Southeast's transit systems get students to where they need to go on and off campus.
Southeast's Red and Green shuttles transport students to different stops on the main campus, while the River Campus shuttle takes students to and from River Campus with a stop in downtown Cape at the Catapult Creative House and Rust Center for Media.
Find Your Ride
The W.I.N.G.S shuttle takes students needing transportation to business areas in Cape Girardeau. The shuttle repeats a route every hour during specified times with designated stops to drop off and pick up students.
Buildings & Offices Accessible from Shuttle Stops
Kent Library, Houck, Dearmont Hall
Show Me Center, Dps, Greek Village, Intramural Fields
Grauel, Pacific Hall, Crisp, Center For Speech and Hearing
Serena, Memorial, Academic
North Rec. Center, Show Me Center, Aquatic Center
University Center, Kent Library, Vandiver Hall, Merick Hall, Myers Hall
Parker and Scully
Dempster, Rhodes, Parker, Scully
Academic and Carnahan
Academic, Serena, Brandt, Carnahan, Crisp
Seminary, Cultural Arts Center, Dobbins Hall
Polytech and LaFerla
Rosengarten, Johnson, Magill, Rhodes, Seabaugh Polytech, LaFeria Hall
Wehking Alumni, Houck, and CTA
Wehking Alumni Center, Redhawk Success Center, Southeast innovation Center, CTA, Houck
Catapult Creative House 612 Broadway
Greek Hill, Towers Complex
Kent library, University Center, Vandiver Hall, Myers Hall, Merick Hall
Myers Hall, Merick Hall, Vandiver Hall
Southeast takes steps to make your shuttle experience safe. You can do your part by learning shuttle passenger guidelines.
Public Rights Under Title VI
Southeast Missouri State University Transit Service operates its programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.