Enhancing our campus, fostering new learning

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Gettysburg College is committed to providing a student learning environment that inspires intellectual exploration and innovative collaboration. Check out our current campus facilities projects to discover how we’re investing in the future of our Gettysburg community.

Fourjay Welcome Center

Fourjay Welcome Center at the Eisenhower House

Our Fourjay Welcome Center at the Eisenhower House is now complete thanks to the generous philanthropic support of alumnus Geoff Jackson ’91 and his family. The 4,500 square-foot addition includes a multi-purpose space equipped with a state-of-the-art LCD panel screen, as well as interview rooms and offices for our admissions staff. The exterior features a new patio and our beloved statue of President Dwight D. Eisenhower has been relocated to a position of prominence in front of the building.

The building project was also supported by the thoughtful gifts of Trustee Bruce Chamberlin ’86 and Trustee Emeritus Jim Brenneman ’60 and his wife Mary Jane ’60.

Office of Religious & Spiritual Life

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life

Our new Office of Religious and Spiritual Life opened in January. Located on Stevens Street, the house was given to Gettysburg College and has been renovated by our own staff. The home includes a common area, kitchen and dining areas, worship and meditation space, and offices on the second floor.

Office of Multicultural Engagement

The Office of Multicultural Engagement (OME)

The Office of Multicultural Engagement has relocated into the reimagined Mosaic House near Kline Theater. It now houses offices, a classroom, social space, and 12 student residences, the latest creative and inclusive space on Gettysburg's campus.

The Dining Center

The Dining Center

The temporary Bullet Hole dining space that was added this year will be converted to a catering facility for use by employees at lunchtime, as well as for special events.

International House

The International House

The International House has moved to the Tudor House on North Washington Street. The first floor common area was renovated to better meet the needs of the International House community. The space includes a more open design with updated kitchen and social spaces.

CUB Construction

The College Union Building

The College Union Building, our largest renovation, is on track to open in the fall of 2018. With a 26,000 square-foot addition, the new space will allow us to accommodate a rejuvenated Bullet Hole dining space, the Center for Career Engagement, the Garthwait Leadership Center, and Student Activities & Greek Life Offices, as well as space for Student Senate and other student organizations.

View photos of campus enhancements over the 2017-18 academic year.

Campus Enhancements 2017-18