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Goucher College

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About Goucher College

Goucher College was established in 1885, it is a private, co-educational, liberal arts college that is located in Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

Goucher College offers over 33 majors and 6 interdisciplinary programs. The college was one of the first colleges to carry out internships. In 2006, Goucher College became the first college in the nation to require the undergraduates to study abroad at least once before graduation. The college also offers master's degrees in arts administration, cultural sustainability, education, teaching, historic preservation, and creative nonfiction, as well as a post-baccalaureate pre-medical program.

In 2004, Newsweek called Goucher College the college with the happiest students. Goucher College was ranked at 105th by U.S. News and World Report in its annual rankings of national liberal arts colleges in 2009.

Campus information

Goucher Collge's 287-acre wooded campus covers impressive and well-equipped facilities, including studio art spaces, nuclear-magnetic resonance spectrometer, a scientific visualization laboratory and several multimedia, computer, and language labs. The classrooms are easily access to the Internet, internal networks, and cable television. The college has a Meyerhoff Arts Center, a 1,000-seat Kraushaar Auditorium, the Hughes Field Politics Center, the Athenaeum (a 103,000-square-foot building, featuring library, art gallery, a café, spaces for exercise, conversation, and etc).

Goucher College is only eight miles north of the heart of Baltimore city. The city offers a wide range of cultural attractions, museums, local art and music scene, restaurants, coffee shops and etc. The Light Rail runs from the Hunt Valley shopping complex (north of Goucher College), through the heart of downtown Baltimore, and out to BWI airport south of the city. The Collegetown Shuttle is also available.

Accommodation

Each house is assigned a resident assistant (RA), a student who lives in the house, functions as a peer adviser, and is the initial contact person to assist students with problems and concerns. They can direct students to appropriate professional resources both on and off campus. In addition, RAs organize educational and social programming in the halls, work with roommates who experience conflicts, provide documentation of policy violations, and serve as liaisons to Facilities Management Services and academic services. RAs are selected each spring through a thorough application and interview process. They go through spring training as well as two comprehensive weeks of training in August. Choose a building to learn a little bit about the history behind your house/hall's name.

  • First-year Village
  • Froelicher Hall
  • Heubeck Hall
  • Katharine and Jane Welsh Hall
  • Mary Fisher Hall
  • Sondheim House
  • Stimson Hall

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Courses available 10

Applied and Pure Sciences 3 Computer Science and IT 1 Creative Arts & Design 3 Humanities & Social Sciences 4

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