Re-admission and Re-enrollment

Who qualifies for re-admission or re-enrollment?

Students who were previously enrolled at Agnes Scott College or who have been admitted within the last two years do not need to fill out the Common Application to be considered for admission. Those who were previously enrolled at Agnes Scott College should use the re-enrollment application. If it has been two or more years since enrollment, the newest academic catalog will be used for degree completion

Any student who has been admitted within the last two years but chose not to enroll should fill out the re-admission application. Applicants who were admitted to Agnes Scott more than two academic years ago and never enrolled should apply as a new applicant (see instructions for those who have not attended any college or for those who have attended another college or are over the age of 24. For each application there is a $35 application fee.

How to Apply

  1. Submit a re-admission application and personal statement. Your personal statement should address: what you have been doing since your original application to Agnes Scott, why you chose not to matriculate, and why you now want to to attend Agnes Scott.
  2. Transcripts from any college(s) attended since you originally applied to or attended Agnes Scott. Applicant should be in good academic standing at their previous institution(s).
  3. Recommendation from an academic professor if enrolled in classes, or supervisor from a recent employer/volunteer organization.
  4. International applicants must submit a Certificate of Finances (COF) and Proof of Funding. These can be attached to the online application or sent separately. This is only for students who cannot not fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
  1. Submit the re-enrollment application and personal statement. Your personal statement should address: why you left Agnes Scott, what you have been doing since you left, and why you would like to return. If your Agnes Scott cumulative or major GPA is below a 2.0, or your transcript indicates a failure to make academic progress, the statement should include a detailed plan on how you will improve your academic performance.
  2. Transcripts from any college(s) attended while withdrawn from Agnes Scott College. Applicant should be in good academic standing at their previous institution(s).
  3. Recommendation from an academic professor if enrolled in classes, or supervisor from a recent employer/volunteer organization.
  4. Academic plan for juniors and seniors: Please provide a detailed plan showing how you plan to complete your degree requirements. This plan should be attached to your application.
  5. If you withdrew from the school for wellness (medical/mental health) reasons, you must provide documentation from your healthcare provider supporting your request for re-enrollment. If you withdrew for conduct reasons or during an active term, you must provide documentation from an individual who can confirm the issues are resolved and they support your request for re-enrollment as a full-time student. It is also helpful for your documentation to include recommendations detailing how we can support your transition back to Agnes Scott.
  6. If you were last enrolled at Agnes Scott five or more years ago, we recommend you complete at least one course with a C grade or higher at a regionally accredited institution before applying to return.
  7. If you have an outstanding balance or a health hold on your account, the balance must be paid and the health hold must be cleared before you will be eligible for re-enrollment.

Agnes Scott adheres to the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 regarding veteran’s leave of absences and re-admission policies. For more information on the re-admission policy, visit the US Department of Education's Frequently Asked Questions: Institutional Readmission Requirements for Service Members.

Application Deadlines

  • Admission application for spring semester: November 1
  • Admission application for fall semester: June 1
  • FAFSA: We strongly recommend submitting a FAFSA by the application deadline, but it must be submitted at least two months prior to the start of the semester in which you plan to enroll.

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