Bucks County Community College Visit at the Drop

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On Thursday, January 25, 2024 we will welcome Leah Cobetter, Admissions Recruiter from Bucks County Community College.

BCCC was founded in 1964 in response to a need for a public two-year collegiate institution to serve graduates of the County’s high schools and other citizens of Bucks County who would benefit from an experience in higher education.

The college offers 77 Programs of Study:

  • 56 Associate degree programs (require at least 60 credits)
  • 21 Certificate programs (most require 15 – 30 credits)

The top majors include Business Administration, Education, Liberal Arts – General Emphasis & Nursing. They offer an open-door admission policy – no SAT scores are required.

Most graduates of the College’s transfer programs have attended Pennsylvania’s four-year colleges or other State-related institutions. Other graduates of the College have gone on to pursue their studies at more than 300 other four-year institutions in forty-five states as well as the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Germany, France, Great Britain, and Sweden.

Don’t miss your chance to stop by The Drop to learn more about Bucks County Community College.