Directory and General Information
2013 Summer Session
Telephone numbers listed are in the 570 area code.
Director of Summer Session, Robert Midkiff Jr., 229 Marts Hall/ 577-3655
Admissions/Undergraduate, Robert G. Springall, Freas Hall/ 577-3000
Admissions/Graduate, 226 Marts Hall/ 577-1304
Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University Bookstore, 400 Market Street/ 577-1128
Campus Activities and Programs, Kari Conrad, 47 Elaine Langone Center/ 577-1217
Campus Security, Public Safety Office/ 577-3333
Career Development Center, Pamela Keiser, 101 Botany Bldg./ 577-1238
Counseling Service, Lowry House/ 577-1604
Dining Service, Elaine Langone Center/ 577-1240
Duplicating Services, 3 Marts Hall/ 577-3757
Events Management, Jeanne Hafer, 265 Elaine Langone Center/ 577-3095
International Student Services, 64 Elaine Langone Center/ 577-3794
Library Services, Bertrand Library/ 577-1462
Lost and Found, Secretary, Main Desk, Elaine Langone Center/ 577-3588
Technology Support, Bertrand Library/ 577-7777
Multicultural Student Services, 56 Elaine Langone Center/ 577-1095
Registrar, 102 Marts Hall/ 577-1201
Residence Halls, Daniel Remley, 207 Elaine Langone Center/577-1195
Scheduling (Academic), Vince Pellegrini, 2 Marts Hall/ 577-1116
Scheduling (Events), 219 Elaine Langone Center/ 577-3167
Student Accounts, 108 Marts Hall/ 577-3733
Student Health Service, Zeigler Health Center/ 577-1401
Transcripts, Registrar’s Office, 102 Marts Hall/ 577-1201
Writing Center, 100A Roberts Hall/ 577-3141
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