All students admitted to Goucher, who submitted a high school transcript, are automatically considered for a merit scholarship. In accordance with Goucher's test optional policy, test scores are not required for merit scholarship consideration. Goucher students must be in academic good standing to maintain a scholarship; scholarships are renewable and awarded for up to eight semesters.
Maryland Scholars Program
The Maryland Scholars Program is designed to make a Goucher education accessible to first-generation Maryland residents from underserved socio-economic communities. Consideration for the program is available to students who exhibit intellectual promise, motivation, and scholarship.
For more information, please visit the Maryland Scholars Program webpage.
Dance scholarships are awarded based on an audition and the recommendation of the
Dance faculty to outstanding first-year students planning to major in dance. These
annual scholarships range from $1,000 to $5,000, with a potential value totaling a
maximum of $4,000 to $20,000.
Dance scholarships are applied to the student's account by semester (at 1/2 the annual value) and cannot be combined with a Tuition Exchange, or a Tuition Remission benefit from Goucher College. Dance scholarships will be renewed automatically provided students maintain full-time enrollment as a dance major in good academic standing until graduation or a maximum of eight semesters, whichever comes first.
Selected applicants will be invited to campus to participate in the scholarship audition on Sunday, February, 23, 2020.
How To Apply
1. Submit the Common Application and required supporting documents by January 15 (Regular Decision entrance plan) of your senior year.
2. Submit the Dance Application and required supporting documents by January 15 (Regular Decision entrance plan) of your senior year.
Colleges That Change Lives Scholarship
This is an outside scholarship sponsored by the non-profit organization Colleges That Change Lives. The CTCL Scholarship ($1,000 per year, renewable for up to four years with a maximum award of $4,000 per student) will be awarded to new first-year students, including international students and undocumented students, who choose to attend a CTCL-member college or university.