Student Accessibility Resources

Campus Resources

Goucher College provides the following support services for all students. Students with disabilities are encouraged to take advantage of these resources.

Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)

ACE provides a wealth of resources, including individual academic coaching sessions, academic and wellness workshops, content-based supplemental instruction sessions and content-specific peer tutoring. The center is staffed by advisors and a professional academic coach.

We are conveniently located in Julia Rogers, room 233, in the academic quad.

The Writing Center

The Writing Center tutors help writers with any piece of writing in any stage of the writing process, including brainstorming, organization, revision and rewriting and proofreading. A typical writing center session is anything but typical. Each session is individually designed to help whatever the particular student needs assistance with. Anything related to writing, we can handle, so bring it on in.

The Writing Center is located on the fourth floor of the Athenaeum, overlooking the Hyman Forum.

Counseling Center

Goucher College's Counseling Center provides professional counseling services to all students within the Goucher community. Goucher's counselors can assist with a broad array of issues including anxiety and depression, stress, eating disorders and substance abuse. Counseling services provided on campus are free, confidential, and do not require a referral. Services include brief individual counseling (typically 1-12 sessions), couples' counseling, group counseling, and outreach and consultation.

Library Resources

The Goucher College Library can assist students with locating accessible resources, such as ebooks, for class. Contact for more information. Students with a documented disability can also access Kurzweil 3000, a text-to-speech software platform, available for download to your personal devices through the Office of Accessibility Services (OAS).

External Resources

Baltimore County has assembled a comprehensive resource guide (PDF) for individuals with disabilities.