At Gettysburg, what happens outside the classroom is a vital extension of what happens inside. If you want to get involved -- and most Gettysburg students do -- the opportunities are almost endless.
- The Center for Public Service (CPS) challenges students to "think critically and act compassionately" through a variety of programs.
- The Eisenhower Institute (EI) offers numerous programs on campus and in D.C. focused on public policy issues.
- Fine and performing arts groups give students countless creative outlets.
- There are more than 120 student clubs and organizations on campus. From student government and campus publications to sports, the arts, community service, and outdoor adventure, all are run by students.
- The Campus Kitchen Project collects and distributes unused food to local agencies.
- The Painted Turtle Farm, an organic garden, is a campus-community hub for food justice.
- The Gettysburg Recreation Adventure Board (GRAB) facilitates expeditions, backcountry trips, challenge course workshops, and leadership programs.
- College houses provide students the opportunity to form self-directed and self-governing groups focused on a particular academic focus, theme or mutual interest.
- Our strong NCAA D-III athletic program features 24 varsity sports