Self-guided Campus Tour

You've found the companion website for Bucknell University's Self-guided Tour. The audio narration below is designed to be enjoyed alongside the Self-guided Tour booklet available at our Office of Admissions. 

If you're on campus and would like to pick up a copy of the booklet, stop by Freas Hall on Dent Drive. Booklets are found just inside the vestibule to Freas Hall, which is open 24/7 (even when our Office of Admissions is closed). You can also find a digital version of the booklet below.

We hope you enjoy this self-guided tour, which we see as the perfect metaphor for the Bucknell experience. We give you the tools and support you need to explore whatever interests you most.

Before You Begin

  • The tour starts outside Freas Hall (1 Dent Drive) and includes eight stops.
  • The route is paved, just under a mile in length and includes one moderately steep downhill section. (To avoid the hill, skip Stop 6.)
  • The accompanying audio narration totals about 20 minutes.

Meet the Student Narrators

Your audio tour guides are three Bucknell students who are eager to share their personal experiences inside the buildings you're about to see.

Gabe Gross,
Management

Bri Kropinack,
International
Relations

Ryan Iwata,
Environmental
Engineering


Stop 1: Admissions

Freas Hall

Stop 2: Music & Performing Arts

Weis Music Building

Stop 3: Management, Art & Academics

Management and Art & Art History building, Academic West and Academic East

Stop 4: Library & Humanities

Bertrand Library and Hildreth-Mirza Hall

Stop 5: Science & Engineering

Science Quad

Stop 6: Residence Halls

Corner of Loomis and Walker streets

Stop 7: Student Union and Athletics & Recreation

Elaine Langone Center and Kenneth Langone Athletics & Recreation Center

Stop 8: Why Bucknell?

Malesardi Quadrangle

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