Scholarships

Accessing the Future

Scholarships provide a vital source of support to enhance and enrich the lives of our students. They reward those students who work hard and dream big. They provide access to a transformational education to those who deserve it but would otherwise be unable to afford it. Scholarships allow students to focus on the reason they came to Goucher—to learn, to explore, to challenge themselves and the world around them—and eases some of the financial stress that can sometimes be a barrier to student retention and success. By establishing a new scholarship or contributing to existing endowed scholarships, you are making a Goucher education accessible to future students.

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The Tisch Fellow in Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program

The Tisch Fellow in Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program (PBPM) was established by Andrew H. and Ann R. Tisch, P’19 to provide one fellowship in each academic year beginning in September 2021 to an outstanding student enrolled in the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program. The purpose of this fellowship is to provide support to students who have financial need and to support Goucher’s goal of promoting a diverse student body, which is key to its educational mission. Each applicant’s qualifications will be considered on an individual basis.

The Goldsmith Scholarship in Business

The Goldsmith Scholarship in Business was established in 2020 by Beth Himmelstein Goldsmith ’72, M.Ed. ’73 to provide scholarships for students enrolled in the new 4+1 dual degree program with the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. The scholarship helps recruit talented students from underrepresented populations to increase representation by these groups in the business world. Armed with the solid foundation and skills gained through their education at Goucher and Johns Hopkins, the recipients will be emblematic of Goucher College’s commitment to global education, innovation, and social justice.

The Bouis-Peake Women in STEM Scholarship

The Bouis-Peake Women in STEM Scholarship was established in 2020 by the Barbara Peake Trust to provide scholarships to undergraduate female students pursuing a major and, ultimately a career, in the sciences, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) fields with proven academic excellence.

I am unsure whether I want to pursue a career in dance, psychology, or both. Ideally, I would love to study cognitive or social psychology while also being a choreographer. For now, thanks to the support of the scholarship, I am continuing to focus on finding my niche in the world.

Halley Price ’23

Major: Dance and Psychology
Sophia L. Kurek ’13 Memorial Scholarship Recipient

My career goal after graduation is to be an actor, film critic, videographer, and photographer. Your scholarship allows me to focus on my studies and not the financial burden, so thank you for your generosity.

Anthony Jenkins ’23

Major: Communication & Media Studies
The Mary Siddall Logan '46 Scholarship Recipient

Scholarships

The Bouis-Peake Women in STEM Scholarship was established in 2020 by the Barbara Peake Trust to provide scholarships to undergraduate female students pursuing a major and, ultimately a career, in the sciences, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) fields with proven academic excellence. 

The Class of 1984 Alicia Carter ’84 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by the Class of 1984 in honor of their 30th reunion to provide need-based financial aid to students enrolled in the undergraduate program with a preference given to students who have demonstrated an interest in religious studies and/or community service.

The Class of 1970 Scholarship Fund was established by the Class of 1970 to honor their 50th reunion to provide need-based scholarships to undergraduate students. Preference will be given to underrepresented students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year. 

The Dorothy Fifer Dickson, Class of 1926 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by David T. Dickson, son of Dorothy Fifer Dickson to provide financial aid to students enrolled in  undergraduate programs.

The Goldsmith Scholarship in Business was established in 2020 by Beth Himmelstein Goldsmith ’72, M.Ed. ’73 to provide scholarships for students enrolled in the new 4+1 dual degree program with the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. The scholarship helps recruit talented students from underrepresented populations to increase representation by these groups in the business world. Armed with the solid foundation and skills gained through their education at Goucher and Johns Hopkins, the recipients will be emblematic of Goucher College’s commitment to global education, innovation, and social justice.

The Elaine Knorr Gompf ’48 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established through the Estate of Dr. Thomas Gompf to provide financial aid to students currently enrolled in the undergraduate program.

