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The mission of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion is to assist Gettysburg College in the development of an integrated and sustainable strategy for creating an inclusive learning and working environment. In addition, the Office provides leadership for the College's initiatives to enhance the intercultural competence of faculty, staff, and students.

Diversity Statement

Freedom of Expression Philosophy

  • OME

    Office of Multicultural Engagement Opening Event

  • burgburst

    Burg Burst 2017

  • CRS

    Center for Religious and Spiritual Life Opening

  • Foodfest

    International FoodFest 2017

Office information

Pennsylvania Hall, Second Floor
P: (717) 337-6375
Fax: (717) 337-8451

M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Campus Box 2994


Gettysburg College is proud to be a member of the following organizations:



HACU (Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities)

LADO (Liberal Arts Diversity Officers Organization) website coming soon

NADOHE (National Association of Diversity Officers in Higher Education)

NCFDD (National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity) Click here for instructions on how to join!


Want your event to appear here? Please email details to or call 717.337.6375. View all events.

Diversity & Inclusion Resources

Resources on campus

Activism at Gettysburg
ADA Information

Bias Conduct Policy
Bias Incidents Summary 2017-2018 (pdf)
Center for Public Service
LGBTQA Advocacy & Education
LGBTQA at Musselman Library
Office of Multicultural Engagement
Post-Election Resources
Race & Diversity at Musselman Library
Religious Holidays
Religious Inclusion Policy
STEM Scholars
Students with Disabilities Handbook
Women's Center

Please see our list of resources that can be used for faculty, staff, and students to build a toolkit for themselves. View reading list (PDF).

Please send other shareable resource ideas to

Glossary of Terms

At Gettysburg, we define diversity as broadly as possible: race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, socioeconomic levels, geography, and disabilities.

View a glossary of diversity-related terms