Resources for Counselors

At Gettysburg College, we value the relationships that we have with counselors and the important role you play in your students’ college search. We look forward to working with you, learning more about your students, and providing you with a variety of opportunities to gain more insight into our transformative liberal arts and sciences education and dynamic campus community.

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Connect with our Admissions Staff

We are here for you! Connect with your regional representative to introduce your students to us, arrange a call during application review season, or find out more about Gettysburg College. We look forward to working alongside you and your colleagues, and we welcome the opportunity to support your programming by serving on panels, presenting at college nights, and more.

When you have questions, please feel free to call the Admissions Office (800.431.0803), and we will connect you with your admissions representative.

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Counselor-to-Counselor Chats

Counselor-to-counselor chats are one-on-one conversations with the admissions staff member assigned to your region. These personalized conversations are designed for you to get the information you need—whether that’s the answers to a few quick questions or a more in-depth, hour-long conversation.

Request a Counselor-to-Counselor Chat

Counselor Programs

We are pleased to offer several programs a year for college counselors. Please contact Tyra Crosbie '17 for more information.

Class of 2024 Profile Highlights

Gettysburg College students are bright, curious, creative, and enjoy being challenged. They are academically strong, come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and take full advantage of the interdisciplinary and co-curricular offerings at Gettysburg.

Highlights

  • Number of applications: 6,468
  • Admit rate: 48%
  • Class size: 640
  • Enrolled under early decision: 43%
  • Average SAT score: 1343* middle 50% critical reading—640-700; math—630-710
  • Average ACT score: 30 middle 50% 27-32

Thank you for recommending great students to us! If you’re interested in learning more about this year’s class, please take a moment to review the complete Class of 2024 Profile.

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