A planned maintenance window to perform upgrades to the Colleague system beginning 12 a.m. Monday, October 2, will affect certain IT systems. Details on impacted systems are available.
Walking and biking are the healthiest of the alternative transportation options – good for your health and for the environment. If you're too far away from your destination, consider walking or biking to the closest bus stop and using Bikes on Buses.
Raleigh and Cary are both designated as Bicycle Friendly Communities by the League of American Cyclists, so some Wake Tech campuses are in bicycle-friendly areas. Scott Northern Wake Campus backs up to the Neuse River Greenway, and Perry Health Sciences Campus is easily accessible to the Crabtree Creek Greenway.
If you're nervous about trying to bike to or from one of these campuses, join us on one of our greenway rides highlighting cycling as a mode of commuting. The rides are usually held in October and May. Wake Tech also has installed a bike work stand at the Scott Northern Wake Campus to encourage cycling on the campus.
Cyclists pose for a picture before embarking on a Neuse River Greenway ride sponsored by Green Trek.
Members of the Facilities Operations Department stand next to a bike repair stand near the entrance to the Neuse River Greenway on the Scott Northern Wake Campus.
You don't have to commute by biking or walking to Wake Tech if it doesn’t make sense for you, but you can take advantage of these options in other aspects of your life. The Triangle region has many wonderful resources, events and options for cyclists and pedestrians. To learn more, visit any of the following sites: