Remote study

Information and resources for students studying remotely

Note: The content on this page was current through May, 2021. It is now outdated and will be replaced over Summer 2021 to reflect information for the Fall semester. See Summer Rules for the current COVID-19 behavior rubric.

Whether you are studying on-campus or off-campus, the College remains committed to supporting all of our students and delivering the quality learning experience our community expects and deserves.

Academic support

Gettysburg College Faculty have been trained and are well prepared to support remote learning. In the summer of 2020, they participated in a Pedagogy Institute to ensure flexible and diverse curricular offerings of the highest quality. These courses built upon the training they participated in during the spring 2020 semester and gave our faculty the tools to create courses that are adapted to, and take advantage of, online modalities.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to your faculty advisor if you have any questions or concerns about remote learning. You may also seek assistance from the Office of Academic Advising by calling 717-337-6579 or by making an appointment online.

Technical support

Information Technology staff is available to offer support to any students who might not have access to a computer or internet. Please call G-Tech at 717-337-6935 if you need assistance obtaining a computer or internet access.

Library resources

Musselman Library will continue its commitment to support the teaching and research needs of the Gettysburg community during the COVID-19 pandemic. The library staff is working with students and faculty to ensure that as many scholarly resources and services as possible are accessible remotely. For example, students studying remotely may request materials to be shipped to them using MUSCAT Plus.

Additional information on library resources and services is updated regularly on the Musselman Library page. Please do not hesitate to contact Musselman Library staff if you need assistance accessing resources and services.