Support for Responding Parties

For immediate safety concerns, including threats and suicidal thoughts, call or go to Goucher Campus Safety or call 911.

Office of Campus Safety
24-hour campus safety services including emergency response, acting as a liaison with local police, and providing campus safety escorts.
Heubeck Hall, first floor

Confidential On-Campus Resources

Student Counseling Center
Free mental health counseling
855-236-4278 (after-hours)
Mary Fisher Hall, top floor

Chaplain Cynthia Terry
Supportive listening
Basement of The Chapel

Rabbi Josh Snyder
Supportive listening
Heubeck Hall, second floor (Room H206)

Peer Listeners
Students, trained in listening and crisis management skills, can meet you to talk about various topics including stress.
Pearlstone; daily between 7 p.m. and 2 a.m.

Student Health Center
Medical exams, STD and pregnancy tests. Emergency contraception available.
Heubeck Hall, first floor

Apps for Safety

Gopher Help
Access campus resources for emergency assistance, safety escort requests, and more.
Download and install CampusShield from your mobile phone App store, then search for Goucher College.

Other Resources

An attorney is not required for a Title IX Process (campus disciplinary process), however, students are entitled to one, if desired.

Baltimore County Lawyer Referral and Information Service

Other Campus Resources

The Office of Accessibility Services (OAS)
Provides appropriate accommodations so that students have an equal opportunity to participate inside the classroom and in college programs and activities. This is for longer-term accommodations than the TIX office provides. Requires documentation from a provider.

The Office of Student Support & Outreach
Aims to support students as they develop into resilient, capable, and successful leaders on campus and beyond.

The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)
Academic coaches support students, individually and in groups, on developing and deepening academic skills.