Servo Thanksgiving: Students Vote for their Favorite Dish
See all of the photos from SERVO Thanksgiving Dinner: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gettysburgcollege/sets/72157637614235104/
Do you have what it takes to be Gettysburg Great?
At Gettysburg College, learning means doing. Talk to our students and ask them what they do. They’ll describe how they discovered their passion for global food policy, inspiring others to take action, or researching a cure for cancer. Talk to them enough and you’ll quickly see that Gettysburg is a campus of doing. Doing means working with passion, with excellence and purpose, striving to be great.
There are no bystanders here. Students prepare for leadership through experiential learning opportunities, an extensive career network, and countless co-curricular, service, and off-campus study activities.
Twelve students explore the language, culture, and music of Bali
Twelve students from Gettysburg College, alongside Prof. Brent Talbot, assistant professor and coordinator of music education at the Sunderman Conservatory of Music, recently returned from Bali, Indonesia, where they spent three weeks exploring language, culture, immigration, and music for the course EDUC 298.
To Gettysburg and beyond
Graduates explore passions, pursue advanced degree.
Gettysburgians have a spark – a desire to always strive to learn more and do great work. This spark often motivates Gettysburg College alumni to explore their passions and pursue advanced degrees at many of the top universities around the world.
Real Work, Real Value: Meet the 2013 Siegfried Fellows
Nine Gettysburg College students are hard at work this summer preparing for their future careers with internships at companies including GE Capital and AT&T.
Summer of scholarship
Students dive deeper into disciplines through faculty-mentored research
Bullets top moments of 2012-13
Once again, some of the best-of-the-best in Gettysburg College athletics will take center stage as the top 10 moments from the 2012-13 campaign.
What’s in a name? Avery Lentz ‘14 discovers he has deep historical roots
"I have a Pennsylvania Bucktail and a North Carolina Tarheel in my family history, both of whom fought at Gettysburg."