Giving to Gettysburg College

A gift of opportunity

Support for the Gettysburg Fund enables the College to say “yes!” to opportunities that help current students develop a set of enduring skills that will prepare them for lives of meaning and impact.


Your Gifts at Work

From scholarships to hands-on learning experiences, learn more about the ways donors impacted the student experience in 2022-2023.

Class of 1973 reunion co-chairs Jean LeGros ’73 and Lori Kono Clapp ’73 hold up the Verna A. Schwartz ’13 Reunion Fund Trophy

Reunion Gifts Make a Lasting Impact

Reunion Giving is truly the heart of philanthropy at Gettysburg College. Reunion Class Gifts offer an opportunity to celebrate reunion milestones while having a lasting impact on current students. Learn More.


The Impact of the Gettysburg Fund

Meem Noshin Nawal Khan '24 plans to use her Gettysburg education to make a difference. The Gettysburg Fund ensures that high-impact opportunities like hers are available to all students. Learn more.

Ethan Clare '25 Chemistry

The Value of Student - Faculty Research

Chemistry student Ethan Clare ’25 is among half of the student body at Gettysburg who participates in student-faculty research. The Gettysburg Fund allows students like Ethan the opportunity to explore and pursue a variety of interests. Learn more.