Average class size
Gettysburg has an average class size of 18. Close to 20% of class sections have fewer than 10 students enrolled.
Degrees granted by departments
During the 2011-2012 academic year, a total of 716 degrees were awarded to 617 students (99 of whom had double majors). Most popular majors are: Organization & Management Studies, English, Political Science, Economics, History, Psychology, Health Sciences, Biology, and Environmental Studies.
Internship participation rates
Approximately 67% of 2013 graduates completed an internship (paid or unpaid) during their undergraduate program, enriching their academic learning and gaining valuable work experience. The participation rate has been increasing over the years.
To support students' academic success and maximize student learning, the College sponsors 36 Affiliated Programs (31 for study abroad and 5 for domestic off-campus studies). It also offers dual-degree programs and other special academic programs.
Percent of students who studied abroad
57% of 2012 graduates (who entered the College in Fall 2008) studied abroad for a semester or an academic year, enriching their academic learning and developing a sense of global citizenship.
Computing facilities (public computer labs)
The College provides cutting-edge technology to support students' academic success. For example, there are close to 20 public computer labs in various academic buildings, with close to 300 computers for academic study and research.