Open Classes & Centers

Friday, April 24


Classes are subject to change. Please check in at registration before you attend.

9:20 – 10:30 a.m.

ARH 103: Introduction to Art History
VM 213
April Oettinger

DMC 102.001: Data Analytics for Sustainability
JR 128
Phong Le ‘03

FR 120.01: Elements of French
Welsh 128
Sarah Atji

SOA 100.001: Culture and Society
VM G11
Marko Salvaggio

SP 130V: Intermediate Spanish
JR 277
Citlali Miranda-Aldaco

SPE 100: Foundations of Special Education
JR G27
Mary Adkins

10:40 – 11:50 a.m.

CHE 373: Inorganic Chemistry
HS 131
George Greco

SPE 100: Foundations of Special Education
JR G27
Mary Adkins

12:00 – 12:55 p.m.

BIO 102: Introductory Biology
HS G85
Cynthia Kicklighter
Jenny Lenkowski

12:00 – 1:10 p.m.

PSY 105.003: Introduction to Psychology
HS 134
Joan Wilterdink

SOA 208.001: Culture and the Human Body (can only accommodate four visitors)
HS 133
Carolyn Schwarz

2:40 – 3:50 p.m.

ARB 110.01: Elements of Arabic
VM 209
Zahi Khamis

MA 172.001: Calculus through Data and Modeling
JR 128
Rachel Grotheer

PSY 227.001: Feminist Psychology
HS 134
Nyasha Grayman


9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)
The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) is an academic support center that assists students in their effort to prepare for a life of inquiry, creativity, social responsibility and to develop a sense of personal and professional ethics and integrity. ACE supports the college’s mission by providing individual academic coaching sessions, academic and wellness workshops, content-based supplemental instruction sessions and content-specific peer tutoring. The center is staffed by professional academic coaches and a trained graduate intern. The center offers relaxation and stress reduction strategies through yoga, meditation and other wellness practices and has a greeter dog as part of their wellness programing.  Academic accommodations are also implemented at the academic center for students with documented learning differences.
Julia Rogers, 2nd floor, #233

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Center for Race, Equity, and Identity (CREI)

The Center for Race, Equity, and Identity promotes a learning environment dedicated to our community principles of respect, communication, inclusion, service and social justice. The office engages in outreach to, and support for, all underrepresented students.
Athenaeum, Room 422

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Exploration Hub
The Exploration Hub is a place that cultivates curiosity and helps student explore endless possibilities by bringing together the expertise of staff and students in three experiential learning offices:

  • Career Education Office
  • Office of Global Education
  • Office of Community-Based Learning

Our mission is to prepare students for a lifetime of learning and success.
Van Meter first floor

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP)
Through this academic division of the college, Goucher offers students who are also men and women incarcerated in state prison the opportunity to earn a Goucher College education. In Fall 2016, Goucher became the only college in the Maryland/DC region, and one of a small number across the country, offering a full path to a bachelor’s degree onsite for students in prison. Courses are taught by Goucher faculty, and occasionally by excellent professors from other area colleges and universities. A national model, GPEP continues Goucher’s tradition as a leader in the liberal arts and advances the public conversation about poverty, justice, and access to education.
Hoffberger, Rooms  121/124

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Offices of Student Engagement and New-Student Programs (OSE)
The Offices of Student Engagement and New-Student Programs are dedicated to providing quality on- and off-campus activities, leadership development and education opportunities, new student programs, and late-night and weekend events that enhance the Goucher experience for students and their families.
Mary Fisher Hall, Room 106