Gettysburg Campus

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg (LTSG) was founded in 1826, making it the oldest Lutheran seminary in the United States. It merged with the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP) in 2017 to form United Lutheran Seminary.

The 52-acre seminary was also a key location during the Battle of Gettysburg. While Gettysburg, PA is a small town, our unique location draws approximately three million visitors per year and is one of the top tourist sites in the country. Learn more about Gettysburg.

The town has plenty to offer both tourists and residents with diverse, restaurants, galleries, boutiques and historical and recreational activities. The Seminary Ridge Museum and Education Center, located on the ULS campus, is one of the top attractions in Gettysburg, where you can arrange a tour, including climbing to the top of the cupola to get a birds eye view of town.

ULS Gettysburg campus at night

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Explore the Campus

Valentine Hall
Memorial Garden
Wentz Memorial Library
Residence Halls

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