)
Only one roundtrip pass per student, per event. If a group would like passes, all members of the group must come to the distributing office to pick up their own passes.
Before picking up your passes, please make sure you know the following information:
- Name & date of event.
- A brief description of how this event meets the criteria of "social justice activism and learning."
The Social Justice Transit Fund is intended to be in support of participation in events that increase awareness, spread education, and demonstrate support for particular issues, populations, or ideas consistent with the CPGC’s mission to advance peace, social justice, and global citizenship. CPGC funding may not, however, be utilized to advance lobbying or activism on specific pieces of legislation or for or against specific candidates or office holders.