Undergraduate Campus Visits & Events

Get a glimpse of your boundless future.

Be a Scottie for a day and discover what sets Agnes Scott apart. Experience our inclusive community, walk through our beautiful campus (in-person or virtually), chat with current students and learn more about SUMMIT, our signature approach to the liberal arts.

No matter how you are able to visit us to learn more, you will receive an enthusiastic welcome and a genuine feel for what life is like at Agnes Scott and as a Scottie!

Overhead view of campus from a plane.

View our beautiful campus (probably not from this high)!

Learn from home

Excited to learn about Agnes Scott from the comfort of your own home? We have multiple opportunities to explore life as a Scottie whether you are near or far.

Want to connect with a current student to hear about their experience at Agnes Scott and ask questions about what it’s like to be a Scottie? This thirty-minute interactive Zoom meeting will cover Agnes Scott basics and give you time to ask questions.

Register for Virtual Visit

Join us for one of our virtual Great Scott events to learn about Agnes Scott's innovative SUMMIT experience, hear from some incredible faculty members, and interact with current students. During this event, you will gain further insight into our academics and student life and see how our Scotties lead everywhere.

Register for Virtual Great Scott

Our interactive virtual campus tour gives you a 360°-degree view of our main buildings, ranging from academic halls to the student center to the heart of campus, the Quad. Take a sneak peek at the dorms, see the bustle of the dining hall and play video interviews from current students and faculty—all from the comfort of home.

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Visit Campus In-Person

Rain or shine, it’s always a good day to visit Agnes Scott. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful 100-acre campus located in Decatur, GA. Whether it is your first visit or fiftieth, we’ve got you covered (with an umbrella, if needed).

Our in-person visits for students and their guests allow you to safely visit Agnes Scott's campus. Student-led campus tours are held at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, and self-guided tours are always available for you to explore campus on your own. Please note that Agnes Scott requires all persons to wear a face mask while on campus and complete a health screening at the Office of Admission prior to exploring campus.

Register for a Campus Tour

Great Scott is our half-day fall open house event that is perfect for high school students and transfer students who want an inside look at Agnes Scott. Meet key members of the Agnes Scott community, tour campus, learn more about SUMMIT, our innovative core experience, and hear from students and faculty about their experiences.

Agnes Scott College is a vaccinated and masked campus. We require everyone to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while inside any campus buildings. To attend our in-person Great Scott event, you will need to be fully vaccinated (14 days after the second vaccination of Pfizer and Moderna, or the single dose of Johnson & Johnson). You will be required to show proof of your COVID-19 vaccination and person identification at check-in. Your proof may be the physical card or a picture of the card.

If you are not fully vaccinated against COVID-19, we welcome you to join us for a virtual Great Scott event or a daily campus tour.

Register for In-Person Great Scott

Just for Juniors is our annual half-day spring event set aside specifically for high school juniors and their families! You'll get a general overview on Agnes Scott, hear from faculty and current Scotties, learn about our SUMMIT experience and take a campus tour. Registration coming Spring 2022!

One-on-One Conversations

Our Admission counselors are here to answer all of your questions - so take advantage! Sign up for an informal one-on-one conversation where you can ask questions, share more about your specific circumstances and get to know the admission counselor who will work with you throughout the process.

Schedule a Conversation


Group Tour Requests

Thank you for your interest in bringing your group to visit Agnes Scott College! We are excited for the opportunity to show your students around campus and give them a glimpse into the Scottie experience. To help keep our campus visitors and Agnes Scott community safe, we are currently limiting the capacity of group visits. Before requesting a group visit, please read our group tour criteria below.

  • Groups are limited to 15 students and require at minimum 2 chaperones.
  • Groups must be high school students, preferably high school juniors or seniors.
  • Group visits are offered on weekdays at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. lasting about 1.5 hours.
  • Requests must be made at least 2 weeks in advance.
  • Agnes Scott is a fully vaccinated and masked campus. We require everyone to wear a face covering over their nose and mouth while inside any campus building.

If your group’s needs adhere to the above criteria, please fill out this form. Our Visit Coordinator will contact you with more information on your request within 48 hours of your request. If you have questions, reach out to our Visit Coordinator, Anna Platt.

Contact Us

Contact the Office of Admission

Email: admission@agnesscott.edu

Phone: 404.471.6285

Toll-free: 800.868.8602

Hours of Operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

Meet your Admission Counselor

Create your Viewbook

Check out the Admission Blog

More Resources

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Our Campus & City

Our close-knit campus is tucked away in historic Decatur and only minutes away from Atlanta, one of the most vibrant college towns in the US. Here’s why we have the best of both worlds.

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Create a Custom Viewbook

Want to get a basic overview before your campus visit? Create your own Custom Viewbook to learn more about the academic and social life topics that matter to you.

Meet the Admission Team

Our admission counselors are here to help! Reach out to them with questions about the application process, big or small.

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