Get started with Robotics at Goucher College

Goucher College is a private liberal arts college in Towson, Maryland. It was chartered in 1885 following a conference in Baltimore led by local leaders of the Methodist Episcopal Church, including John F. Goucher, the school's namesake. It was formerly a women's college before becoming coeducational in 1986 As of 2020, the school had around 1,480 undergraduates studying in 33 majors and six interdisciplinary fields and 700 graduate students. Goucher also grants professional certificates in areas including writing and education and offers a postbaccalaureate premedical program. Originally situated in central Baltimore, Goucher established its current campus in 1953 on a 287-acre plot of land in downtown Towson. Goucher is a member of the Landmark Conference and competes in the NCAA's Division III in sports including lacrosse, tennis, soccer, volleyball, basketball, and horseback riding. Goucher is among the few colleges in the United States to require a study abroad of all undergraduates and was one of forty institutions profiled in Colleges That Change Lives by Loren Pope.

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1021 Dulaney Valley Road, N/A, Baltimore, Maryland 21204
(410) 337-6119

What Goucher College can offer you.

Goucher offers over 60 semester and yearlong study-abroad programs in 30 countries but allows students to register in programs by other schools. Undergraduates are also expected to either complete an internship, participate in community engagement work, or work as a faculty research assistant. Goucher sponsors a competitive grant program for students participating in summer internships. Goucher also grants certificates through a program for teachers called the AP (Advanced Placement) Summer Institute recognizing specialties with at-risk learners, middle school, reading instruction, improving school leadership, and educational technology.

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