Gettysburg College was mentioned in a July 30 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article about Temple University dropping its SAT requirement.
From the Post-Gazette:
With its decision, Temple joins more than 800 other universities in the U.S and about 30 in Pennsylvania with test-optional application processes, according to data from Fair Test, a Cambridge, Mass., group critical of standardized testing. Bryn Mawr College, a private women’s college outside Philadelphia, announced that it would no longer require applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores last week. Chatham University and Gettysburg College adopted similar policies in the past decade.