275 Swamp Road
Newtown, Pa, 18940
In-County Residents - $92 per credit
Out-of-County Residents who reside in Pennsylvania - $184 per credit
Out-of-State Residents - $276 per credit
Bucks County Community College 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.
BCCC has three campuses: a main campus in Newtown, an "upper county" campus in the town of Perkasie, and a "lower county" campus in the town of Bristol.
Students can earn either a two-year Associate of Arts degree, or a certificate in a particular field of study. There are two types of associate degree majors: occupational and transfer.
Occupational majors are designed to prepare students to attain entry level positions in a designated career area.
Transfer majors are designed to parallel the first two years of study in a variety of subject areas at the four-year institutions to which students can then transfer.
Total student enrollment exceeds 10,000.
No information is available about faculty size or student to teacher ratio.