Study this summer with the ALLEX Foundation
Study Intensive Chinese or Japanese at Washington University in St. Louis this summer with the ALLEX Foundation. Scholarships Available! The WUSTL-ALLEX Intensive Chinese and Japanese Institute will offer intensive beginning level classes in Japanese and Mandarin Chinese from June 19, 2017 - August 4, 2017 (7 weeks). Application Deadline is March 15th, 2017, rolling admissions thereafter. For more information visit :
Japanese Reading Club
The Japanese Reading Club is back for the Spring 2017 semester. If you can read hiragana, we've got books you can read. Join them on Wednesdays from 4-5 pm in Breidenbaugh Hall, Room 107 (LRC). Free snacks!

Lunar New Year Celebration

Celebrate the Lunar New Year on Saturday, January 28th from 7:00 - 8:30 pm at the International House, sponsored by the China Club, the East Asian Studies Department, and OME. All are welcome! Join us for Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean snacks, as well as games, calligraphy, and dumpling making. 

Resources For Students Studying Japanese

Resources For Students Studying Chinese

Additional Resources:

In addition to specialized online resources for those studying Japanese and Chinese, some links may be of interest to all Asian Studies students:

Asian Student Alliance

The Asian Student Alliance at Gettysburg College strives to provide the campus with a community to discuss, exchange, and share Asian student interests, issues, and experiences.

International Club

The mission of the International Club is to promote a multicultural exchange of perspectives between international and American students, faculty, administrators, staff, and members of the local community.

Language Resource Center

Located in Breidenbaugh Hall, the center offers everything from peer tutoring to space for collaboration to electronic resources.


An online journal featuring work of Gettysburg College foreign language students, including research, creative writing, and photography.

Musselman Library Asian Art Collection

Including some 2,000 objects from across Asia, ranging from approximately 1700 BCE to the 20th century.

Center for Career Development

The on-campus source for networking, internships, career counseling and much more.

Student Opportunity Center

The Student Opportunity Center provides undergraduate students with a central hub for thousands of resources such as Events (conferences, seminars, workshops), Publications (student/academic journals), and Experimental Learning (intern-programs, grants, scholarships).

Language Tables


Japanese Language Table: 

Meets every Wednesday 12:00pm - 1:00pm in Specialty Dining during the Spring 2017 semester.

Chinese Language Table:  

Meets every other Tuesday, 12:00pm - 1:00pm in Specialty Dining during the Spring 2017 semester.