Gettysburg College is a Harassment and Discrimination-Free Workplace:
Gettysburg College is committed to maintaining an environment conducive to learning for all students and a professional workplace free from harassment and discrimination of its employees.
All members of the faculty, administration, and supervisors who have information regarding, are witness to, or become aware by any means of any form of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, inappropriate sexual behavior, and/or criminal activity that occurs on our campus involving either an employee, student, or guest are required to report the incident immediately. More Information
For New Employees of the College:
Within the first month of employment, new employees must familiarize themselves with the College's Harassment and Discrimination-Free Workplace Policy and complete the online training on the topic of Preventing Harassment in the Workplace.
Second: Review a PowerPoint on the topic entitled Creating a Culture of Respect at Gettysburg College.
Third: Complete your online training "Workplace Harassment Prevention" on the United Educators' EduRisk website - Please follow the instructions in your new hire packet.
Community Concern Form
The Community Concern Form can be used to share information about the following types concerns:
- Bias incidents
- Crime tips
- Harassment, including sexual harassment
- General student (CARE), employee, or faculty concerns
- Sexual assault or sexual misconduct
Information provided on this form will be sent to the appropriate College official for review generally within 48 business hours. Please do not use the Community Concern Form to report emergencies. For immediate, emergency assistance, call 911 or the Department of Public Safety (DPS) at (717) 337-6911.
If you would like more information on the College's Violence Prevention Program, please check out "Green Dot" and Sexual Assault & Relationship Violence Victim's Rights Brochure.
Title IX Coordinator and Intake/Investigative Offices
If you would like to speak directly with a trained member of the College community, you may also contact the Title IX Coordinator or Intake/Investigative Offices.