Due to electrical work on the Newtown Campus, the campus, including the Library, will be closed on Sunday, April 26. Virtual reference services will be available from 10:00am-2:30pm. Please use the chat screen, found on most pages of the Library’s website.
The Newtown Campus Library moves from providing virtual reference services in the winter months on Sundays to having the physical space open on Sundays 10:00am-2:30pm beginning this Sunday, April 5th, until the end of the spring semester.
Please see the complete listing of our library hours on the College website.
Apply now! Application deadline: April 1
Visit the Bucks County Community College Foundation website for scholarship criteria and application.
Please return your scholarship application to the Bucks County Community College Library by April 1, 2015.
Find out about German language and Germany in a funny and humorous way.
Newtown Campus Library location
Questions? Christina Videva@bucks.edu
Due to electrical work on the Newtown Campus, the campus, including the Library, will be closed on Friday, March 20. The Upper and Lower Bucks Campus Libraries are already scheduled to be closed that day for Spring Break. Complete Library hours can be found at http://www.bucks.edu/academics/learn/library/hours/.
You may have heard about the new College App where students can register for classes, check schedules, grades and more. With the introduction of this app the library has renamed and rebranded our app simply Bucks Library.
Along with this new name and image comes some enhanced functionality. The EBSCOhost integration is now a true mobile app format—not simply a mobile version of the web site. Students can easily search for articles and more. Also, the app now includes our room reservation functionality. Students can select from a variety of rooms at the Newtown Campus library and reserve them for study groups, practice sessions, and more.
This new version of the app is available on Apple iOS, Android, Windows phone, and Amazon Kindle platforms. The iOS platform includes both an iPhone as well as an iPad version—this is a huge improvement for the tablet platform. No matter what your device, the app will display appropriately for it.
As always, this app is free for all.
Check it out today!
Please join us for a book discussion on Orphan Train by Christina Baker-Kline.
Newtown Campus Library– Wednesday, 2/18/15 , 12:15pm-1:15pm
Lower Bucks Campus Library– Tuesday, 2/24/15, 1:30pm-2:30pm
Sponsored by the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library
Copies of the book are available to borrow through the library.