Campus Living

Living Here

Gettysburg College is a residential liberal arts college, with 90 percent of students living on campus. As a first-year student you will live in one of the two first-year quads, each offering personal space, group lounges and seminar rooms.

Visit our Office of Residential & First-Year Programs.

Eating Here

Our award-winning Dining Services offers a variety of meal plans designed to meet the varied needs of all of our students. Dining facilities include the Dining Center (known as Servo), the Bullet Hole, the Dive, and the Commons Marketplace.

Dining Services hosts our annual Thanksgiving Dinner and a variety of themed meals.

Visit Dining Services.

 

International Food Festival

This new tradition, sponsored by the Campus Activities Board(CAB), transforms Lincoln Avenue into a street fair, offering foods from around the world.

International Food Festival

Lincoln Avenue transforms into a street fair.

Going global

Students place stars on a map indicating where they are from or where they studied abroad.

More than just food

The festival includes games, activities, and more.

Bullet Hole

The Bullet Hole

Located in the College Union Building, you’ll find an array of food choices for everyone’s taste. Try Abe’s Faves, Kazue, Higher Bred, Pi, or Root!

Explore all of your dining options

Student in residence hall

First-Year Residence Halls

First-year students reside in one of seven residence halls. The East Quad consists of Hanson, Huber, Patrick, and Musselman halls. Paul, Rice, and Stine halls comprise the West Quad.

Find out more about First-Year living