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PART is the regional bus system connecting the major cities of the Piedmont and bringing people from the outlying counties into the urban areas. 14 PART Express Routes are offered during weekdays with 2 Routes running on the weekend. PART vehicles drive 60,000 revenue miles per year. There are 23 Park & Ride lots scattered across the Piedmont Triad. PART served 544,061 passenger trips in FY ’09 with an average length of 26 miles.
Randolph Community College has no dormitory facilities. Students who must live away from home must make their own housing arrangements. The College takes no responsibility for locating or supervising student housing. Students are encouraged to use campus bulletin boards, local newspapers and realtors as aids in obtaining housing.
Randolph County has several hotels and bed & breakfast inns to choose from if you are planning a visit to the campus. For an up-to-date list, go to heartofnorthcarolina.com/places-to-stay.