Gettysburg College students have a rich and diverse range of off-campus study opportunities available to them.
60% of the graduating Class of 2015 studied off-campus for a semester or longer, ranking Gettysburg College second in the nation for liberal arts colleges according to the Institute of International Education.
Study abroad is an integral part of the Gettysburg College academic experience, embodying the curricular goals of engaged learning and global citizenship.
In any given semester, Gettysburg students are on six continents, representing all majors and disciplines.
In addition to taking course work toward their major, students abroad may be conducting field research, working as interns, living with local people, and studying languages ranging from Arabic to Zulu.