Bucks County Community College sports are Division II, non-athletic scholarship and compete in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA).
Bucks has had a long tradition of both athletic and academic success. The Centurions were founding members of the Eastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference (now the Eastern Pennsylvania Athletic Conference, or EPAC) for the sports of Men's Soccer, Men's Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Women's Volleyball and Tennis. In Fall 2008, Bucks added two women's sports programs as club sports which became full varsity sports in 2009; Women's Soccer (NJCAA Region XIX) and Women's Basketball (EPAC). In Fall 2010, Men's Soccer moved to Region XIX, followed by Baseball in Spring 2012. The remaining Centurion athletic teams moved to Region XIX in Fall 2012 (with the exception of Equestrian). Softball was announced in the Summer of 2015 to begin as a club sport starting in Spring 2016. Centurions athletic programs left the NJCAA in the 2021-22 academic year to join the USCAA for small 2 and 4 year colleges. Currently, Bucks offers six intercollegiate sports in the USCAA in addition to 8 club sports.