Where You Live

The Office of Residential Life is made up of a collection of caring professionals and student staff members who work to provide a positive and productive experience for all Goucher students living on our college campus.

Residential Life is at the heart of Goucher's vibrant campus life. We partner with a number of different staff and faculty members to create a meaningful residential experience aimed at assisting our students on their journey of emerging adulthood. As part of the Division of Student Affairs, we not only provide college dorms but also foster an environment where learning happens far beyond the classroom. 

Here you can find information about our process for housing incoming and current students, learn more about the different residence halls on campus, and gain a better understanding of the special interest houses and on-campus apartments that are a part of the Goucher community. Learn more about the college's meal plan options.

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    Located near the heart of campus and close to the Decker Sports & Recreation Center, the First-Year Village has 450 beds in a traditional residence-hall setting to encourage first-year students to get out of their rooms, meet new people, and begin building friendships to last a lifetime.

  • Hammocks are clustered just outside the First-Year Village buildings to relax or read a favorite book in.

  • Completely renovated in 2000, Heubeck Hall includes Bennett, Gamble, Jeffery, and Robinson houses. Heubeck's multipurpose room supports numerous student and community activities. Our caring and supportive Health Center is located here as well.

  • Heubeck Hall 

  • Welsh Hall has a convenient entrance right off "Van Meter Highway."

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    My Favorite Spot on Campus


Access our online housing software at:

The Housing Director