We are excited to welcome visitors to Gettysburg College! Come and see for yourself why you belong at Gettysburg!
Campus tours are led by current Gettysburg students and last approximately one hour. You will be able to explore our beautiful, historic campus and walk through many of our buildings. Additionally, Admissions representatives will be available to answer questions if requested. Please register in advance for your tour.Register for a campus tour
The Admissions Office also offers on-campus interviews for high school and transfer students. Interviews will last approximately 45 minutes, and will include time for Q&A with an Admissions representative. These interviews are a valuable part of the college admissions process, and are highly encouraged.Register for an on-campus interview
We are currently offering a series of on-campus information sessions as a way for students and parents to learn even more about Gettysburg College. Attendees will hear from a member of the admissions staff and a current Gettysburg student about academics, campus life, and all other aspects of the Gettysburg experience during this hour-long program. There will also be the opportunity for questions to be answered, and the option to take a student-led campus tour after the session.
Register for an information session
High school seniors can experience a day in the life of a Gettysburg student through our Day Visit program. These visits are tailored to fit the needs and interests of attendees—possible Day Visit activities include observing a class, having lunch with a current Gettysburg student, and connecting with Admissions or Financial Aid representatives.
- All visitors register in advance. This will allow us to accommodate visitors for more personal campus tours.
Masking is not currently mandated, although any individual may continue to mask if they choose.
- All tours will be conducted by a current Gettysburg College student.
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