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Bucknell Reunion Weekend Set for June 2-4
The University will welcome more than 1,700 alumni and family members to campus.
Bucknell Honors Class of 2023 Graduates
The Bucknell community gathered together on Malesardi Quadrangle Sunday, May 14, to celebrate the academic achievements of the Class of 2023.
Episode 66: Choosing (and Transferring From) Community College
We're chatting about how community college differs from four-year universities, why a student might consider attending this type of school, tips for transferring into a bachelor's degree program and more.
Episode 67: Community Engagement in College
In this episode of College Admissions Insider, we are talking about how you can translate your passion for service into amazing college experiences.
Bucknell Set to Celebrate Class of 2023 Commencement
Nearly 900 graduates from 37 states and 20 countries are set to receive their degrees during Bucknell’s 173rd Commencement Sunday, May 14.
Senior Tribute Aims to Encourage Togetherness, Boost Well-being
The Class of 2023 has provided an outdoor gathering space in the Grove in honor of the connections they've made at Bucknell.
Bucknell Forum to Feature Five Renowned Speakers on Freedom of Expression
Academy Award-winning actor and activist Jane Fonda, Pulitzer Prize-winning political columnist George Will, and New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult to headline the 2023-24 Bucknell Forum speaker series
Meet the Student Speaker and Soloist for Bucknell's 173rd Commencement
Kaia Rendo '23 will address the Class of 2023 as this year's Commencement student speaker, following a performance of the national anthem by Tom McKillop '23.
Episode 65: What To Do if You’re Waitlisted
In this episode of College Admissions Insider, we're peeling back the curtain on how college waitlists actually work – from the factors that might lead to being waitlisted to how students can navigate Decision Day while awaiting an offer.
Barbara F. Walter '86 Weighs in on Trump Indictment, US Civil War Probability in Bucknell Forum Finale
The scholar and New York Times bestselling author offered deep history and explicit examples of the cause of civil wars — and how close the U.S. could be to political fallout.
(Re-air) Episode 36: You Got Your Acceptance Letter — Now What?
Receiving an acceptance letter on Decision Day is far from the end of the process. In this episode of College Admissions Insider, we’re covering what lies ahead after you’ve been admitted.
Bucknell Forum to Present Barbara F. Walter '86
A leading scholar on civil wars and author of a related New York Times bestseller will discuss ‘The State of American Democracy’ April 4 in Trout Auditorium.
Episode 63: College Access & Success
On this episode of College Admissions Insider, we're taking a look at how universities are increasing access and enhancing support for college-bound students.
Bucknell Launches New Center for Access & Success
The center will provide a cohesive system of support and mentoring for students entering Bucknell through its national and signature pathway scholarship programs.
Freeman College of Management Named a 'Top Business School to Watch'
Bucknell University’s Freeman College of Management has been recognized for the second time as "a top 10 undergraduate business school to watch" by Poets&Quants for Undergrads.
Episode 62: What to Look for in an Arts & Sciences Education
In this episode, you'll hear from faculty from a range of disciplines on what to look for in an arts and sciences education.
Kasich, Axelrod Find Common Ground in Bucknell Forum Discussion
Former Republican Ohio governor and Democratic White House strategist have civil discussion on the nation’s most pressing problems and political discourse
Episode 61: What to Look for in an Engineering School
When looking for the engineering major, you might want to study in college, you might find that they're grouped together in a school of engineering within a larger university. On this episode of College Admissions Insider, we're diving deep into this educational track.
Vernese Edghill-Walden ’87 Named Bucknell’s Inaugural Vice President of Equity & Inclusive Excellence
The former student leader will bring more than 30 years of higher education academic leadership experience back to campus.
Bucknell Forum to Present John Kasich, David Axelrod
The former Republican Ohio governor and Democratic White House strategist will join President John Bravman to present their views on ‘The State of American Democracy’ Feb. 28.