- All rooms/apartments MUST be filled to capacity during the
online housing selection process. This means that
if you want to select a double room, you must have a
roommate in order to select a double room.
- Residential & First-Year Programs will notify you if a vacancy should occur prior to July 1st to discuss the potential options to fill the vacancy. We strongly encourage roommates and groups to be responsible for maintaining communication among each other regarding changes to their room/apartment occupancy over the summer.
- If a vacancy occurs in a room or apartment after July 1st, the Office of Residential & First-Year Programs will use our discretion to assign you a new roommate.
To help students review housing options, floor plans for all residence halls are available online through CNAV/MyPlace/MyHousing/Housing Self-Service. Room amenity information
is also available on the Office of Residential & First-Year Programs' website. This information includes availability of gender-neutral bathrooms within residential properties.
The vast majority of singles on campus are located within
college houses, suites, and apartments. We have a
very limited number of “stand-alone singles” (e.g. singles that are located in
Musselman Hall or Lahm Hall) that can be selected through the online housing selection process. The “stand-alone” singles that we do have are
usually selected early in the online housing selection process. Students pursuing this option should have alternative housing options in mind in case they are unable to acquire a single room. A wait list is maintained in the Office of Residential & First-Year Programs for single rooms, but there is no guarantee that singles will become available.
During the Spring 2016 housing selection process, students may choose to live in gender-neutral housing.
This policy allows two or more students to share a multiple-occupancy bedroom, suite, or apartment regardless of students’ sex or gender. Gender-neutral
housing is not intended for romantic couples.
Rather, it provides options for a variety of students: those who feel uncomfortable rooming with members of the
same sex, transgender students in the process of discovering their gender identity, students who feel they would be more compatible with a roommate of a
different sex or gender, and students who do not want sex or gender to be a primary factor in choosing a roommate. Gender-neutral housing intends to help
create a campus climate that is welcoming, inclusive, and supportive of all students. Please review the
Quarry Meal Plan Requirement
Because Quarry Suites are designed without full kitchens, students are required to have a meal plan of some type (Apartment Meal Plan cannot be used by Quarry residents). NO EXCEPTIONS to
this policy will be made.
Apple Hall Custom Furniture
In the summer of 2008 Gettysburg College purchased custom furniture for Apple Hall in order to maximize space so that all bedroom furniture can be accommodated in each room. Due to the size of
some rooms it is necessary or recommended that one or two of the beds be elevated either to a half height setting using a “junior loft” bed set or full height using a regular bed set. Please
refer to the floor plans posted online to review the list of rooms where beds should be elevated. Please take this information into consideration when selecting a room if you prefer to have a
bed set at the lowest level.
Ice House and College Apartment Rooms
Due to the size of some rooms in Ice House H and College Apartments it is recommended that the beds be bunked (Ice House or College Apartments) or lofted (College Apartments only) if
students want to have their desks in the bedroom instead of the common room. Please refer to the floor plans posted online or the ones that will be posted outside the Office of Residential
& First-Year Programs to review the list of rooms where beds should be elevated. Please take this information into consideration when selecting a room if you prefer to have a bed that is
For the 2016-2017 academic year, Gettysburg College is once again offering students housing at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, which is one mile from the Gettysburg College campus.
Students will be able to select large “efficiency” one-person and two-person apartments in Baughman Hall.
This is a three story residence hall with apartments that include a walk-in
closet, furniture and appliances (bed, refrigerator, stove, desk and chair, dining table and chairs, bookcase), private bathroom with shower, air conditioning, coin operated laundry
in the building, and parking immediately outside the building.
seminary housing web page for more specific details about living at the
seminary, including photos, a map, and floor plans.
Students who select housing in the Quarry Suites, Apple Hall, Ice House, and College Apartments should pay particular attention to the bedrooms that they are signing into since the
bedrooms doors lock. Students in these buildings will receive two keys at check-in: one for the apartment door and one that is specific to the bedroom door that they sign into.
Please note that there are four different housing rates.
Housing rates for the 2016-2017 academic year are determined by the Gettysburg College Board of Trustees in February.
Please note that
for the 2015-2016 are listed below. Please visit our
for for specific rates and meal plan requirements for each residence
Plan 1 = $7,900 per year; or $3,950 per semester (Plan 1 includes ALL single rooms on campus, regardless of building.)
Plan 2 = $7,900 per year; or $3,950 per semester
Plan 3 = $7,180 per year; or $3,590 per semester
Plan 4 = $6,290 per year; or $3,145 per semester
The main reason for this parking policy is to limit students from driving throughout campus as a form of convenience rather than necessity, and to provide ample
parking for commuting staff, administrators, faculty members and visitors.
- First-Year parking is prohibited unless an exemption has been granted by the Department of Public Safety.
- All students who own and/or operate a vehicle in the Gettysburg area MUST register their vehicles. This includes students who live in residence
halls, theme housing, off-campus housing, and fraternity houses.
- Students must apply online in CNAV under MY FORMS. Public Safety will send an email to each student informing them when to come
to their office and pick up the permit.
- There is a per semester fee for all on campus parking permits and a yearly fee for commuter students. These fees have not yet been determined for the
2016-2017 academic year. All costs are applied to student accounts.
borough permits are required for all approved off-campus students and students living in a fraternity. There is no charge for this permit, but does not allow a vehicle to be
parked on college property.
- Due to borough zoning ordinances, residents of Albaugh, Bregenzer, Carlisle House, Colonial, Corner Cottage, Lahm, Lamp Post, Paxton and Smyser Halls may apply for a Carlisle Street permit
to allow them to park in one of the following parking lots: Colonial, Corner Cottage, Lahm, Lamp Post, Paxton and Smyser. This program does not guarantee residents a parking
space, but it does offer less competition for the spaces.
Alpha Chi Rho, Appleford, Phi Delta Theta, Eisenhower Institute., and 209 N. Washington St. residents will require a residential parking permit in addition to their individual class vehicle permit. These areas are regulated by borough zoning ordinances. This program is coordinated through the Offices of Residential & First-Year Programs and
Student Activities & Greek Life. Permits for these parking areas are available on a first-come, first-served basis through the
Assistant Director of Residential & First-Year Programs and for fraternities in the Office
Student Activities & Greek Life.
For more information about parking, please contact