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Our Mission

The Center for Language and Intercultural Communication (CLIC) develops, enhances, and sustains initiatives that promote non-English language and cultural learning across the curriculum at the departmental, faculty, and student levels.

Learn more about our mission and goals.


  • Critical Language Scholars

    Gburg students earn Critical Language Scholarships in Korea and Oman. Read more

  • Prof. Eileen Stillwaggon teaches ECON 255, which qualifies as an initiative under Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC).

Office Information

Alan R. Perry, Director
McKnight Hall, 7B
Campus Box 411
P: (717) 337 - 6874
F: (717) 337 - 6863
DCLIC@gettysburg.edu
Meetings by appointment



Bienvenidos a la ECON 255

An enthusiastic communicator, Economics Prof. Eileen Stillwaggon knows the value of using multiple languages for working in an integrated global economy.

Read how she championed the idea to teach the first course in Gettysburg College's history to be conducted entirely in another language, outside of a language department.

Read the full story


Related Offices & Resources

As one of Gettysburg College’s four “global pillars,” the Center for Language and Intercultural Communication (CLIC) works in conjunction with the Center for Public Service, the Center for Global Education, and the Center for the Study of Global Issues to support College-wide efforts to promote a global learning community.

Below are additional resources and offices related to CLIC:

Language Resource Center

Languages, Literatures, and Cultures