Gettysburg ,PA

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Stoodnt Assessment

As an independent institution, the college operates under a charter granted in 1832 by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The College is governed by a 39-member board of trustees comprising leaders from a range of professions and walks of life. Thirty of the College’s trustees are graduates of Gettysburg. Gettysburg is considered a more selective college, with admission rates recently hovering around 40%. The Class of 2019 had below a 30% acceptance rate, and Gettysburg often competes with comparable schools Dickinson and Franklin & Marshall for applicants.82% of the class of 2020 was in the top 25% of their high schools, 64% of students were in the top 10% of their school.Nearly 2,700 students, approximately one-half men and one-half women and representing 40 states and 39 foreign countries, attend the college. 75% of these students come from outside of Pennsylvania. Around 85% of the student body will graduate in five years, and almost 60% of graduates will study at least one semester abroad. The college has high retention rates, historically hovering around 90%.On the student level, adjudication of academic disputes takes place through an Honor Commission, which holds hearings in which students are given a chance to have their say on charges brought against them. The Academic Honor Code has been in effect since 1957, and recently has been updated to fit better with today's technology.

SAT/ACTRequired
%of students whose need was fully met0
College rating
Global Brand US Brand Corporate Reputation Engineering Program Liberal Arts Program Business Programs Graduate Programs
3 5 5 3 5 3 3
Student Information
Total Men Women
Applications 5,453 2,623 2,830
Admitted 2,270 1,034 1,236
Enrolled 703 337 366
Student Diversity
Category Men Women
African American 26 43
Asian 13 23
White 1,019 1,042
Hispanic 38 74
International(Men & Women)% 2 -
Academic stats (SAT)
SAT Section Score Range
Critical Reading 600 - 690
Math 600 - 680
Writing 0 - 0
Total Score 1200 - 1370
Expenses
Fee In-State Out of State
Tuition $62,155.00 $62,155.00
Financial Aid
Aid/Loan No of students receiving aids Percent of students receiving aids Total amount of receiving aids Average amount of receiving aids
Fedral/State/Local Aid 1,943 75% $50,886,470.00 $26,190.00
Pell Grant Aid 365 14% $1,414,129.00 $3,874.00
Fedral Student Loan 1,423 55% $8,416,636.00 $5,915.00
Key Programs Offered in Under Graduate
  • Architecture, Planning and Environment
    • Environmental Studies
    • General Health and Physical Education/Fitness
  • Arts, Humanities and Languages
    • Latin American Studies
    • Chinese Studies
    • Italian Studies
    • Japanese Studies
    • African-American/Black Studies
    • Women's Studies
    • Music Teacher Education
    • German Language and Literature
    • French Language and Literature
    • Spanish Language and Literature
    • General Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
    • General English Language and Literature
    • Philosophy
    • Religion/Religious Studies
    • General Psychology
    • General Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts
    • General Fine/Studio Arts
    • Criticism and Conservation Art History
    • General Music
    • General Music Performance
    • General History
  • Math and Sciences
    • General Biology/Biological Sciences
    • Biochemistry
    • Exercise Physiology
    • General Mathematics
    • Computational Mathematics
    • International/Global Studies
    • Other Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
    • General Chemistry
    • General Physics
    • General Public Policy Analysis
  • Business
    • General Business Administration and Management
Key Programs Offered in Graduate (Masters)
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