Meet Bucknell

Bucknell University is redefining the college experience, and we're ready to show you how. 

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We're a life-changing university in central Pennsylvania where liberal arts and professional programs complement each other through the intersection of our three nationally recognized colleges: Arts & Sciences, Engineering and the Freeman College of Management. 

At Bucknell, you can choose from more than 60 majors and 70 minors — giving you the freedom to pursue your interests and combine fields.

Our alumni include an English major who's a top stem-cell researcher and an engineering major who has won two Academy Awards for visual effects. With a Bucknell degree, you'll be prepared for a flexible and daring career and a fulfilling life.

Below, you'll get to know Bucknell in a variety of ways. Explore the evidence of our graduates' successes. Meet our innovative students, brilliant faculty and successful alumni. Visit the school that tops the Princeton Review's list of most beautiful campuses. Take a look around. We can't wait to meet you.

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Where You’ll Go From Here

Whether you arrive at Bucknell with a clear goal in mind or are still undecided, one thing is certain: As a Bucknell graduate, you'll leave here ready to conquer whatever comes next.

For some of our graduates, that means an interesting career with a company like Deloitte, ESPN, Google, L'Oréal, NBC Universal, PwC or Yelp. For others, it's admission into a top graduate school, law school or medical school. No matter your dream, Bucknell will help you get there.

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Who We Are

Bucknell is about more than picturesque buildings and high-tech equipment. For more than 170 years, the community of Bucknellians — students, faculty, staff, donors and alumni — have defined our character.

In our "Bucknell stories" collection, you'll meet a management student who was named a Forbes Under 30 Scholar, a physics & astronomy professor who discovered a free-floating planet and an engineering alumnus who designed a cookstove that's cheaper and better for the environment than anything ever created.