Campus Organizations

Numerous on-campus groups relate to issues in the field of women, gender, and sexuality studies. Students are encouraged to explore the various options, and become involved with one or more of these organizations. They offer tremendous opportunities for WGS students to broaden their experiences in the field.

  • Alpha Phi Omega is a national co-educational service fraternity that promotes service to the campus, community, and nation.
  • Amnesty International raises awareness about political and social oppression globally.
  • Black Student Union promotes African American issues and events on campus.
  • eRace promotes critical interracial dialogue and advances racial justice.
  • GECO (Gettysburg Environmental Concerns Organization) promotes awareness and action pertaining to environmental issues.
  • Hillel promotes understanding of Jewish life and culture.
  • International Club supports international students and organizes activities from different parts of the world.
  • Students Against Sexual Assault started as a change-making project for a Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies class in the spring of 2011. SASA hopes to spark discussion around campus, increasing the visibility of the very relevant issues of sexual violence in our community and in our culture.
  • Student Senate supports all student organizations and represents the student body.
  • Women's Center dedicates itself to supporting the fullest expression of women's potential in interpersonal, professional, and leadership experiences for a lifetime.