Welcome to Counseling Services

Phone: 215-968-8189 | Email: counseling@bucks.edu 

It can be challenging to make important decisions about your education, career and life. You may be wondering how to choose your major, make a career change, or balance your personal and academic responsibilities. Student Services Counselors can assist. We offer a variety of services to assist you with decision making, goal setting, and problem solving when personal issues interfere with academic pursuits.

How to Connect with a Bucks Counselor

Counseling is available on all Bucks campuses.  Students may connect with a counselor face-to-face, by telephone, or email.

To schedule an appointment to meet with a counselor call 215-968-8189 or email counseling@bucks.edu or stop by the Student Services area at your Bucks campus.

In case of an emergency contact our Office of Security and Safety 24/7 at 215-968-8911.

Counseling Services Hours

Hours of Operation- Fall 2017 (Begins August 23)

Newtown Campus

Monday           8:30am- 4:30pm

Tuesday          8:30am- 5:00pm

Wednesday     8:30am- 4:30pm

Thursday         8:30am- 4:30pm

Friday              8:30am- 3:00pm

Lower Campus (Bristol)

Tuesday         10:00am- 6:00pm

Upper Campus (Perkasie)

Monday         8:30am- 4:30pm

Student Services Hours

The Student Services Center is open Mondays-Thursdays 8:30am-8:00pm and Fridays 8:30am-4:30pm. To speak with one of our Bucks Information Representatives or to make an appointment, please call 215-968-8189 and they will be happy to assist you. 


Services Offered

Career Counseling

Whether you need help choosing a major, planning a career change, or conducting a job search, Bucks counselors are here to help you clarify your goals, make important decisions, and develop plans to connect your academics to your career goals.  We offer one on one career counseling, group workshops and web based career guidance programs.

Personal Counseling

We recognize that there may be times when you need to talk with someone, particularly if your personal issues or responsibilities are interfering with your academic success. We provide counseling support to help you work through personal challenges  that may get in the way of your academic progress.  We can also refer you to appropriate community resources if you are seeking long-term counseling support or need additional assistance. We offer one on one counseling, web based counseling tips, and mental health information and resources to promote your wellness while you pursue your academic goals.

Informational Counseling

When you have a question regarding  the college or your academic life, and don't know where to find the answer, counseling services can help. Counselors can explain college academic policies and student responsibilities, and we can let you know about important dates and registration procedures.

 Counseling services are free and confidential for current Bucks students.