Bucknell offers students a solid foundation in the study of Art and Art History. By exploring connections between these two disciplines and others in the liberal arts, students develop the skills necessary to succeed in an increasingly image-oriented world.
The Arts Residential College affirms a vital connection between life and art. Members have three things in common: an interest in art, a common course designed to bring issues of art to life, and a residential hall floor.
English Department students develop a sensitivity to language and precision in writing and speech while learning to express themselves critically and creatively.
At Bucknell, students who share a passion for music collaborate with a faculty of active performers, composers, and scholars to study, perform, and explore music from the various historical periods and diverse cultural traditions.
Theory and practice combine in classes and creative laboratories where students and teachers interact daily to produce fully realized live performance. Through the creative process, students gain skills in problem solving and professional presentation.
The Special Collections and University Archives of the Ellen Clarke Bertrand Library at Bucknell University offers an abundant array of original and primary sources that support the academic and administrative needs of faculty, students, staff, and visiting scholars.