Student Activities

We provide cultural, recreational, social, and leadership opportunities that promote personal development and enjoyment while encouraging a strong sense of community. There are many different ways to students to get involved in programming opportunities on campus!

The Attic

The Attic is a student-designed nightclub on campus, available for booking by campus groups. It allows for a wide variety of events, including concerts, DJ dance parties, formals, athletic receptions, and special events. Included are advanced sound and lighting systems, a stage, dance floor, video projection system, kitchen, pool tables, bar, and multiple large screen televisions.

The Attic is an as-is space and the event host is responsible for configuring the space for their event(s). There are chairs and tables that can accommodate 60 individuals when seated, but additional resources can be requested from our Facilities Services department, if needed. 

If you have any questions about the Attic, please contact the Associate Director of Student Activities and Greek Life, Paige Redmond

Student Programming

The Office of Student Activities and Greek Life employs Student Programming Coordinators who are responsible for planning campus-wide programs for the student body. The Programming Coordinators focus on providing late-night and weekend programming, but also plan weekday events throughout the semester. Notable events that the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life hosts include: International Food Festival, Snowball, Pub Trivia nights, Build-a-Buddy/Build-a-Bae, Midnight Madness, Wingo, Day Trip to DC, and more!

The Programming Coordinators work together to gather ideas for events, collect feedback about the success of programs, and plan their social programming calendar each semester. Typically, the programming team plans and implements at least 3 programs per week during the academic year. They also provide some programming opportunities over Winter Break and Spring Break. 

The programming team is always looking for opportunities to work with student organizations and other departments. If you are interested in collaborating with the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life, please contact the Associate Director of Student Activities and Greek Life, Paige Redmond

Please visit this page to see all upcoming OSAGL events or visit our Instagram! 

Clubs & Organizations

There are over 120 clubs, organizations, and departmental opportunities at Gettysburg College. The Office of Student Activities & Greek Life offers clubs and organizations various resources, which include: registration forms, an advisor tutorial, a Clubs & Organizations Manual, and organizational liaisons.

Each administrator in the Office of Student Activities and Greek Life acts as a liaison to student organizations based off of their group type. The liaisons for each group are as follows:

If you are interested in starting a new club or organization, please login to engageGettysburg to complete the registration form or email the Assistant Director of Student Activities and Greek Life, Victoria Gotwald, for more information about the process.