You received a great education and most likely have a diploma hanging on your wall to prove it. But there are some other perks that go with being a Gettysburgian, and we encourage you to take advantage of them.
The Center for Career Development and Office of Alumni Relations provide lifelong career assistance for all Gettysburg College alumni. Whether you are in your very first job hunt, between jobs, thinking about graduate school, or changing career fields, Gettysburg is here to help. See how.
Alumni from the Classes of 2014 and later can keep their student email accounts. If you need to reset your password, please call the Gettysburg College IT Helpdesk at 717-337-7000 during regular business hours.
Alumni from previous classes can use their student email addresses, but messages sent to this address must be forwarded to an email account that you specify in myGettysburg (read below about myGettysburg).
At myGettysburg, you can maintain email forwarding for your @gettysburg.edu account; search the on-line alumni directory by class year, location, field of work, employer, and more; update your profile and contact information, check your giving history, read what your classmates and fellow alumni have been up to, and share your own news and photos.
Learn more about our online alumni newsletter with the latest on Gettysburg and Gettysburgians.
Drive your pride. These attractive Gettysburg license plates feature the familiar profile of Penn Hall's cupola. Contact us to request your application. This offer is valid for PA and MD residents only. Please do NOT order your Gettysburg plate directly from PennDot or the MVA because the Alumni Office must process your application first.
Adorn your computer with beautiful shots of campus by downloading the Gettysburg College screensaver.
Gettysburg alumni and their spouses/partners will receive a 20% discount at the College Store when they enroll in the free Gettysburg College Alumni Loyalty Card Program. Enroll now.
Gettysburg College is an Affiliate Member of the Penn Club of New York.
The Penn Club of New York, located in midtown Manhattan is happy to welcome Gettysburg College alumni as affiliate members. The club is located on "Clubhouse Row" at 30 West 44th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues. Club membership is open to all Gettysburg College alumni nationwide. In addition to guest rooms, The Penn Club features a library, two formal dining rooms, a grill room, meeting and function rooms, a business center, and a health club. All members will also have access to one of the most comprehensive reciprocal club networks in the world.
For complete information on membership and to download an application, visit the Penn Club web site at www.pennclub.org or contact the membership office directly at (212) 403-6657. Membership applications take approximately two weeks to process.
Have a child who's thinking about college? Bring him or her to Legacy Weekend, held during Homecoming to give children of alumni a comprehensive introduction to the College. Students will attend workshops about the admissions process, the campus visit, and the application process. Alumni children will be the guests of Gettysburg College students who will take them to class, host them in the residence halls, and eat with them in the campus Dining Center. Parents are encouraged to attend parallel sessions, including a workshop about financial aid, the value of a liberal arts education, issues related to the transition to college, and an insider's look at what is happening at Gettysburg College.
To request an official copy of your Gettysburg College transcript, follow the instructions provided by the Office of the Registrar.
An unofficial transcript of courses completed after 1995 may be available via CNAV. For most alumni, their CNAV user name and password are the same as your myGettysburg Alumni user name and password. Contact myGettysburgAlumniHelp@cnav.gettysburg.edu for help with your user name or password, or if you have trouble accessing your unofficial transcript once you have logged into CNAV.
Find alumni living in your area, working in your profession, or in your class.