Campaign Thermometer

As of Friday, October 31, 2014

campaign thermometer

Questions. Answered.

Q | What is Agnes Scott's alumnae participation rate?

Q | I want to make an endowed or expendable gift in support of one of your campaign priorities. Do I still need to give to The Fund for Agnes Scott?

Q | What is the current cost of tuition, room and board?

Q | What will $100 million achieve?

Q | Given its large endowment, why does Agnes Scott need to raise more money?

Q | These are challenging times for liberal arts colleges. Does Agnes Scott have a sustainable business model?

Q | Is a single-sex institution such as Agnes Scott viable for the 21st century?

Campaign Leadership

Elizabeth Kiss, President
"Women's leadership in all areas of human endeavor will define the 21st century." —Elizabeth Kiss, President
Beth Daniel Holder '82, National Campaign Chair
"If women are to lead in a thoughtful way, they must be educated properly and have deep values. Agnes Scott consistently produces women who go on to make a difference in the world because we teach women to be thinkers." —Beth Daniel Holder '82, National Campaign Chair
Clyde Tuggle, Chair of the Board of Trustees and National Campaign Chair
"Women are playing an increasing leadership role in every aspect of society. Investing in Agnes Scott — which already has a strong track record of women of distinction — means investing in the future leadership of the world in which we live." —Clyde Tuggle, Chair of the Board of Trustees and National Campaign Chair
Libby Rhett Jones '73, National Campaign Chair
"The typical Agnes Scott student of today might look different from previous generations, but the critical characteristics haven't changed. The academics remain challenging.  We continue to have dedicated professors and the same rigorous programs. Empowering women is still our fundamental purpose." —Libby Rhett Jones '73, National Campaign Chair