The Women’s Center offers resources, referrals, and support relating to a variety of topics, including: feminism, social justice, and activism opportunities on campus; women's leadership and empowerment; sexuality and gender identity; diversity and intersectionality; relationship abuse and healthy partnerships; rape and sexual assault; harassment and stalking; eating disorders and health; bias concerns; and other topics concerning women. Our student staff is knowledgeable about on-campus and off-campus resources, and can direct you to these resources if you need information or support.
For emergencies, please visit: Help for those in Crisis
To submit a concern , please visit: Community Concern Form
Survivors Support Group
Tuesday evenings, 6:30pm-7:30pm: March 17, March 31, April 14, & April 28
Gettysburg College Health Center, Conference Room
The Survivors Support Group at Gettysburg College is intended to help student victims of sexual assault, dating abuse, and stalking gain an understanding of the impact these experiences have on their lives, and how to develop healthy coping skills. In a supportive and confidential environment, participants will have the opportunity to share stories, ask questions, as well as give and receive support to other group members. The group is facilitated by Dian Cramer, Administrative Services Assistant at Gettysburg College Health Services.
Gettysburg College Health Services
Gettysburg College's Health and Counseling Center offers a variety of services at affordable costs for students on campus, including:
Assessment and Treatment of Acute Illness
Management of Stable and Chronic Illness
STD Diagnosis & Treatment
Contraceptive Services (including emergency contraception)
Women's/Men's Well Care
The Health Center also offers a comprehensive list of women's health, men's health, and sexual health resources. To learn more about common health issues specific to college-aged students, check out the links on this page.
Women's Leadership Development Opportunities on Campus
Eisenhower Institute's Women in Leadership program