The College will continue to offer flexible and equitable academic and co-curricular options for the fall semester, empowering students in both the residential and remote cohorts to continue to make academic progress:
- Online and in-person courses have been developed to allow for flexible learning. This may require some adjustments in course registration.
- We have expanded the distance from which students can choose to commute to campus from their homes from a 30-mile radius to a 60-mile radius.
- For in-person instruction, more classes will be held in the evenings to allow us to keep class sizes small and maintain physical distancing.
- The College has developed a variety of gap options for students who would prefer to take a semester or a year off while remaining engaged with the College and gaining practical experience and/or course credit.
For the 2020-2021 academic year.
Gettysburg College remains flexible in accommodating our faculty’s needs while ensuring a safe and rigorous learning environment for all students.
A variety of programs are available to students who may not be able to—or prefer not to—return to a residential environment, but wish to remain engaged within the broader Gettysburg College network and to continue their education.
We are committed to supporting our global study students.
The Sunderman Conservatory of Music has announced details about how auditions, performances, classes, and other activities will be conducted to help ensure a safe and meaningful learning environment this fall.