Bucks County Community College is opening its doors to the public Saturday, Oct. 19 for a free open house. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the college will be showing off its Newtown Campus to anyone interested in pursuing higher education.
Prospective students can talk directly to staff in different academic fields in the Linksz Pavilion. Then, they can join tour guides on a small trip through campus.
BCCC has the common departments like History and English, which visitors can explore. But Director of Admissions Marlene Barlow says the college also has appeal for niche fields.
“People may be surprised to learn that we’re a competitive choice among college options,” said Barlow. “We continue to introduce new programs to match career opportunities, such as Medical Lab Technician, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Global Studies/World Languages, among dozens of other majors.”
The spring semester begins Jan. 22, 2020. More information is available on the BCCC website here.