United States, Pennsylvania

Founded in 1964, Bucks County Community College is a two-year community college located in Bucks County near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The college provides courses through classroom-based face-to-face teaching because e-learning courses provide a completely online mode that combines face-to-face teaching with online learning. The college offers more than 90 courses of study, enabling students to transfer to a four-year college to obtain a two-year associate degree or obtain a professional certificate. The college is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Bucks County Community College defines diversity as demographic differences and understands how these differences enhance the higher education experience of students, faculty, staff, administrators, and managers. Diversity, fairness, and inclusion are integral parts of the university’s goals, which aim to provide the students with accessible, affordable, high-quality educational opportunities. The Bucks will continue to be committed to diversity, fairness, and inclusiveness while maintaining excellence in student recruitment, faculty, and staff recruitment and development. The learning environment encourages diverse and active participation among students, faculty and staff, and the entire community.

Campus Life

Bucks can easily achieve student goals through the Newtown campus in Taylor Park, the upper Bucks campus in the scenic Perkasie, the prosperous Lower Bucks Campus in Bristol, and the courses offered online through our online campus. The facilities provided by the Newton campus include libraries, computer laboratories, science laboratories, teleconference centers, art studios and studios, TV studios, auditoriums, fitness centers, and gymnasiums. At the Lower Bucks campus, students can complete associate degree courses in business administration, criminal justice, humanities, radiography, and medical laboratory technicians, as well as certificate courses in bloodletting. The Lower Bucks campus also provides continuing education, workforce development training, and related health programs, such as registered nurse assistant training. The Upper Bucks campus provides a variety of academic and student services to make it easy for local residents to achieve their educational goals. Whether students are looking for personalized training for employees, seeking degree opportunities, or developing their own personal skills, Bucks will provide courses, courses, vocational training, technology, and facilities that suit your needs.

Noted Alumni

Some of the well-known alumni of Bucks County Community College are an actor and popular American singer Anatoliy Vladimirovich "Anthony" Fedorov, Patrick Joseph Murphy an American politician and attorney who served as the 33rd United States Under Secretary of the Army, Aaron Dugan a guitarist, composer, and famous songwriter, an American sports media personality Steve Duemig, John T. Galloway a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, and an American actor and acting instructor Thomas G. Waites.