bridgetwoodbury:

This year it’s the Class of 2015’s turn to host our yearly scholarship fundraiser for the Master of the Arts in Arts Administration program! Come!

megmchargue:

just going through some photos and wanted to share these! can’t even believe the program is more than halfway over!

Reason #937,432 to study abroad—- images like this. 

Private colleges prepare students to explore the unknowns they will encounter in their careers, where they will be required to analyze new information and reinterpret what they know and how they apply that knowledge.

Goucher President José Bowen in this NerdWallet article. 

Not to be obvious, but we know the Maryland college…

OK, it’s us. 

'14 Goucher grad is profiled in “Mohsin’s exemplary adventure: Exchange student Mohsin Ahmad reflects on journey from Peshawar to Rappahannock" in the Rappahannock News.
Wishing you the best, Mohsin!
P.S. We miss that brilliant smile. 

'14 Goucher grad is profiled in “Mohsin’s exemplary adventure: Exchange student Mohsin Ahmad reflects on journey from Peshawar to Rappahannock" in the Rappahannock News.

Wishing you the best, Mohsin!

P.S. We miss that brilliant smile. 

Interesting?

"Faust’s top tip for raising a Harvard man or woman: “Make your children interesting!”"

- “How to Get Into Harvard

99.9% of our students ARE interesting. *triumphant grin*

As the colleges have grown, they have brought more significant cultural cache to town, in terms of concerts, theater, lecture series, films, and sporting events—no small thing when trying to capture the young professional residential market today. “We’re becoming more urban and more urbane,” Van Arsdale says.

Grammar nerds of the world unite. 

It’s summertime in Baltimore and that means tons of free outdoor movies! Check out this awesome interactive map that show the films coming up. 

First-Year welcome from President Jose Bowen