Congratulations to everyone celebrating milestone reunions! We will have special Class Reunion celebrations Saturday evening to honor all members of classes ending in 0's, 1's, 5's, and 6's!
Welcome to this spring’s virtual Alumnae/i Weekend celebration, April 23-25, 2021! Due to obstacles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, we've decided a virtual event is the best way to protect the health and safety of all alumnae/i. For more information on Goucher’s response to COVID-19, please refer to the college’s dedicated website. We will make sure your class has a reunion to remember, and for 2021, you get to do it from the comfort of your couch.
Alumnae/i Weekend Preliminary Schedule
The below schedule is pre-liminary and subject to change. The official schedule will be available when online registration opens in early March!
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET
Select Classes Open to Alumnae/i
Zoom into open classes with faculty and students (schedule to be announced).
1-2 p.m. ET
Golden Alumnae Gathering
Classes 1940-1969 are invited to an honorary gathering with President Kent Devereaux.
1-2 p.m. ET
Class of 1970 private event
1-2 p.m. ET
Class of 1971 private event
Frontiers in the Sciences
Watch students' recorded explanations of their research, then come with your questions for our live virtual student research panel.
Jewish Life Events
Join Hillel students and Rabbi Josh Snyder for a song-filled Kabbalat Shabbat service.
Recruit and team up with classmates, your favorite professor, or staff members for this friendly brain-teaser challenge! Battle against other teams in our version of virtual pub trivia, covering general knowledge and some Goucher history.
11 a.m. to noon
Service of Celebration and Remembrance
Led by Chaplain Cynthia Terry, this service will honor the lives and memories of deceased classmates, faculty, and staff.
The Hallowed Ground Project
This session with Professor of History James Dator and Professor of Archaeology Alexandra Jones will provide an introduction to the research and memorial initiative that seeks to tell the story of the enslaved African American men, women, and children in the 18th and 19th centuries who once labored on the land Goucher now occupies.
Academics Behind the Scenes
Get up to speed on the latest, exciting news about Goucher's curriculum, new majors, and global education with provosts and faculty.
Read Not in My Neighborhood by Antero Pietila and discuss how bigotry shaped Baltimore with Professor of American Studies and Religion Ann Duncan and fellow alumnae/i. Let's come together as a community to explore potential lessons from our shared history.
Alumnae & Alumni of Goucher College (AAGC) Annual Meeting
Gather virtually to hear from AAGC President Jay Gilman '09 and cast your vote for the new slate of AAGC officers, directors, and committee members. Congratulate the 2021 recipient of the Elizabeth Statuta Baker '70 Public Service Award and hear a college-wide update from President Kent Devereaux.
Milestone Class Reunions
Are you in a 2020-21 milestone class-reunion year? You are if your class year ends in 0, 1, 5, or 6! It's a double celebration and class reunions are part of the fun! Join your fellow alumnae/i to recognize top reunion volunteers, then break out into private class reunions and share a toast. The Class of 1970 and the Class of 1971 will each gather with President Kent Devereaux.
Interested in volunteering for your class? Contact Lynn Satterfield ’83, director of alumnae/i affairs, at 410-337-6077.
One of the best ways to rally for your reunion is to be engaged and connected. In honor of this special occasion, we have a brand new reunion giving site: WWW.GOUCHER.EDU/RALLYFORREUNION
Questions about your reunion gift? Please contact Alison Schiller-Smith, director of annual & affinity giving, at 410-337-6032.
2019 Alumni Weekend Highlights
2019 Alumni Weekend Class Photos
Do you have photos from your Goucher days? Will you share them with us, so that we may share them with fellow alumnae/i leading up to Alumnae/i Weekend? Click here to upload, and thank you!