Clubs and Organizations at Bucks


Arts & Media:



Honors Organizations/Societies:


Faith Focused:

Student Leadership/Programming:

(N) = Newtown   (U) = Upper Bucks   (L) = Lower Bucks   (V)= Virtual

Club Listing:


Anime Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of the club is to offer an enrichment of the Japanese culture through Anime (Japanese animation) to the students of Bucks County Community College. Also, to gather together fans of the culture and the genre.

 Advisor: Milo Gallagher,

 Arts and Culture Council of Lower Bucks (Meetings at Bristol)
Develope cltural enrichment opportunities.

Advisor: Rose Cooper,

Bucks 3D Sculpture Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
The objective of this club is to function as a co-curricular group whose focus is to further their knowledge and understanding of 3 dimensional art, it’s ideation, and processes.


Advisor:  Jon Burns,

Bucks Associated Computer Machinery (ACM) Student Chapter  (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose is to recognize and encourage interest in the computer science field and offer collective knowledge and services within the student community.

Advisor: John Summers,

Bucks Business Association  (Meetings at Newtown)
Bucks Business Club at Newtown.

Advisors: Bruce Imber,  Greg Luce,

Bucks County Printmaking Society  (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of this club is to support printmaking and papermaking as vital contemporary art forms and encourage the appreciation of the printed image and all related media.

Advisors: Bernadette Karpa,     Caren Friedman,  

Bucks Debate Club, BDC (Meetings held at Newtown)

The Bucks Debate Club will provide students with the ability to train and improve their oratory and speech skills.

Advisors: Alan Rubin,     Jody Seutter,

Bucks Photo Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
For students interested in digital photography.  The club will provide a forum for discussion of the technical and artistic aspects of photography.

Advisor: John Petito,

Business Studies United @ LBC  (Meetings at Bristol)
Bucks Business Club at Lower Bucks Campus.

Advisors: Kelly Sell, 

Bucks Travel and Trip Club (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of this club is to provide students and the general public the opportunity to experience cultural, religious, socio-economic, and many travel opportunities.

Advisor: Heather Kouveras 

Catholic Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
To offer students a community of faith to share prayer, scripture, and discussion in the context of the Catholic Faith, with a focus on projects serving those who are in need.

Advisor:  Jean Dolan,

Chess Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
If you like to play Chess this is the club for you. 

Advisor: Christine Hagedorn,

The Centurion Newspaper  (Meetings at Newtown) 
This club produces our student newspaper which reports campus activities, student opinions and community news.  Students gain valuable experience in all aspects of newspaper production. Students interested in writing for the paper should contact the newspaper’s office in the Rollins Center, Room 128. The Centurion is published weekly during the fall and spring semesters.

Website: Centurion Newspaper Online
Centurion Newspaper Facebook Page
Journalism at Bucks Facebook Page

Advisor: Tony Rogers,

Community Volunteer Corps  (Meetings at Perkasie)
Community Volunteer Corps offers volunteer opportunities for Bucks students in a wide variety of projects.

Advisor: Sheryl Nierenberg,

Council of Realistic Ecologists (CORE) (Meetings at Newtown)
CORE extends to the school(s) and to our community through actuality, consciousness, and trials is analyzing past and present statistics to secure ramification and projecting our future with this first-hand experience and make a distinction for the future to alleviate and retain our environment.

Advisor:  Michael Bernarsky,

Dance Squad  (Practice is held at Newtown)

The purpose is to enjoy creating and performing dance routines.  Some routines are performed at the halftime of BCCC basketball games creating school spirt.

Advisors: Matt Cipriano,     Justin Burroughs,

Digital Gaming Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of this club is to create an environment of recreational gaming available to a wide range of preferences and age groups. Our club is aimed at showing individuals the benefits and excitement of the digital age and its possibilities.

Advisor: Robert Porche,

Drama Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
Unites drama students and enthusiasts, giving both the opportunity to perform before the College community.  

Advisor: Please click on

Eco-Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
To offer the opportunity for the students of Bucks County Community College to discover and implement effective ways to protect and preserve the ecological environment on their campus, their community, and their world.

