We provide cultural, recreational, social, and leadership opportunities that promote personal development and enjoyment while encouraging a strong sense of community. There are many different ways to students to get involved in programming opportunities on campus. Use the links on the left to learn more about the Campus Activities Board, the Attic, and our numerous student-run clubs and organizations.
The Attic is a student-designed nightclub on campus, available for booking by campus groups. It allows for a wide variety of events, including concerts, DJ dance parties, formals, athletic receptions, and special events. Included are state of the art sound and lighting systems, a stage, dance floor, video projection system, kitchen, pool table, bar, and large screen tv.
The Office of Student Activities and Greek Life employs Student Programming Coordinators who are responsible for planning campus-wide programs for the student body. The Programming Coordinators focus on providing late-night and weekend programming, but also plan weekday events throughout the semester. The Programming Coordinators are also responsible for the coordination of our traditions programs, such as the annual Snowball and the International Food Festival.
The Programming Coordinators work with committees to assist in the planning and implementation of the programs, as well as the Associate Director of Student Activities & Greek Life, Paige Cook.
Clubs & Organizations
There are over 120 clubs, organizations, and departmental opportunities at Gettysburg College. The Office of Student Activities & Greek Life offers clubs and organizations various services, including registration forms, an advisor tutorial, and a Clubs & Organizations Manual. Please use this website to provide you with additional resources to help your club or organization succeed.