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NJ Transit Student Pass: 25% discount on monthly student mobile cards

New to the mobile student program?

Getting started is easy.

  1. Sign in to the Columbia web portal to confirm your affiliation and sign up
  2. Fill out all required fields in the registration form
  3. Confirm your full-time status and the student's email address (.edu)
  4. Download the NJ TRANSIT app and purchase your Mobile Student Monthly Pass

After you have signed up, you can purchase the discounted student pass directly from the NJ TRANSIT mobile app. Passes can be used from the 19ththeof the previous month up to the 10ththeof the month in which the pass is valid.

Existing monthly Mobile Student users

If you are already a Mobile Student Monthly customer, you will need to reactivate your account at the beginning of each semester. Here's how:

  1. Sign in to the Columbia web portal to reactivate your account
  2. Log into NJ TRANSIT with your student email (.edu) and password
  3. Confirm your full-time status and the student's email address
  4. Buy your Mobile Student Monthly Pass

Why monthly student cards?

Mobile passes offer the convenience of buying and viewing your student monthly pass on your mobile device. There's no need to prepay or wait for a paper ticket in the mail. Buy at will.

It is important to remember:

  • Download the NJ TRANSIT app
  • Open the app and tap BUY
  • Log in with your .edu email and password
  • Choose a student monthly pass and pay for it in the app
  • Monthly tickets are available from the 19ththeof the previous month up to the 10ththeof the month the pass is valid
  • On the 1st of the month, your student pass will be displayed in the app

Students participating in this program agree that the monthly pass is for their exclusive use only. Every student is entitled to a discounted monthly ticket. Passes are not transferable. Any abuse or willful deception will result in the termination of the student's monthly card account and the student will no longer be able to participate in the program in the future. This also applies to all other students who are knowingly involved.

If you have any questions about reactivating your account, contact Quik-Tik at 1-866-QUIK-TIK.

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