Bucknell offers a great educational experience in a small, college-town atmoshere. Most classes are small, the professors are well-qualified, and the coursework is challenging.
Many students study abroad, and Bucknell has several advisers to help students through that process.
Dorms are one of the major problems. Often overcrowded, with "dingles" (singles converted into doubles) and no AC, they can be unpleasant.
Since it's a small town, much of the social life revolves around the Greek system--the majority of students go Greek.
There are also plenty of extracurricular activities outside the Greek system, including service organizations and club sports.
Overall, a great experience!