We are on Facebook! (Click Here)

Advisor: Joann Corn,       

Future Teachers Organization (Meetings at Newtown)
This organization was formed to give Education majors the opportunity to extend their field of study. To provide a forum for all members of the association an opportunity for discussion of and involvement with matters of Education. Please go to the Future Teachers Organization's website for meeting times and locations.

We are on Facebook! (Click Here)     Website:

 Kate D'Auria,            

Glass Arts Society  (Meetings at Newtown)
This is a co-curricular club for students interested in the art of glass blowing and glass sculpture.

Web Site:

Advisor: Karl Carter,

Habitat for Humanity (H4H)@ UBC  (Meetings at Peraksie)
Supports the Bucks County Habitat for Humanity organization through volunteer work, fund raising and advocacy.

Advisors: Dr. Rodney Altemose,     Daniel Wassmer,   

Health & Wellness Club (Meetings at Newtown)
The purpose of the club is to promote and encourage Health and Wellness on campus.

Advisors: Tina Permar,

Hillel  (Meetings at Newtown)
 Is open to anyone who is interested in the Jewish faith and culture.

We have built a strong relationship with Hillel of Temple University over the years and participate in programs and activities with them and also on our own. We invite you to visit the link below.

Website:     Club Email:

Advisor: Diane Rice,  

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship   (Meetings at Newtown)
Is open to anyone who is questioning the credibility of Christianity, the relevance of Jesus Christ or seeking Christian fellowship.


Advisor: Scott Bradshaw,

Kappa Beta Delta  (Meetings at Newtown)
Is a national honor society for business students who have completed at least 15 semester hours and have earned a GPA that places them in the top 20% of all students in their specific programs.

Advisor: Charles Beem,

Lower Bucks Programming Council (Meetings at Bristol)
Coordinates and schedules cultural and social events for the student body of the Lower Bucks Campus.

Advisor:   Rose Cooper,

Music Society  (Meetings at Newtown)
Open to everyone on campus.  Promotes, organizes and encourages live music events on campus.

Advisor: Shelley Reed,

Muslim Students Association (Meetings at Newtown)
This club is to establish an active and unified Muslim community  at Bucks that encourages and facilitates the personal and spiritual development.



Advisor:  June Rogers,

National Society of Leadership and Success aka NSLS (Meetings at Newtown)
Bucks County Community College Chapter:NSLS provides a step-by-step program for members to build their leadership skills through participation at their campus or online. Members are able to list their affiliation on all statements of personal accomplishment, including their resume. Membership is for life and provides access to benefits including scholarships and awards, exclusive on-campus events, employer recruitment through an online job bank, and discounts on computers, textbooks, grad school prep courses, insurance and much more.

Advisor: Matt Cipriano,

Nursing Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
Provides meetings for all nursing students to promote unity and general welfare of the members. Members provide at least two community service projects a year.

We are on Facebook! (Click Here!) 

Advisor: Anne Marie Strecker,

Nutrition & Dietetics  (Meetings at Newtown)
To offer knowledge, guidance, and opportunity for engagement in the dietetics field.

Advisor: Kelly Jones,

Open Door Club (Meetings at Newtown)
Provides support to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered students. The organization promotes awareness and education of their issues as well as fostering an environment of mutual respect and a celebration of the diversity of all people.

 We are on Facebook! (Click Here!)

Advisor: Max Probst,   

Paralegal Club (N)  (Meetings at Newtown)

The purpose of this club is to offer educational and enrichment opportunities in the area of paralegal studies.

Advisor: Brenda Seibert,

Phi Theta Kappa  (Meetings at Newtown)
Is a national honor society comprised of students with a cumulative average of 3.5 or above. The four hallmarks of the society are Leadership, Scholarship, Service and Fellowship.

Facebook Page: Phi-Theta Kappa-Pixi     Website:

Advisor: Charles Beem,

Psychology Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
Offer opportunity to students to further their knowledge and expericence with all things relating to psychology and social behavioral sciences.

Advisor:  Aimee Kurtz,

Radio BUX - web radio  (Meetings at Newtown)
Provide a full fledge radio studio to host various music and talk programming, and sports based broadcasts for the college community and offer Bucks students a cutting edge web-based radio experience.

Live Streaming Radio and website here!

Advisor: John Sheridan,

Ski & Snowboard Club  (Meetings at Newtown)
Welcomes non-skiers to advanced to join in ski / snowboard outings, meetings, and social activities.

