The Admissions Office offers a variety of ways for you to connect with us virtually including information sessions, interviews, and student panels.
All students are welcome to register for a virtual information session. We offer both regular information sessions as well as specific regional information sessions. Please invite others in your household to join you and bring your questions!
What is the difference between a regional information session and a regularly scheduled information session? Regional sessions will allow you to meet the counselor who is assigned to your area and will be your primary point of contact throughout the admissions process. (Note: Regions are based on the location of your high school.) Both sessions will provide you with a great overview of Gettysburg College.
Student panels will allow you to connect with three of our current students to discuss all aspects of life at Gettysburg and to get all of your questions answered!
High school seniors are welcome to register for a virtual interview during which you have the opportunity to connect one-on-one with an admissions professional. Interviews are highly recommended as a part of our application process.
Virtual visits for the Sunderman Conservatory
The Sunderman Conservatory will be offering a variety of events for prospective students to learn more about the program, including information sessions and opportunities to connect with our Sunderman faculty.
Additionally, the Sunderman Conservatory is partnering with the Music Admissions Roundtable to offer a series of virtual performing arts college fairs this fall. Click here to learn more
Virtual visits for international students
International students are invited to register for an international student panel featuring current international students. Learn more about academics, campus life, and what life at Gettysburg as an international student is like.
We also want to invite you to register for a Thursday Talks session. These webinars are specifically tailored to prospective international students. Thursday Talks will last throughout the summer and into the fall and will highlight different aspects of our college community—from information about our institution to student life details and specific academic presentations.