Campus Climate Study

Learning, Living, and Working at Gettysburg College

At Gettysburg College, we are committed to creating an educational environment that is welcoming and supportive of all of its students, faculty, and staff. Together, we must ensure every member of this campus is valued and has equal access to do their best work.

For this to occur, and to be actively sustained, it necessitates that we forge relationships built upon mutual respect and understanding; possess a competency and desire to bridge difference effectively; cultivate potential in one another and in ourselves; and advance our critical work in diversity, inclusion, and belonging.

We are in the process of appraising how all members of our community experience living, learning, and working at Gettysburg College via a Campus Climate Study Survey. Our shared objectives are to:

  • Identify successful initiatives
  • Reveal any challenges facing members of our community
  • Develop and implement strategic action steps to build upon our successes and address our challenges

Campus Climate Study Implementation Group (CCSIG)

Campus Climate Study Implementation Group (CCSIG): This working group is charged with strategizing and proposing new ways to improve our campus climate. The most recent Campus Climate Study conducted in 2016 is the primary source of data and information reviewed as well as current issues reported in our College’s community.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find out answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the Gettysburg College Campus Climate Study.

View FAQs

You’ve been heard!

On behalf of all the members of the Campus Climate Study Implementation Group (CCSIG), we want to once again thank you for your participation in the 2016 and 2022 Campus Climate Studies!

Read the results from the 2016 survey, and learn about how Gettysburg College has used survey findings to improve its campus climate. (log-in required)