We're here to help!

The Bucks advising team is here to help you navigate your academic journey. Be it course selections, connecting to the right college resources, or transfer-related questions, your advisor has you covered.
To schedule an appointment, begin below! Current students will be contacted by their assigned advisor by the first week of March.
Fall 2024 Registration for ALL STUDENTS begins March 25th (Veteran Student Registration begins March 20th).

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New Student

Are you new to Bucks? If this is your first-time taking classes at Bucks you are considered a new student. Before you can register for courses you must meet with an academic advisor.

You can schedule an appointment once you have completed your Placement Testing. We also strongly recommend that you have a Payment Option ready and review our "Prep for Success" modules covering important student information.

Appointments

To make an advising appointment, select an advisor within your academic area of interest. If your program is listed under Program Exceptions, please reach out to the program contact listed.



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Current Student

If you have taken a class at Bucks in the last year, you are a current student! 

During the registration period, an advisor will email you to schedule an appointment.

If you do not see that email or your advisor's scheduling link in Navigate (for Fall/Spring terms only), contact advising@bucks.edu.

If without an assigned advisor, please schedule below.

 

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Returning Student

Are you returning to Bucks after a year or more hiatus? First, reactivate your account. Please allow up to 2 business days for processing. Once this step is complete, schedule an advising appointment with an advisor. We also recommend that you have a payment option prepared.

Appointments

To make an advising appointment, select an advisor within your academic area of interest. If your program is listed under Program Exceptions, please reach out to the program contact listed.



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Guest Student

Guest students do not need to meet with an advisor, though are welcome to speak with a team member. For registration assistance, contact the Registrar’s Office at 215 968-8100 or email registrar@bucks.edu.

Am I a guest student?

High School Dual Enrollment / Enrichment Student

Current High School students who wish to take college courses while still in high school work with Academic Partnerships to plan and register for coursework. You do not need to meet with an academic advisor.

To learn more about high school programs, visit High School Dual Enrollment and High School Enrichment
or call 215-497-8751.


Program Exceptions

The following majors and certificates are assigned to a special advisor. Please contact the program representative for advising assistance.

When can I meet with an advisor?

Meeting with an academic advisor is one of the final steps to registering at Bucks. Before you make an appointment, you must:

  1. Have access to your Bucks Student Account.
  2. Complete all placement tests and/or receive a waiver.

We strongly encourage all students to complete the FAFSA. Payment is due at the time of registration. Payment plans are available.

If you would like a parent/guardian to join your session, please first add them as a proxy.

Can I change my advisor?

If you wish to be seen by a different academic advisor than your currently assigned advisor, you may submit an Advisor Change Request for review.

Are there courses with zero textbook costs (ZTC)?

Yes, we have over 140 classes that utilize free alternative resources to costly textbooks. You can review those ZTC courses at any time for future semester course planning!



Office of Academic Advising

Locations

Newtown Campus

Rollins Center - Advising Center, 60

Monday: 11:00 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Bristol Campus (Lower Bucks)

Room 147

Perkasie Campus (Upper Bucks)

North Building

Phone

215-968-8031

Email