Off-Campus Living

Gettysburg is a residential college. By policy, all of our students are required to live on campus, or in a College-related fraternity house, unless they receive approval to reside off-campus. Permission to live off-campus is determined through an application process held in February.

In the interest of being fair and equitable to all students, exceptions to this procedure are not permitted. Students are forewarned against signing a lease for an off-campus accommodation until they receive approval (in writing) at the beginning of March. If you do not have written permission to reside off-campus, you are obligated to reside in, and pay for, college housing.

Qualifications to Live Off-Campus

Mandatory Training and Orientation Meetings for Off-Campus Housing

Off-Campus Application and Approval Process

Special Note for Fraternity Members

Special Note for Students Who Study Off-Campus

Relinquishing Off-Campus Approval

Mandatory Orientation Meeting - Fall 2014

Off-Campus Approval Timeline for 2014

 

Off-Campus Properties:

Gettysburg College is in the process of reviewing its practices regarding the off-campus property listings for the 2014-2015 academic year.