The Student Scholarly Engagement program promotes the intellectual development of Gettysburg students through funding opportunities for undergraduate research and creative activity and mentoring for students pursuing fellowships and scholarships.
Each year hundreds of students across all majors and class years receive funding to engage in various research projects under the guidance of a faculty research mentor.
Applying for competitive fellowships and scholarships may seem daunting, but major awards are not out of reach for dedicated students.
Gettysburg College students have earned Rhodes, Marshall and Goldwater scholarships, Fulbright grants and teaching assistantships and National Science Foundation fellowships, as well as other awards.
As part of its scholar development program, Gettysburg College makes it a high priority to assist students who are willing to put forth the time and effort required to craft a strong application.
Few colleges offer undergraduates as many opportunities to conduct research one-on-one with faculty mentors.
Celebration is Gettysburg College's annual colloquium on undergraduate research, creative activity and community engagement. Find out more