We are committed to supporting our global study students, no matter where they are studying.
The Center for Global Education (CGE) continues to be in regular contact with Gettysburg’s program providers and host institutions around the world. Preparedness plans are in place, which includes physical distancing and cleaning protocols that meet or exceed required standards. Many programs have taken the additional precaution of housing students in single rooms to allow for increased privacy and the possibility of isolation if needed. Many programs have also instituted modified calendars, prepared online coursework (or for the ability to move to online coursework if needed), and established guidelines for and limitations to travel during the semester. Students are being apprised of these modifications as they are announced.
We all wish that the path forward would be clearer. If students and families are comfortable with the program modifications and increased risks, and it is possible for U.S. citizens and other international students to enter our program countries, Gettysburg will do our very best to continue to support global study plans. If at any point Gettysburg is compelled to withdraw support for global study, students will be given assistance with registration, housing, and other questions.
Gettysburg College is proceeding as planned with Spring 2021 global study. If programs are modified or canceled, or students decide to withdraw from global study, Gettysburg College classes will be available for students via remote and off-campus learning for the spring semester.
Please be in touch with the Center for Global Education at email@example.com with additional questions.
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