Still Time to Catch Up or Get Ahead with Summer Courses at Bucks
More six-week courses start July 8, including many that are offered completely online
Bucks County Community College, which has been attracting summer scholars for more than 50 years, is offering more than 300 credit courses this summer to help students catch up or get ahead.
More classes are set to begin July 8. Students can choose from face-to-face, online, or hybrid classes – a mix of both in-person and online learning. Face-to-classes are held at the Newtown Campus, the Upper Bucks Campus in Perkasie, and the Gene and Marlene Epstein Campus at Lower Bucks in Bristol.
Fundamentals such as algebra, biology, and English composition are available along with computer and information science, management, nursing, music, and more. Guest students are welcome as most credits can transfer back to their home college, allowing them to catch up, get ahead, or graduate sooner. Tuition is only $150 a credit this summer for Bucks County residents. A list of courses is available at www.bucks.edu/summer.
In-person registration help is available at each of the three campuses.
More information, including a free online application, is available at www.bucks.edu/summer, or call the Admissions, Records & Registration Office at 215-968-8100.