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Mandy Horton McGuire

Mandy Horton McGuire

Mandy Horton McGuire

Mandy McGuire

Admission Counselor

Phone: 404.471.6286

Territory: Georgia counties of Clayton, Henry, Fayette and Rockdale; Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas and Vermont


High School: Stratford Academy in Macon, Ga.
College: Georgia Tech
Major: Business Management
Life before Agnes Scott: I spent 5 years as the Program and Recruitment Director of Rockbrook Camp for Girls in western North Carolina.
What’s one thing you’d rather not do without? My phone-I wish this wasn’t it, but I love being able to keep up with friends and family with pictures since I travel so much for work.
A word or phrase to describe myself: Giraffe-like (I have been called this since childhood, not only due to my height, but also due to my slight clumsiness)
Favorite book: Anything by Nicholas Sparks - I can’t choose just one!
Favorite movie: “Robin Hood Prince of Thieves”


At Agnes Scott since: August 2011
Why I work at Agnes Scott: The Agnes Scott community is one of the most passionate I have come across. I am impressed every day with the dedication our students and professors have for academics and service to others.
Favorite spot on campus: The Alumnae House and pond. It’s such a peaceful area and shows how much the alumnae care and treasure this college.
Favorite spot in Decatur: The Downtown Square as a whole. The concentration of amazing restaurants, shops and festivals is the best!
Favorite spot in Atlanta: Stone Mountain. Once you get to the top, it’s so satisfying and beautiful!


3 reasons to attend Agnes Scott:

  1. Small town community and campus in the heart of a huge city with amazing academic and social resources.
  2. An all-women’s experience is one of the most empowering ways to spend one’s college years.
  3. The fun traditions! These are the reasons women treasure this place decades after they have graduated.


Advice/tips for prospective students: Be yourself during the college search process. It doesn’t matter where your best friend is going or where older family members went. Finding the best fit for you is the most important! You truly want to be happy for 4 years and grow into a successful college graduate after.