Nicole is a sophomore Globalization Studies major from the small town of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. On campus, aside from doing school work, you can see her actively involved in many clubs and organizations: Nicole is a member of Relay For Life, an on campus event that raises money to help fight cancer. She also participated in the Garthwait Leadership Center's Leadership Certificate last year. Her favorite tradition at Gettysburg is Thanksgiving Dinner, when each table their own turkey! She is so excited to meet everyone in the fall!
Mark is a sophomore from Fairfield, Connecticut. He graduated from Fairfield Ludlowe High School and he is currently undecided about his major. During Mark's free time, he loves to play sports, especially basketball, and he is a huge New York Knicks fan. Mark takes pride in Gettysburg College and can't wait to meet the class of 2019!
Avery is a senior and a History major from Leola, Pennsylvania. Since her first-year year, Avery has participated in the Gettysburg College Dance Ensemble and will be serving a second term on the Exec committee. Avery has also worked for Musselman Library Special Collections during the school year as well as in a summer internship capacity. Elsewhere on campus, Avery is a Pilates instructor for Campus Recreation, and an active member of the Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. Avery looks forward to welcoming everyone to campus in the fall!
Jordan is a sophomore from Pottstown, Pennsylvania. She plans on studying health sciences, public policy, and Spanish with career aspirations in the field of public health. On campus, she is involved in Alpha Phi Omega, Big Brothers Big Sisters and with the Admissions Office as a tour guide. In her free time she enjoys watching Netflix, reading, and spending time with her friends. She is very excited to be an Orientation Leader.
Tyra is a double major in Organization & Management Studies and Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies. Tyra was born in St. Croix, but now calls New York City home. She has several jobs on campus, including tour guiding for the Admissions Office.
Danielle is a sophomore Interdisciplinary Studies Major candidate from Houston, Texas. She is interested in working at the National Archives and the top item on her bucket list is to touch the Declaration of Independence (with gloves on, of course!). Danielle would also like to visit every historical marker in Texas. If she was reincarnated at any period in history, she would choose the Civil War so she could be a spy for the Union Army. She is an active member of the Gettysburg Ultimate Frisbee team (her teammates call her Pecan), secretary of the Honor Commission, and an active member of DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship.
Sarah is a rising senior (yikes!) majoring in Mathematics, English, and Educational Studies from Butler, PA. She participates in many organizations on campus, including DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship, Dance Ensemble, and the Newman Association. Sarah works for the Center for Public Service and the Admissions Office. She feels honored to be an Orientation Leader and she can't wait to help welcome the Class of 2019!
Residence Life Staff
Fergan is a senior from Brooklyn, New York and is majoring in Biology. He has been a member of the Residence Life Staff since his sophomore year and is excited for his new role as the Resident Coordinator of Patrick Hall. He loves to travel and had the opportunity to study abroad at Lancaster University in England during the fall of 2014. In his spare time, you may find him working at the Gettysburg College Bookstore, giving campus tours, performing with BOMB Squad, or enjoying a meal with friends in Servo.
Brenna is a senior English major with a Teaching Certification concentration. She is from Ramsey, New Jersey and this is her second year on staff and in Patrick Hall! On campus, she is involved in Four Scores a Capella and Kappa Delta Pi (the education honor society). She is looking forward to meeting her residents when they arrive in the fall!
Tigran is a sophomore Mathematical Economics major from Yerevan, Armenia. He is planning to graduate with three minors: Spanish, Mathematics and Business, but he is not yet sure if that is possible... He is involved in Concert Choir, Latin American Student Association and JAM Club. He works at the CUB Information Desk and at the Bullet Hole. He spends most of his time singing and dancing. He has been traveling for the last three years and he has been abroad longer than he has been home, so he really misses his country, family and friends.
Jacki is a senior and will be graduating in December with a major in Health Sciences and a minor in Spanish in order to pursue a nurse practitioner degree and PhD. During her time at Gettysburg, she has been an RA for first-year students, a research assistant for the Health Sciences department, a CUB Information Desk Employee, president of the Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honor society, and a volunteer tutor and mentor to children of migrant farmers in Gettysburg.
Cole is a sophomore majoring in International Affairs and Economics. He is particularly interested in U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East. He is from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and is an avid Philadelphia sports fan. On campus, he has been involved with the Eisenhower Institute, Gettysburg Recreational Adventure Board and the Campus Activities Board. Cole enjoys running, going out with friends and hiking. When you see him on campus, be sure to say hi!
Nora is a sophomore Psychology major from Dallas, Pennsylvania. Nora is involved with the Campus Activities Board, The Gettysburgian (college newspaper), and the Garthwait Leadership Center. This year, she will be serving as a Peer Learning Associate during the fall semester. In her spare time, Nora loves to play piano, read, and spend time with her friends. She is looking forward to a fun and productive first year as a Resident Assistant!
Brandon is a junior from Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. Brandon has been involved with The American Cancer Society for 10 years and is Fundraising Chair for Gettysburg's Colleges Against Cancer club. Brandon works at The Den, Gettysburg's rock climbing wall. It is his second year as a Residence Life Staff member and he is looking forward to returning to Patrick Hall.
Office of Residential & First-Year Programs
Building: College Union Building
Room Number: 250
Phone: (717) 337-6901
Office Hours: M-F 8:30-5:00, closed 12:00pm - 1:00pm for lunch
Campus Box: 430
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