Spring ESL Placement Night
Jan 22 | 6:30-8:30pm | Newtown Campus
Bucks County Community College is a vibrant center for community engagement and learning,
providing innovative paths that inspire educational, career, and personal fulfillment.
We offer associate degrees and certificate programs, continuing education, and transfer opportunities.
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.
The Metalwork Training Program includes theory and hands-on skills assessment and introduces participants to the fundamental concepts and skills required to be a machinist in the field of advanced manufacturing. The curriculum concentrates on shop math, measurement tools, and systems, blueprint reading, safety, hand tools, manual machines, CNC machining, and welding.
To apply, attend our information session:
Tuesday, January 16th at 1:00PM
Lower Bucks Campus Atrium, Bristol
For more information contact Bridget Hughes at 267-685-4884 or Bridget.Hughes@bucks.edu.
"I was in a particularly difficult situation being a single parent at the time, which meant having to work and go to school full time, but any time I had a schedule conflict, faculty and advisors were willing and ready to work with me. They made me feel less like I was a part of an institution, and more like I was part of a family," he said. After graduating from Bucks in 2016, Holly transferred to Drexel University. "I found that I was ahead of the curve in certain areas of study when I got to Drexel, mainly mathematics," he noted. In addition, a scholarship he earned at Bucks led to a career opportunity."Bucks opened doors for me through their various partnerships with local organizations. While I was at Bucks I was a recipient of the PECO Scholars Award. After leaving Bucks I reached out to the PECO group that presented the award, and am now working for them as an intern until I graduate from Drexel."