What the Student Handbook Says
Prohibited conduct in the Bucknell University Student Handbook of particular importance in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic includes the following:
- Failure to act in a manner that reflects maturity, social responsibility and respect toward the person and property of others and specifically engaging in conduct that threatens the health or well-being of another.
- Failure to act in a manner that reflects respect for one’s own health and well-being and specifically engaging in conduct that threatens the health and safety of oneself and/or others.
- Failure to act in a manner that reflects respect toward the policies, procedures and laws that are in place to maintain and support community standards of the University and beyond and specifically failure to comply with University policy, agreements and/or the directions of University officials, law enforcement officers or emergency response/medical personnel acting in performance of their duties.
- Failure to act in a manner that reflects respect toward the policies, procedures and laws that are in place to maintain and support community standards of the University and beyond and specifically violating any University policy, rule
When the action of a student or student organization violates Bucknell's expectations of community conduct, those actions are subject to a process of review and resolution by the Dean of Students Office. The procedures employed for the resolution of alleged conduct violations may be found in the Student Conduct Process section of the Bucknell University Student Handbook. Violations of these public health guidelines may lead to probation or suspension from the institution.
Please recognize that behavior both on and off campus is subject to being cited.
Read the Bucknell University Student Handbook
Visitor and Guest Policy
During the summer, only Bucknell students in residence on campus will be allowed in campus housing. Students in residence may visit Bucknell students living in other residence halls, but will only have card access to their own campus residence.
No outside visitors will be permitted in campus housing, including family members.
Fall 2021: The Office of Global & Off-campus Education continues to advise and prepare students for study abroad opportunities during the Fall 2021 semester.