Agnes Scott College was founded in 1889. Agnes Scott College is a residential liberal arts women's college. The campus is situated in Decatur, Georgia near Atlanta. The college is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). Agnes Scott College is considered as one of the Seven Sisters of the South. The college has students' strength of 914. The college has 82 dedicated and experienced faculties who offer excellent education to the students. 87% of the faculty is full time and all of them hold terminal degrees. The student to faculty ratio was 10:1 in 2006. Agnes Scott College has sports teams which include basketball, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball, lacrosse. Agnes Scott College is one of the forty colleges profiled in the book "Colleges That Change Lives", by Loren Pope.
Course DetailsBA/BSN degree with Emory School of
The undergraduate school offers 30 majors and 25 minors. The college offers Bachelor of Arts degree. Agnes Scott College offers undergraduate programs like,
combined bachelor and master's degree
in art and architecture with Washington
BA/BS degree in engineering with the
Georgia Institute of Technology
exchange program with Mills College
Washington Semester where students
spend one semester at American
University in Washington DC
Irene K. Woodruff return to college
program- a program for Non traditional
The college offers certain coeducational graduate programs in the following areas,
Master of Arts in teaching secondary English
Masters of Arts in teaching secondary math and science
Post baccalaureate pre-medical program
The students can visit the campus and they can tour the campus. They can apply online. The students can also request for information. The college also conducts open houses.
Agnes Scott College offers on campus housing facilities. The students can mention their housing and roommate preference. If the students opt for off campus housing then they will have to take prior permission. There are seven residential halls. Each of the halls have double rooms, kitchen facilities, lounge access and computer labs.
Agnes Scott College
141 E. College Ave.,
Telephone number: 404 471-6000