Women (and men) can take the next step at Agnes Scott to enter the healthcare field.
College graduates can enroll in our post-baccalaureate pre-medical program for additional
courses needed to enter a medical career.
College is probably the first opportunity many people get to
choose their roommates and live with friends who have similar passions and
Eight Agnes Scott College students with a passion for living
sustainably will be living together this fall in the Eco House, a residence
geared toward preserving energy and resources. Students living in the house
will do the usual recycling and composting, but they’ll also air dry their
clothes, water the garden with water saved from dish washing and showers and
cook food they’ve grown in the garden.
“Students will be able to do sustainability practices in
their daily lives and then they’ll get to spread those practices to the wider
community,” said Leah Bryant ’13, a sustainability fellow at Agnes Scott.
Sustainability fellows are recent Agnes Scott graduates who help spearhead and
implement environmentally friendly initiatives on campus.
Students living in the Eco House, which is supported by a grant from Porsche, also will be holding demonstrations
at the house throughout the year to teach the campus and community tips for
reducing their environmental impact.
“I think it’s important for students to learn these
initiatives early so that when they get out of college they will be able to
continue that growth and hopefully teach others as well,” said Avi Greene ’13, another