Shuffle car (copy)

A Shuffle mobile on Elm Ave. Oct. 23.

OU Student Affairs is offering free rides through a ride-sharing service to students from now until Jan. 26.

According to a previous article by The Daily, Shuffle is an electronic transportation option where students can share a ride with others to a location either on OU’s campus or on Campus Corner. Students can try out the service for free by either requesting a ride through Shuffle’s app, or by simply waving down any Shuffle vehicle.

After the free trial period expires, students can buy a Shuffle Ride Pass, or use their credit or debit card to pay once onboard the vehicles. According to the email, parents may purchase rides for students by emailing

Shuffle provides electric rides in the campus area for $2 per ride. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Thursday through Saturday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. The service map is available on its website

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