Gettysburg Recreational Adventure Board

The Office of Experiential Education provides the foundation for innovative leadership, professional development, and ethical responsibility. The versatility of the program is demonstrated through our curriculum, the collaboration with faculty, and the ability to deliver trainings that begin in the classroom and reach international locations. The medium is experiential; the methodology is visionary (critical analysis and strategic planning), with the outcome of personal and pro­fessional development.

Program Logo:

Color Palette



               

PMS 294
(Pantone System)
Hex: #002F6C

Pantone+ Coated
PMS 294
C:100
M:69
Y:7
K:30

Pantone+ Uncoated
PMS 294
C:100
M:53
Y:2
K:21

 

PMS 158
(Pantone System)
Hex: #E87722

Pantone+ Coated
PMS 158
C:0
M:62
Y:95
K:0

Pantone+ Uncoated
PMS 158
C:0
M:50
Y:84
K:0

           


               

PMS 518
(Pantone System)
Hex: #4B3048

Pantone+ Coated
PMS 518
C:55
M:86
Y:20
K:63

Pantone+ Uncoated
PMS 7659
C:52
M:74
Y:34
K:18

 

PMS 484
(Pantone System)
Hex: #9A3324

Pantone+ Coated
PMS 484
C:8
M:92
Y:100
K:33

Pantone+ Uncoated
PMS 484
C:10
M:68
Y:81
K:21

 

PMS 370
(Pantone System)
Hex: #658D1B

Pantone+ Coated
PMS 370
C:62
M:1
Y:100
K:25

Pantone+ Uncoated
PMS 369
C:55
M:0
Y:92
K:3

 

PMS 404
(Pantone System)
Hex: #776E64

Pantone+ Coated
PMS 404
C:20
M:25
Y:30
K:59

Pantone+ Uncoated
PMS 405
C:50
M:45
Y:52
K:10

 

PMS 729
(Pantone System)
Hex: #B58150

Pantone+ Coated
PMS 729
C:7
M:45
Y:66
K:18

Pantone+ Uncoated
PMS 730
C:19
M:47
Y:74
K:14

 

 

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Contact

John E. Regentin

Assistant Dean / Director of Experiential Education

717-337-6319

jregenti@gettysburg.edu

 

Website

www.gettysburg.edu/grab

 

Editorial Guidelines

  • First reference: Gettysburg Recreational Adventure Board (GRAB)
  • Subsequent reference: GRAB
  • Gettysburg College identification:

    Gettysburg College’s Recreational Adventure Board or
    Gettysburg Recreational Adventure Board at Gettysburg College
  • First reference: Gettysburg Recreational Adventure Board Facilitators
  • Subsequent reference: GRAB Facilitators

 

Social Media

Facebook: www.facebook.com/GettysburgGRAB
               www.facebook.com/gettysburgcollege.theden

 

Visual Identity Key Facts

  • The program logo with “Gettysburg College” is the preferred program logo for print, web, and miscellaneous items.
  • To be used with the Gettysburg College wordmark on all publications. If only one brand is used, it must be Gettysburg College’s brand. GRAB is a secondary brand.
  • GRAB logo may not be used as a header.
  • Available in two colors, one color, or black and white
  • The program color palette may be used with the full Gettysburg College color palette.
  • GRAB will use the standard two-color college stationery set.

 

Key Program Messages

The Office of Experiential Education provides an innovative learning environment via leadership and adventure curricula as the catalyst for personal and professional development. The Office of Experiential Education utilizes an ethical foundation, experiential techniques, and industry standards to enhance one’s judgment, professionalism, and personal growth, while fostering the importance of experiencing diverse environments, respecting those with differences, and creating positive learning opportunities.

  • 24 student volunteers, alongside of GRAB alumni facilitate domestic and international programs for students, alumni, faculty, staff, and parents
  • 45 programs annually
  • 17 countries visited
  • Provides professional training and development to the campus community, corporations, law enforcement personnel, government agencies, and other educational institutions