Academic Advising
Dean Jennifer Cole
CUB 280    x6579

The Office of Academic Advising supports all students with academic issues that are outside of the purview of their faculty advisors.  Jennifer Cole, Associate Dean of Academic Advising, specifically assists sophomores who need help choosing majors or sophomores who are in any kind of academic jeopardy. Together, she works with students to formulate plans for academic success for the sophomore year and beyond.

Center for Career Development
Dr. Manny Ruiz
53 W. Stevens St.     x6616

At the Center for Career Development, we believe sophomore year is the ideal time to be thinking about life after Gettysburg.  We are committed to offering services and support towards your academic progress and success.  The CCD can aid you with self-assessment tools such as Myers Briggs, Focus, and StrengthsQuest. You can also participate in our externship program (week-long job shadowing experience), networking dinners with alums/parents, job shadowing over the winter break, and our career immersion trips (held over the winter break and in May).  Do not forget that we can also aid you in your internship search and provide feedback on your résumé.

Garthwait Leadership Center
Andy Hughes
CUB 240     x6304

Gettysburg has a strong tradition of leadership, connecting back to our founding, as well as our relationship to significant historical leaders like Eisenhower and Lincoln. The GLC’s Leadership Mentors provide several opportunities to learn how to prepare yourself for leadership in college and beyond. We host workshops, retreats, seminars, and other events throughout the year that ultimately help students to recognize their potential for leadership and their responsibility to serve.

Greek Organizations
Joe Gurreri
CUB 220     x6321

Gettysburg is home to 18 Greek Letter organizations.  Eleven fraternities and seven sororities reside on campus.  The Greek Community at Gettysburg College is based on four standards of excellence: scholarship, leadership, friendship, and service.  Your decision to become a member of the Greek community reflects a commitment to these four ideals.

Off-Campus Studies
CUB 290     x6866

We work closely with sophomores interested in a semester of off campus study.  We help students identify their academic and personal goals and find a program where they can fulfill them.  Students from every single major study off campus on international or domestic programs.  We have affiliated programs in over 100 countries around the world.  Students can study off campus as early as first semester sophomore year and as late as first semester senior year.  All students in good academic and disciplinary standing are eligible to study off campus.