Advisor: Donna Wilkoski,

Society of Bucks Engineers (S.O.B.E.) (Meetings at Newtown)
Future Engineers meet and plan projects utilizing their engineering skills.

Advisor: Christine Delahanty, christine.

Socratic Society  (Meetings at Newtown)
This group meets to talk about Philosphy and philosophical things in a fun and interactive environment.

Advisor:  Dr. Cobb,

Students Aligning for Equality (S.A.F.E.) @ UBC  (Meetings at Peraksie)
The purpose is to provide a safe haven for LGBTQA (Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Questioning/Queer Ally) individuals on campus. Furthermore, the club should work towards eliminating societal barriers that prevent LGBTQA members from participating fully in campus life.

Advisor: Dr. Rodney Altemose,

Student Government Association (SGA)  (Meetings at Newtown)
Represents the student body to the College Administration, faculty and Board of Trustees at Bucks County Community College. SGA supports clubs and organizations; promotes participation by the students on college committees and distributes and administers their portion of the college activities fee to clubs and organizations.



Advisors:  Matt Cipriano,         Carol Brandt,

Student Programming Board (SPB)  (Meetings at Newtown)
This group is strictly dedicated to creating educational, cultural, social and recreational activities for the students of Bucks using an allocated portion of the Student Activities Fee. The Student Programming Board strives to deliver a diverse array of programming each semester through the efforts of its officers and committees.

Advisors: Matt Cipriano,  Carol Brandt,

Students Advocating for Student Success, SASS (Meetings at Newtown, and via online from LBC/UBC/Virtual Campus)
Offer mentoring to the students at the College as they transition into college and navigate their college career by serving as a connection for students to the College community and by advocating for student success.

We are on Facebook!

Advisors: Nicole Tracey,, Denise May,, Jenny DiPrimio,, Meg Eubank,, Lauren Humphries,, and Aaron Krassner,

Students Planning Activities (SPA) (Meetings at Perkasie)
Students who create social events and activities for the student body of the Upper Bucks Campus.
Advisor: Patti McEnery,

Tabletop Gaming  (Meetings at Newtown)
Students play, share, and promote all types of tabletop games. If you can play it on a table, you can play it in our club-Board games, card games, role playing games.

Advisor: Leonard Luczkowski,

Teachers of Tomorrow (T.O.T) (Meetings at Perkasie)

This club’s purpose is to provide Bucks County Community College students with opportunities to work with and serve the children in the community.  Also to expose the students to different professional opportunities within the field of education.

Advisors:  Jeannine Chodoroff,  Alison Silver,

Tyler Literary Society  (Meetings at Newtown)
Produces the College literary publication issued each semester.  Students may submit fiction, drama, poetry, science fiction, criticism, discursive essays, photographs, and drawings.

We are on Facebook! (Click Here!)

Advisor:  Eric Specian, 

UBC Thrive  (Meetings at Perkasie)  
A Christian-based club that exists to help students thrive academically, socially and spiritually by building community matters of life, purpose, and spirituality.

Advisor: Patti McEnery,

Upper Bucks Business Club  (Meetings at Perkasie)
Perfect for students interested in local business activities, networking, and educational projects in the business community. 

Advisor:  Daniel Wassmer,

 Veteran's Club  (Meetings at Newtown and Bristol)
Provide support, resources, and programs for our returning military men and women and their family members who are current students of Bucks County Community College. Assist Bucks Veterans Club members in meeting their goals while attending Bucks. To offer a friendly and supportive environment on each of our campuses.

Veterans Club Facebook Page

Advisors:  Newtown     Matt Cipriano,     Bristol     Rose Cooper,


Women Inspiring  & Networking, WIN  (Meetings at Bristol)
Educates women to empower themselves in relationships in the workplace and home, the political process and society as a whole by offering support through workshops, speakers, forums, and mentoring from professional women on campus and in the community.

We are on Facebook! (Click Here)

Advisor: Rose Cooper,

Women in STEM (Meetings at Newtown)

Our purpose is to offer support, enrichment, and opportunities for female-identified Bucks County Community College students pursuing majors in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Department.  All students are eligible to become members.

Advisor:  June Lane,

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