Service Organizations

Best Buddies
Best Buddies is a college-based volunteer program designed to promote very special friendships between college students and persons with mental disabilities. Buddies participate in one-on-one activities and group activities such as bowling, trips to the zoo and other group and individual activities. Visit the Web site and join them for some fun. 

Campus Girl Scouts
Campus Girl Scouts(CGS) is the age level in the Girl Scout program for full-time college students between the ages of 17 and 22. CGS members are registered as adult Girl Scouts. Prior membership in Girl Scouts in not required. Campus Girl Scouts at Agnes Scott are currently involved in group and individual service projects. CGS members have the opportunity to choose service projects which interest them as well as working with the council and other CGS groups. The program provides opportunities for personal growth, leadership and offers a chance to have fun.

Circle K
Circle K is a collegiate service organization associated with Kiwanis International. Its main purpose is to provide service to the community through various projects and provide its members with opportunities for leadership and fellowship at both the state and international levels. Membership is open to all students.

Circle K International Web site: http://www.circlek.org

The Colonnade Club
The Colonnade Club is a service-based student organization supporting the advancement of Agnes Scott College through the offices of alumnae relations and development. The club serves to enhance the quality of the college by training its members as ambassadors of both alumnae interests and institutional advancement.

Members of the Colonnade Club contribute volunteer services throughout the academic year to assist with alumnae relations and development events and programs. Each selected member is required to fulfill 17 hours of service, with a minimum of five hours completed in the fall semester. These volunteer experiences provide active student members with unique opportunities to interact with alumnae in many different settings. Membership in the Colonnade Club is a great way to serve Agnes Scott, to be involved in the campus community, and to learn about the special connections between alumnae and the college.

Habitat for Humanity
The Agnes Scott College campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity formed in 1993. Georgia Fuller '94, daughter of Habitat International co-founders, Millard and Linda Fuller, was one of the founders of our campus chapter. Agnes Scott's campus chapter has built houses in partnership with the Women's House Build, Atlanta Habitat, Decatur Presbyterian Church and First Presbyterian Church of Savannah. A Habitat for Humanity Awareness Week is sponsored in the fall each year. Work days are held throughout the fall and spring semesters on Saturdays.

Contact: Amy Lovell at alovell@agnesscott.edu