Graduation Announcements

Graduation announcements may be ordered through the Balfour website, balfour.com/bucknell, or by calling 1.877.225.3687.

Yearbooks

The 2018 Bucknell Yearbook L'Agenda can be ordered online at balfour.com/bucknell or by calling 1.800.853.1337. For specific questions, please email Brent Papson at bap023@bucknell.edu.

Flowers

The Parents Fund & Family Programs will offer an opportunity to purchase a variety of flowers on Sunday. For more information, visit ScottsFloral.com/Bucknell or email parents@bucknell.edu.

Pre-ordered flowers will be available for pickup from the Scott's Floral table set up in front of the Vaughan Literature Building from 8 - 10 a.m. Any flowers not claimed by 10 a.m. will be taken to the Switchboard, Elaine Langone Center, second floor. Rain location for pickup is Gerhard Fieldhouse. A small quantity of bouquets will be available for purchase during this time.

Dining Options

The Bison snack bar, on the ground floor of the Elaine Langone Center, will be open for refreshments and light meals on May 17, 18 and19. Menus for the Courtside Grill and the Farewell Luncheon can be viewed online. Tickets for these meals can be ordered online. Pick up tickets on the second floor of the Elaine Langone Center. Tickets will not be mailed. Purchased tickets are nonrefundable.

Traffic Flow and Sunday Parking

As you enter campus, Public Safety officers will direct you to the drop-off in front of Malesardi Quad on Dent Drive. Staff will be there to assist your guests in exiting the vehicle, providing information on restrooms, accessing Malesardi Quad via an elevator in either Marts or Coleman Halls and answering any other questions you might have. The driver of the vehicle can then park the car in one of the many parking lots offering shuttle options. Shuttles will be running continuously from all campus parking lots from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Service Animals and Visits to Campus

In accordance with Federal law, Bucknell University recognizes that some of its visitors with disabilities may be accompanied by Service Animals on campus, including in University housing. Emotional Support Animals are not recognized under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and do not have the same protections/privileges as Service Animals. Therefore, ESAs are not allowed in University buildings or housing and will be considered a pet. Please be aware that you may be asked several questions to verify your animal is protected under ADA.