DVC has two campuses: Pleasant Hill and San Ramon. We also now offer many online opportunities.
Parking at the San Ramon campus is free, and no permit is required.
Parking at the Pleasant Hill campus for the fall semester 2022 will require a physical semester permit or daily permit. Semester permits must be displayed in plain view with all numbers and markings clearly visible.
Failure to obtain a valid parking permit will result in a citation. For help with your permit, call 1-800-700-4417 or visit MyCampusPermit.com.
Students, staff and faculty will need to provide their vehicle License Plate Number, Make, Model, and Color of the vehicle. If you will be driving a different vehicle during the FALL TERM, you will need to update your vehicle information HERE or call 1-800-700-4417 BEFORE parking on campus.
Please contact My Campus Permit at 1-800-700-4417 for questions or call the Police Department Parking Officer for your campus if you have any concerns regarding parking on campus.
Download the free transit app to see all real-time transit options near you.
Get to school faster and cheaper in a carpool. Two+ riders can enjoy Highway 4 carpool lanes and free access in 680 HOV lanes (Fastrak tags required on 680). Find carpool partners with free apps like Scoop, Waze-Carpool, Duet, Lyft, or UberPool.
County Connection provides frequent service to DVC from BART and local communities on Routes 9, 18, 20, and 28. Bus fare is $2.00 with Clipper, or $2.50 cash. County Connection offers a 31-Day Local Pass for $60 on Clipper.
Pledge to try transit as an alternative to driving alone to/from campus and get a free pre-loaded $20 Clipper Card from 511 Contra Costa. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 9 units to be eligible for this incentive. Apply today!
Bike racks are located at various locations around campus. Bikes are allowed on BART (read bike rules on BART) and County Connection (read bike rules on buses). The Contra Costa Canal Trail is a Class I multi-use trail adjacent to DVC and connects Pleasant Hill with Martinez, Walnut Creek, and Concord. Class I and II Electric Bikes are allowed on both the Canal and Iron Horse Trails (15 mph speed limit). The 511CC Bike Mapper offers route planning with options.
Available for people who work in Contra Costa County, the Guaranteed Ride Home Program provides up to six free rides home (Lyft/Uber/taxi) for people who commute
via public transit, carpool, vanpool, biking or walking. Preregistration is required.
For more transportation information, stop by the Student Life Office or visit 511 Contra Costa.