Bucknell implemented a rigorous testing and contact tracing program for all who live, work, and study on campus, including students. No-charge testing for all students before and after arrival at Bucknell.
In-person with option for remote learning
Last day of Fall semester classes: Friday, Nov. 20
January graduation: Thursday, Jan. 14 (no ceremony)
Full Plan: Bucknell Reopening Plan
***Plan is subject to changes by the school administration. Please refer to the re-entry plan for the most up to date information.
Bucknell University News
Lewisburg -- Bucknell University joins regional hospitals in raising their staff minimum wage to $15 per hour. This pay increase coincides with a comprehensive benefits package for eligible Bucknell staff.
Northcentral Pa. has no shortage of opportunities to enjoy cinema. Local universities are promoting educational, timely films, to be viewed on-campus in October. For those who want to screen from home this October, WVIA will stream its own educational, timely film on crime and punishment.
Lewisburg, Pa. -- As workers return to offices and students to classrooms amid a COVID-19 resurgence from the delta variant, many are again asking how to ensure the air indoors stays safe.
Lewisburg, Pa. - Bucknell University will welcome 1,031 new students in the Class of 2025 and a record-breaking opening enrollment count of 3,810 students (3,774 undergraduates, 36 graduates as of August 17) for the start of classes in the University's 176th academic year on Monday, August 23.
Lewisburg, Pa. -- A key strategic goal in Bucknell University’s Plan for 2025 calls for building and sustaining a diverse community among students, faculty and staff.
Lewisburg, Pa. - Last summer, Tanisha M. Williams participated in Black Birders Week, the social media campaign which highlights Black birders that followed a racist incident in New York's Central Park involving birdwatcher Christian Cooper.
Lewisburg, Pa. - A new nationally representative survey from the Bucknell Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) shows that there is substantial support among Americans for universal voter ID laws and having Supreme Court justices serve terms rather than life appointments.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Their final semester of college should've been a celebration — a time to look back with pride and look ahead toward a bright future.
Four years ago, Bucknell welcomed the first class of students to its newly established College of Management, which was officially launched as the University's third college in June 2017.
Lewisburg, Pa. — When PayPal’s online payments system initially launched, the company lost considerable profits due to a high fraud rate — until it developed its own fraud monitoring software named “Igor.”
Lewisburg, Pa. – One thing the world can agree on is that these have been the most uncertain times amid the COVID-19 pandemic and global issues that threaten human and non-human communities.
Lewisburg, Pa. – An art auction inspired by Bucknell University's Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program with the State Correctional Institute at Coal Township is being conducted to benefit Transitions of PA, a Lewisburg-based nonprofit that supports victims of domestic violence.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Before COVID-19, the 2014-16 Ebola epidemic was the last major global health scare, and now there are fresh outbreaks of Ebola in the African nations of Guinea and the Democratic Republic of Congo. A common denominator in both COVID-19 and Ebola outbreaks is the role bats ma…
Lewisburg, Pa. – Seven new COVID-19 cases were confirmed at Bucknell University Saturday evening, according to an email from President John Bravman.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Bucknell University now recommends students stay within a 30-mile radius of Lewisburg unless they are traveling on a Bucknell-sponsored trip.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Soon after a New York Times story ran in May about reports in the Pacific Northwest of Asian giant hornets — dubbed “murder hornets” in the story — Bucknell University Professor Elizabeth Capaldi’s phone literally started to buzz.
Lewisburg, Pa. -- Bucknell University among 58 other U.S. colleges and universities, including Penn State, Franklin and Marshall, and UPenn, in filing an amicus brief supporting Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to prevent the Trump administration from enforcin…