Over 150 clubs and organizations at Bucknell give students a chance to become involved and make friends with others who share their same interests. A wide range of student organizations exist on campus - from music and theatre groups to service clubs to academic societies, providing many leadership opportunities for students.
Bucknell recognizes, appreciates, celebrates and shares a mutual understanding and respect for all cultures.
› Visit the IN Network for find out about Bucknell's Cultural/Diversity Organizations.
› Or visit these groups directly: BASA, BCA, BSU, CCA, Essential, FLAG&BT, G.A.M.E. chair, Her Campus Bucknell, Japan Society, Latino Dance Corner, MESA, O.H.L.A.S, SAAB, SASA, V-Day Bucknell, and Voices of Praise
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. As a resource, ISS promotes a campus climate that allows positive educational experiences to occur across cultures, both inside and outside the classroom. One of the primary responsibilities of ISS is to direct the International Student Orientation program. ISS is sensitive to the needs of international students with significant experience in the United States as well as those who are new to this country. || Learn More
The Office of LGBTQ Resources, is committed to making Bucknell a safe place for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. This is accomplished by supporting student groups and efforts to educate and increase awareness about LGBT issues and current public policy concerns. The Office is guided by an advisory board comprised of students, faculty, staff, and administrators who are interested in and committed to the mission of the Office. || Learn More
The Women's Resource Center seeks to foster a campus community in which women and men live and work in a climate of mutual respect, understanding, and equality. It is is dedicated to fostering respect and equality among all people. The Center works to achieve this goal through a variety of educational, social, and cultural programming, as well as leadership opportunities, placing special emphasis on the needs of students. || Learn More
Your spiritual nurture and growth at Bucknell is an important part of your college experience, and we encourage each individual to integrate his or her personal faith and ethical growth with the formal education and social life Bucknell offers. For some students, it is a struggle to balance all the options and obligations of college life. But we encourage you to take the time to step away, gain a new perspective, find a new context, deepen your self-awareness, and ask big questions. || Learn More
The Counseling & Student Development Center offers a wide range of services to help make your college years more satisfying, rewarding, and productive. Programs are designed to help students grow in self-understanding, to help them use their intellectual and emotional resources as effectively as possible, and to provide a supportive "safety net" at those times when they encounter difficult or painful life circumstances. || Learn More
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