Fall courses begin August 22! From cybersecurity to culinary, criminal justice, art and more, BUCKS has something for everyone!
Learn, grow and succeed at Bucks! With modern facilities on beautiful campuses, coupled with passionate teachers who promote individualized learning, it’s no wonder that 95% of Bucks students would recommend us to friends and family! Start SMART at Bucks and begin your journey towards a better future! Apply now or request more information, personalized just for you.
Glide through the halls of historic Tyler Hall or take a gander inside our NEW state-of-the-art Science Center. Explore our three locations and get a feel for life on campus, all from the comfort of your own home! If you like what you see, we invite you to schedule a tour and explore Bucks firsthand.
Workers skilled in industrial maintenance are in high demand. Job placement rate of over 90%, average starting salary $17/hour.
Training is FREE to those who qualify and individual job placement assistance is given to those who complete the program.
Monday, August 6th from 1-3 pm | Upper Bucks Campus
Classes begin September 2018
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To register, or for more information, contact Bridget Hughes at 267-685-4884 or Bridget.Hughes@bucks.edu.
Attending an open house at Bucks County Community College with his mom back in '89 started one man on his path to becoming a television producer of Phillies Baseball for Comcast SportsNet.
Neshaminy High School graduate Jeff Halikman knew he wasn't set on going to a four-year school because, like many high school students, he wasn't really sure what he wanted to do with his life. The open house gave him the chance to learn more about Bucks' programs. "I walked up to the telecommunications department and talked to them."
Having grown up cheering for Philadelphia sports teams, Halikman said the cool part about what he does is that he gets to work in a field where he's also a fan. He travels a lot, especially during the season, but he is often able to do it with his wife and children, and he said, "I'm just as big a fan now as I was then."