Updates


Goucher is moving three dorms to make room for new buildings

Goucher College will relocate and repurpose three, 1,300-ton residence halls, making room for two brand new buildings on its Towson campus. Morgan Eichensehr, Reporter Baltimore Business Journal The Froelicher Hall residence buildings, which were built in the 1950s as part of the college’s move to Towson, will be preserved and transported to new foundations 500 feet across the campus. The […]


Grand Opening of Pagliaro Selz Hall

    Goucher College Celebrates Official Opening of Pagliaro Selz Hall State-of-the-Art Facility to Anchor First-Year Village Focused on Strengthening Co-Curricular Community Space and Bringing Faculty Back to Campus On November 11, 2016, Goucher College President José Antonio Bowen welcomed Board of Trustees member, Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’73 and Bernard Selz for the official opening and ribbon cutting of the new […]


Re-Zoning Proposal

Update August 31, 2015: We are pleased to announce that the rezoning bid put forth by Goucher College was approved at the hearing on August 30. We will continue to update our website and inform our community as plans progress.   To our Goucher and Towson Communities, Our vision for Goucher College is to become the model for an affordable and transformational […]


Building Momentum

The First Phase of a Sweeping Plan to Transform Campus Is Set to Open


Building Big Ideas

Research tells us that a meaningful residential experience greatly affects a student’s chances for success, both during college and afterward.


Transforming Campus to Transform Students

Goucher, like all institutions of higher education, has one main purpose: to transform students. The college’s faculty and staff have dedicated a lot of time this summer to reflecting on what it means to learn and be transformed and why students thrive best in on-campus living-learning communities. Town hall meetings and small, informal conversations on these subjects have been informed […]


Interior Plans

More than 800 students replied to our survey asking for feedback on the drawings of the new building. Thanks for that, and we heard you. One of the things you wanted was for us to tone it down. Make it more homey, you said, cozier. You wanted more muted colors and down-voted the bright pastels. Here are some of the drawings […]