The Ann B. Greif ’39 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2019 by Stephen Greif, Geoffrey Greif, and Carol Sandler in memory of their mother to provide need-based financial aid to students currently enrolled in the Integrative Arts undergraduate program. Preference will be given to students who are enrolled in music classes.

The Margaret Lansing Fox Hayes ’34 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2017 by Barbara Gray, daughter of Margaret Lansing Fox Hayes ’34, to provide financial aid to students currently enrolled in the undergraduate program. Preference may be given to a student or students who have been living with a single parent, in foster care, orphaned, or who are in a legal guardianship (as defined on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

The Sophia L. Kurek ’13 Memorial Scholarship is intended to recognize students who embody strong academic standards, artistic talents, and personal qualities of grace, passion, and diligence exemplified by the late Sophia Louise Kurek ’13. Sophia graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with a degree in Dance Performance and with her pre-medical requirements completed. After graduation, she danced professionally and was completing her medical school applications at the time of her fatal accident in June 2014. The Kurek Fund supports a two-year scholarship recognizing one or more Goucher College rising junior students who have demonstrated a record of academic achievement, artistic talent, personal qualities of diligence and grace, and a passion and commitment to pursue a degree in dance.

The Alvin and Lois Hunovice Lapidus ’57 Endowed Scholarship Fund will provide need-based financial aid to students currently enrolled in the undergraduate program at Goucher College.

The Gretchen Lundgren Lewis ’68 and Jennifer Lundgren Lewis-David ’94 Scholarship Fund was established in 2019 by Jennifer Lundgren Lewis-David ‘94 to establish to provide merit scholarships to students currently enrolled in the undergraduate program. Preference will be given to students majoring in History or Literary studies.

The Mary Siddall Logan ’46 Scholarship Fund was established in 2018 by a bequest of Mary Siddall Logan ’46, P’75, and her husband, William Logan P’75, for deserving scholarships and needy students.

The Emilie Humbert Mules ’66 and William Curran Mules Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by Emilie Humbert Mules ’66 and William Curran Mules to provide need-based financial aid to students enrolled in the undergraduate program who resided in Baltimore City while attending high school, graduated from either a Baltimore City high school or any independent school, and  have significant financial need. 

The Joan Shnipper ’73 and Michael Mullane Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in August 2016 by Michael Mullane to provide financial aid to students currently enrolled in the undergraduate program. Preference may be given to a student or students who have financial need, academic achievement, and potential in the field of communications and public affairs.

The Passerman Family Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2016 by Harriet Shapiro Passerman ’58 and the Maine Community Foundation to provide financial aid to students of need enrolled in the undergraduate program.

The Stromberg Family Scholarship was established in 2019 by Lisa Lyden Stromberg ’83 and Bill Stromberg to provide need-based financial aid to students who are actively pursuing an undergraduate degree. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the Maryland Scholars Program.

The Tisch Fellow in Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program (PBPM) was established by Andrew H. and Ann R. Tisch, P’19 to provide one fellowship in each academic year beginning in September 2021 to an outstanding student enrolled in the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program. The purpose of this fellowship is to provide support to students who have financial need and to support Goucher’s goal of promoting a diverse student body, which is key to its educational mission. Each applicant’s qualifications will be considered on an individual basis.

The Estelle Hutchins Tulloss ’40 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established by an anonymous donor to provide need-based financial aid to students currently enrolled in the undergraduate program. Preference will be given to students who express an academic interest in the field of mathematics, statistics, and/or data analytics at Goucher College.

The Two Oaks Endowed Scholarship was established by an anonymous donor to provide a scholarship for an undergraduate student, and the annual income from the fund shall be used to establish a merit-based scholarship fund to be awarded to a junior or senior who is majoring or minoring in education or majoring in theater.

The Sarah Danzig Weissman ’35 Memorial Endowed Scholarship was established by Robert M. Weissman in memory of his mother, Sarah Danzig Weissman ’35, to provide need-based financial aid to students actively pursuing an undergraduate degree.

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