Goucher College

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Founded in 1885, Goucher College is one of the first institutions of higher education to incorporate a study abroad requirement into its core curriculum. Undergraduates can choose from more than 40 academic programs, as well as 65 study-abroad programs. The popular majors include psychology, business management, and English. Goucher’s core curriculum focuses on learning through experiences.

  • During their final year, students are required to present a capstone experience or signature project at a student symposium. 
  • Nearly all of the students receive some form of financial aid.
  • Scholarships at the institution are generally merit-based and the average grant aid for beginning undergraduates is $34,111. 
  • Students can participate in more than 60 on-campus Student clubs and organizations