Amnesty International is the largest international grass roots human rights organization.
Watches and discusses anime as well as raises campus awareness about anime.
Exists to educate the ASC campus and the Decatur/Atlanta community about Libertarianism and to facilitate political dialogue.
ASC-TV is an organization devoted to bringing a variety of programming to the campus via Agnes Scott's closed circuit television station and providing an outlet for student expression through programming.
ASC Young Democrats
To promote photography, educate members of photographic processes and techniques and development methods, and to expose our art to the campus community.
The Agnes Scott College Chapter of the College Republicans was established to give a voice to the many conservatives on the Agnes Scott College campus. The group advocates and believes in many of the views expressed by the national committee and is committed to the placement of politicians who share similar views to be elected into leadership positions in many levels of government, including local, state and national.
The Conservative Forum is a club for the politically conservative women on campus that exists to make known and peacefully promote conservative ideals, principles and activities. Goals include exposing the student body to the politically conservative viewpoint and in the process increase political awareness on campus. Conservative Forum provides an opportunity for conservative members of the Agnes Scott community to develop leadership skills and to assist in the campaigns of conservative candidates at the national, state and local level.
Green Earth Organization
An environmental organization devoted to increasing campus and community awareness and action, volunteering with local environmental groups, and organizing outdoor activities. GEO works alongside such local groups as Oakhurst Community Gardens, Trees Atlanta and Atlanta Wild Animal Rescue Effort.
Model United Nations Organization
Represents Agnes Scott in regional conferences and promotes awareness of international issues.
Campus book club that meets once a month to discuss a book
The Programming Board is the primary student event planning organization. They plan social activities such as Movies in the Hub, concerts, comedians, hypnotists, magicians, and band and DJ parties. They are also responsible for planning the two annual formals.
To create a call to and space for political discussions, regarding current events, leading revolution theorists and Revolution newspaper.
To provide students a chance for participation in social dance activities in a fun and safe environment.
Student Advocates For Educating Women (SAFE Women)
SAFE Women strives to educate women about health issues. Club members plan and organize a variety of health education programs throughout the year. Some of these programs include Semester Stress Busters, Breast Cancer Education, Alcohol Awareness, The Sextravaganza and the Great American Smokeout. All students are encouraged to join.
WAVE was established to enhance the feminist community on campus. WAVE takes action on campus, local and national feminist issues and concerns, provides leadership and career building opportunities for feminist students, and strives to establish a broad constituency to work in the pursuit of social, political, and economic equality for humanity.
Woodruff Scholar Organization
The Woodruff Scholar Organization assimilates and integrates students who are older than traditional college age (Woodruff Scholars) into the campus community through involvement, thereby enriching both the individual Woodruff Scholars and the college as a whole.