The College offers Division III intercollegiate athletic programs under the NJCAA- Region 19. Bucks is a member of the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference (EPAC) and competes for against teams in eastern Pennsylvanina, New Jersey, and Delaware. Under the NJCAA Bucks competes for regional and national titles. Many Bucks student- athletes transfer to other colleges to continue to play at four year institutions.
- Coed Golf
- Men's Soccer
- Women's Soccer
- Equestrian (Hunt seat)
- Women’s Volleyball
- Women's Tennis
Varsity Winter Sports
- Men’s Basketball
- Women's Basketball
Varsity Spring Sports
- Men's Tennis
- Women's Softball
- Equestrian (Hunt seat)
- Coed Golf
Athletic Director: Matt Cipriano, Matt.Cipriano@bucks.edu (215) 968-8261
The College also provides an intramural program for the student body. There are no formal practices held by the College. Individuals as well as teams or groups may sign up for the activities. There are leagues and various activities held in the afternoons. A partial list of the events held during the year follows. It should be noted that not all the events are held each year and that different activities may be added as student interests change.
Intramural Program: Examples of past leagues are flag football, volleyball, basketball, softball, and tennis, indoor soccer, kickball, dodgeball. Students are encouraged to submit their ideas or sign up for a league at the Student Life and Athletic Programs office, firstname.lastname@example.org or Rollins Student Center, Room 112.
The tennis courts are available to students when no classes or practices are in session.
The Gym is available during intramural and open gym hours that are posted outside of the Gym. There is open swimming during posted hours.
Physical education facilities include tennis courts, and fields for archery, soccer, baseball, and softball. The physical education building features a swimming pool and a gymnasium.
The Bucks County Community College Fitness Center offers a new model for health. This model addresses itself to enriching life, preventing illness and encouraging individuals to accept a greater degree of responsibility for their own life and well-being. This commitment to the positive is at the heart of a wellness lifestyle.
The Fitness Center programs include Physical Fitness Assessments and Personal Fitness Training through the Health Enhancement System, Sport-Specific Conditioning programs, individualized and group Weight Management Counseling through the Healthy Choices Program and various health and wellness - related programs and events. The Fitness Center, located outside the gymnasium, contains state-of-the-art testing and exercise equipment. Individuals can receive comprehensive fitness tests and personalized fitness programs designed specifically to suit their needs. The Fitness Center has a variety of aerobic training equipment inclusive of treadmills, elliptical trainers, rowers, versa-climbers and exercise bikes.The center also provides a large selection of resistance training modalities inclusive of two comprehensive resistance training stations, two Selectorized cable stations, and an extensive free weight area.
The Fitness Center is open for use to all current students and staff of the College. Identification cards are required of all members of the Fitness Center. Each member is required to complete a signed Agreement and Waiver of Liability form, as well as a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire prior to beginning exercise within the Fitness Center. For more information call 215-968-8447.