The clue to this appears to be in the July 2009 report from NUS Office of Environmental Sustainability, "Study of Green Transport in NUS," by Tong Yiu Yan. The report set out to identify routes in Kent Ridge campus suitable to promote cycling or green transport options.
The second of two routes identified is from Kent Ridge MRT to the student centre at Yusok Ishak House, along Lower Kent Ridge Road.
It is not clear if this suggests cyclists travel on pedestrian paths, or if to share the road. Read the report in the NUS OES Cycling Master Plan webpage.
Update (02 Feb 2013): Yiu Yan clarifies:
"Hi Siva,Thanks Yiu Yan!
one of the angles of the study was to access the gradients of the sections of possible routes: red being the steepest & green the easiest.
So cycling routes should avoid the red parts as much as possible. Given that it is mostly concentrated in the centre, a peripheral loop around the campus may work. A well designed "Circle Line" with trails leading inwards to various Schools can be considered.
Whether to share the route with vehicles or to dedicate a cycling path was not considered in the study. Hope this clarifies, thanks!"