Office of Residential & First-Year Programs

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The Office of Residential Education (ResEd) is located on the second floor of the College Union Building (CUB), Suite 250. This office is responsible for the overall planning, development, and implementation of the residential programs at Gettysburg College.

Contact the Office

Professional Staff

Title

Name

Office Location

Phone Number

Director

Danielle Phillips

CUB 250

717-337-6901

Associate Director

Andy Hileman

CUB 250

717-337-6901

Senior Administrative Assistant

Michele Klunk

CUB 250

717-337-6901

Assistant Director, West Quad

Brooke Gutschick

Stine Hall

717-337-6899

Residential Life Coordinator, Upperclass

Nicole Bauer

CUB 250

717-337-6901

Residential Life Coordinator, East Quad

Gray Reid

Huber Hall

717-337-6841

Undergraduate Staff

Each residence hall is under the leadership of undergraduate staff members, who are Assistant Residential Life Coordinators, Residence Coordinators, Community Advisors, House Leaders, or Resident Assistants. These staff members work with the Office of Residential Education to help develop and maintain an environment that promotes academic, personal, and social growth in the residence hall.

Citizenship Pillars

The Residential Education professional and undergraduate staff seek to support students’ development as self-directed young adults able to take personal responsibility over all dimensions of their lives. Student learning occurs through students' active decision making and engagement in the campus community both in and out of the classroom. The Office of Residential Education challenges students to be deeply engaged based on the following four Citizenship Pillars:

Be Curious

Ask questions, think critically, and be creative; opening yourself to new opportunities as you pursue knowledge and self-understanding.

Own Your Experience

Design your journey, make decisions, and take personal responsibility for all dimensions of your life.

Engage Difference

Commit to experiences that challenge you to step out of your comfort zone and examine your current perspectives, in order to expand your understanding of others and contribute to the advancement of our inclusive community.

Make an Impact

Translate your values into practice through thoughtful interactions that contribute to the life of the community.