During this unprecedented time, COVID-19 has forced Goucher to move to a distance-learning model as mandated by governmental and public health authorities. This means that many campus facilities and programs may be temporarily closed and/or limited to accommodate such a model. The college is committed to our students’ learning and well-being, and is doing everything it can to foster meaningful interactions between and among students, faculty, staff and the broader community, while having to maintain physical distancing requirements.
A task force has been assembled and is working diligently to plan for the fall and develop strategies to bring our students, faculty, and staff back to campus in a safe and responsible manner.
- August 10, 2020
We understand that the transition to online learning this fall has created new questions regarding academics, student affairs, and other essential topics. As such, we have updated our Return to Campus list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) to address these new questions and provide the most up-to-date information.
- August 5, 2020
Goucher College understands the critical need for COVID-19 testing. As such, the college, working with public health experts, has created a dual-modality testing plan for those students returning to campus.
- July 31, 2020
It is with a great deal of disappointment that I write to inform you that our undergraduate students should not return back to campus this fall, and instead we should prepare to deliver this semester’s courses entirely online with the majority of our students studying from home.