October 4, 2018

Hopkins Club Invitation to Goucher Alumnae/i

Dear Goucher Alumnae/i,

On behalf of the Board of Governors of the Johns Hopkins Club, it is my pleasure to renew an invitation to all Goucher Alumnae/i, faculty, trustees, and full-time senior administrators and staff to join the Club as regular members. The Board created this new category of membership in 2006 in recognition of the long relationship between the two schools.

Hopkins ClubFor those not familiar with the Club, it is a beautiful private dining club located on the Homewood Campus. Founded in 1899 as a faculty club, it is now a faculty/alumni club of more than 2,500 members. Membership in the Club would afford you full use of the Club's facilities. We are open for lunch and dinner every day but Monday, including Sunday brunch and informal dining in the Tap Room. It is a delightful place to relax with family and friends. A full service bar is also available. Meals are charged to an account billed monthly. There are no minimums. Spouses are considered members except for voting privileges. Another benefit for you would be its reciprocal dining and lodging privileges with numerous clubs; from the Athenaeum Club at the California Institute of Technology, to the Country Club of Maryland, to the Oxford/Cambridge Club on the Pall Mall in London.  Overnight accommodations are available in many. 

You will also have the opportunity to attend many special events sponsored by the Club, including oyster roasts, themed nights, book club, lobster nights, lecture series, holiday events and many more that are advertised in the Club's newsletter. You may also reserve one of the Club's dining rooms or private rooms for your private parties and special events.

I  invite  you to  look  at  the  Club's  website, www.jhuclub.jhu.edu for a full list of reciprocal clubs as well as for more information about the Club. Our present dues structure and an application for membership may be found on our website. If you would like a personal tour of the Club, please call the office at 410-235-3435.

A warm welcome awaits you.


Richard T. Scholz, M.D.

The Johns Hopkins Club Inc.  │  3400 North Charles Street. Baltimore, Md 21218