Gifts to the Gettysburg Fund are the most effective way to directly support our students, their families, and our dedicated College employees who are most likely to be impacted by the effects of COVID-19. Never has the need for unrestricted gifts to the Gettysburg Fund been more urgent, nor has the potential for tangible, immediate impact been greater.
Though we won't get to celebrate together this May, alumni still have the opportunity to come together and help the College.
Combining her passions of music and computer science, Digital Technology Summer Fellow Lamara White ’21 designed and created a 3D-printed electric guitar in the Innovation and Creativity Lab.
Gettysburg’s donor-funded Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation Initiative provided seed capital for Pranav Kayastha ’20 to launch an initiative to connect workers and employers in Nepal.
The Cross-Disciplinary Science Institute at Gettysburg College, also known as X-SIG, provided Rikard Bodin '20 and Neng Yin '20 the opportunity to conduct cutting-edge research.
The generosity of Eric Kolbe ’65 allowed Haley Shultz ’21 to spend her summer studying the impact of Pennsylvania’s Veterans Treatment Courts on the victims of crimes.