ASFC VTA SmartPass
How to Get Your Pass
Visit the ASFC Welcome Center to pick up your Clipper card with the VTA SmartPass.
VTA resumed bus service to the Foothill campus for routes 40 & 52 August, 2021.
Thank you for choosing Foothill College to pursue your academic career. As a Foothill student, you can enjoy unlimited rides on VTA bus and light rail lines.
You must be enrolled in class(es) for the current quarter in order to request a VTA
SmartPass Clipper card.
Follow These Steps...
|1||Register for classes
||Go to MyPortal to register for your classes. You will be automatically charged a mandatory SmartPass fee - See Fees.|
|2||Get Your Personalized Clipper card||You must get your personalized Clipper card from the Smart Shop. Keep this card, it is valid for multiple quarters and for life beyond Foothill College.|
|3||Register Your Clipper card online with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)||Go to www.clippercard.com and click on the "Register a card" link on the top left side of the page. You will need to create a My Clipper account. If you do not register your card and you lose it you will lose all non-SmartPass values you have placed on the card. If you place other values on to the Clipper card you will be able to use it for multiple transit agencies.|
|4||Enjoy Unlimited Rides on VTA Buses and Light Rail within Santa Clara County||See VTA routes to Foothill that travel from where you live and work. The SmartPass on your Clipper card will
be valid for the following periods of each quarter. As long as you are enrolled in
classes you will be able to enjoy unlimited ridership. Simply tag your Clipper card
next to the fare box when entering the bus/light rail.
The SmartPass is for currently enrolled Foothill students only. Any other use constitutes fraud.
|5||Got questions not answered here?||See our Frequently Asked Questions page.|
ASFC Welcome Center (formerly ASFC Smart Shop)
Campus Center, Building 2000 Upper Level Room 2016
IN-PERSON OFFICE HOURS
REGULAR SUMMER HOURS
Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.– 5 p.m.
Monday, July 4