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Off-Campus Events

Goucher Admissions Counselors travel throughout the year conducting a number of events, including:

College Fairs: (Fall & Spring)
College fairs provide you the opportunity to meet briefly with an admissions counselor and ask any questions you may have as well as pick up some materials on the college.

High School Visits: (Fall Only)
See if our admissions counselors will be visiting your high school.

Counselor Conversations: (Fall Only)
Counselor conversations last approximately 30 minutes, and are available for high school seniors and transfer students only, on a first-ask, first-served basis. Prior to your conversation you are asked to complete this worksheet.

Colleges That Change Lives Fairs (CTCL): 
Students and families are able to collect information from and speak directly with admission representatives from the colleges and universities that inspired the book Colleges That Change Lives.

National College Fairs:
Free and open to the public, National College Fairs allow students to interact with admission representatives from a wide range of postsecondary institutions. 

If you do not see your area listed, please contact your admissions counselor  for more information.

United States

United States—Arizona

United States—California

United States—Colorado

United States—Connecticut

United States—Delaware

United States—District of Columbia

United States—Florida

United States—Hawaii

United States—Louisiana

United States—Maine

United States—Maryland

United States—Massachusetts

United States—Michigan

United States—New Hampshire

United States—New Jersey

United States—New Mexico

United States—New York

United States—North Carolina

United States—Ohio

United States—Oregon

United States—Pennsylvania

United States—Rhode Island

United States—Texas

United States—Vermont

United States—Virginia

United States—Washington

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