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Student groups are so valuable, especially because of the role that they play in their larger communities. However, when arranging transportation for a group of college of university students, there’s inherent risk in asking everyone to drive themselves to and from your events. Arranging university buses or chartered buses is the safest way to organize transportation for your student group.
Bus.com is the best provider of bus rentals for student groups because our 24/7 support team is always on hand to help you overcome any logistical challenges. Our bus rental options are affordable, reliable, and will help you save time when planning your event.
Yes, most buses chartered through Bus.com comes with a vetted, professional driver. However, it is possible to rent a sprinter van that can be driven by a member of your group. Visit the sprinter van without driver page for more details.
While all coach bus rentals come equipped with a restroom, it is not the norm among any other vehicle type.
We would be happy to arrange an accessible bus rental for you. We just ask that you mention this in your booking as far in advance as possible so that we can arrange the perfect vehicle for you.
Yes. Bus.com has a long experience of handling complex itineraries, which include multiple states and even cross-country cooperation projects. If your teams are located in both the United States and Canada, you can still rely on Bus.com to be your single point of contact for the booking.
Bus.com’s support team is there for you 24/7. Please reach out by calling us 1-855-428-7266 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transportation can often become the biggest headache when organizing a field trip or college visit for students. That’s why, in addition to regular charter bus rentals, Bus.com also offers hassle-free shuttle services in almost every major city in the U.S. and Canada. We’ll work with you to design a custom itinerary for your students and you’ll be able to choose from a variety of bus types and sizes so that your group is comfortable and safe throughout your trip.Learn more
At many universities, GreekLife accounts for the largest collective student group on campus. Although students are separated into varying sorority houses for women and fraternity houses for men, GreekLife is undoubtedly one of the most popular student groups throughout the country. Members come to refer to one another as “brothers” or “sisters” because of the level of camaraderie and friendship facilitated through the participation in GreekLife.
Usually organized by specific schools within the context of a larger university system, case competitions provide students with exceptional opportunities to interface with students from other universities. In many cases, these competitions bring students together from all over the world to compete in settings designed to foster analytical abilities, critical thinking skills, presentation and persuasion techniques, and leadership skills.
Model UN training is designed for students that are studying politics, foreign affairs, international relations, and other majors related to diplomacy. In these settings, students have opportunities to role play as delegates participating on various simulated United Nations committees.
In recent years, hackathons have become more and more popular across university and college campuses, and it’s easy to see why. A hackathon is a great way to budding developers to hone in on their skills and make friendships at the same time.
In our world today, we can see many examples of how becoming entrenched in our beliefs blinds us to other viewpoints and perspectives. Debate clubs at universities throughout the world are designed to open students’ eyes to other viewpoints and provide healthy platforms for students to share ideas and debate solutions to some of our world’s most complex issues.
Many students that are interested in the performing arts start by joining a theater group or drama club, as they’re known on certain campuses. These groups provide students with opportunities to work on specific productions, as well as build their skills and confidence through acting exercises and classwork targeted to theatrical performance.
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Bus.com is here to help you and your group along every step of the way.