In 2003, the election of Katherine Haley Will as Gettysburg College’s thirteenth president began a new era for women on campus. Will will be the first female president in the history of the college, and her election signifies the tremendous legal and psychological changes that have shaken both the college and the nation over the past quarter century. Federal legislation, the slowly-broadening vision of the school’s administration, and the proactive stance taken by women themselves have contributed to making Gettysburg College a place of seemingly strong gender equality.
"In Quest of True Equality: A Study of the Climate for Women at Gettysburg Since 1975,"
The Gettysburg Historical Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 5.
Available at: http://cupola.gettysburg.edu/ghj/vol3/iss1/5