Alumnae & Alumni of Goucher College (AAGC)

The Annual Meeting of the AAGC will take place virtually on April 24, 2021 over Alumnae/i Weekend—all alumnae/i are invited to participate! Join us as we ratify the slate of incoming alumnae/i leadership, vote on key constitutional amendments, and congratulate award winners, including this year's Elizabeth Statuta Baker '70 Public Service Award recipient, Cindy Plavier Truitt '86, MA '88.

Learn “Who’s Who” on the 2020–21 AAGC Board of Directors.

Founded in 1893, the Alumnae &  Alumni of Goucher College (AAGC) is composed of more than 21,000 women and men who share the experience of a Goucher education. The association was incorporated as a non-profit Maryland corporation in 1920 and continued that independent status until May of 2002 when its Board of Directors voted unanimously for the AAGC to become a part of  Goucher College. As a result of this move, the AAGC now enjoys the benefits of a college-provided operating budget, professional staff support, and physical accommodations on campus at the Alumnae/i House.

The AAGC promotes the interests of the Goucher community through a number of special events and programs available to all alumnae/i, including:

  • AAGC annual meeting
  • Alumnae/i Weekend and milestone reunions
  • Annual Jewell Robinson Dinner
  • Legacy Program
  • Regional gatherings and networking opportunities
  • Young alumnae/i events

In addition, the AAGC gives alumnae/i a strong voice in college affairs through the Board of Directors and Alumnae/i Trustees.