Offices and Programs
Campus Activities and Programs
Located in Rm 47 of the Langone Center, the CAP Center (Campus Activities and Programs) provides a vast array of entertainment and activities designed to complement life outside the classroom and make one's overall experience at Bucknell a positive one.
Your BU ID card is your official Bucknell University identification card and provides you with privileges for multiple campus services from residence hall access to charging privileges.
Chaplains and Religious Life
Spiritual and religious growth and development are, for many Bucknellians, a critical part of educational achievement. Growth in spirit can mean finding new depths in ancient traditions, discovering purpose through service to others, and building community through shared values.
The mission of the Craft Center is to promote creative opportunities for Bucknell students, faculty, and staff by providing a range of art and craft related programming throughout the academic year.
Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
The Greek community focuses its efforts on community service, philanthropy, and educational programming.
Housing Services is committed to delivering quality service that compliments the development of students in their residential living experience. We educate student leaders and empower them to create and mentor a community.
International Student Services
International Student Services (ISS) meets the unique needs of international students as they adjust to life at Bucknell in order to help them feel more comfortable and confident in becoming members of the campus community.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Awareness
The Office of LGBT Awareness is committed to making Bucknell a safe place for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Multicultural Student Services
The Office of Multicultural Student Services (MSS) is dedicated to developing healthy perspectives of cultural differences through educational and social programs and activities.
New Student Orientation
The New Student Orientation Program is an extensive five-day program that focuses on scholarship, tradition and community.
Students living off-campus are encouraged to assume responsibility for their experience and be respectful students.
Outdoor Education and Leadership
Outdoor Education and Leadership programs develop student leadership, group dynamics, and environmental stewardship while offering a conduit for students and academics to connect our natural areas.
Psychological Services offers a wide range of services to help make your college years more satisfying, rewarding, and productive.
Residential Education (myBucknell only)
The Emerging Leaders program and the Student leadership Institute are two programs coordinated by Residential Education that promote personal growth and leadership development, and educated and challenge Bucknell students.
Bucknell University recognizes the problem of sexual assault in our society and has taken steps to address student concerns, to educate the campus community, and to treat seriously reports of sexual assault.
Student Health Service
Student Health Service provides the best health care possible in a manner that is competent, current, compassionate, confidential, timely, and in an atmosphere of mutual responsibility without regard to race, gender, ethnic heritage, or sexual orientation
Daily shuttle service is offered to the downtown Lewisburg area, and airport shuttles.
Women's Resource Center
The Women's Resource Center is a place of advocacy, support, and safety for all members of the Bucknell University campus community, dedicated to fostering respect and equality among all people.