NOTE: If you cannot or do not wish to provide your social security number on this form, note that processing of your financial aid application may be delayed.
If you are NOT a US Citizen: *
Your Educational History
If your High School was not specifically listed,
enter its city and state here:
Current and/or Previous Colleges (most recent first)
NOTE: Bucks does NOT automatically evaluate transcripts for prerequisite waivers and/or transfer credit. By default, transcripts are evaluated only to determine whether you must complete placement testing at Bucks.
For each school below, indicate whether you are
having an official transcript sent and whether you wish that transcript evaluated for prerequisite waivers and/or potential transfer credit. Details on this process can be found at the Transfer Page (link opens new window).
Your Plans At Bucks County Community College
Note: If applying for Special Enrollment Status, select AA.0099
Certification of Application
I certify that the information on this application is complete and accurate in every respect. I realize that failure to provide accurate and/or complete information can result in cancellation of this application, and/or revocation of admissions.
Perkins Academic Support Services are available through the Carl D. Perkins Grant to students seeking Occupational Degrees and Certificates. Eligible students must be single parents, displaced homemakers, academically or financially disadvantaged, or speak English as a second language. Please contact the PASS Office at 215-968-8140 for details of services available.
Disability Services determines and guides the academic adjustments required for the College to comply with Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Students are encouraged to contact this Office prior to enrollment in order to identify needed adjustments and determine eligibility. Contact the DS Office by phone at 215-968-8463 (V), 215-504-8561 (TDD).
Multicultural Student Services develops and implements programs and services for recruitment, retention, and education of under-represented minority groups and international students. Students are encouraged to contact this Office prior to enrollment for assistance with application requirements and procedures. Contact the Office by phone at 215-968-8107 (V) or online at our website. [Link opens in a new browser window.]
Notice of Campus Security
The Security Information Report required by the College and the University Security Information Act of Pennsylvania and the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of the Federal government is available through the Office of Security and Safety and other campus locations including our website. [Link opens in a new browser window.]