Alumnae Perks and Benefits

The Office of Alumnae Relations is your connection to the many benefits of alumnae status, as well as a way to recall and honor the many traditions of the college. We invite you to explore these benefits and traditions as alumnae of Agnes Scott College.

Order Transcript

Copies of your Agnes Scott college transcript are available for employment and graduate school applications at any time, through the Office of the Registrar, for a small fee. View transcript ordering procedures here.

Audit a Course

Alumnae may audit courses on a space-available basis, managed by the Office of the Registrar. View the audit application process here.

Career Services for Alumnae

The primary mission of the Office of Internship and Career Services is to provide career preparation to current students.

For the two years following graduation, alumnae can continue to receive the career services available to students, including individual assistance with job searches and graduate school applications.

After that time, alumnae career programming is offered in partnership between the Offices of Alumnae Relations and Internship and Career Development. The Handshake Job Board, plus many workshops, seminars, test prep courses, and career fairs are open to alumnae. Discounted fees may apply.

For more information, call the career office at 404.471.6397.

Alumnae IDs

At this time, alumnae are not issued college IDs indicating their status.

McCain Library

The primary mission of McCain Library is to support the information and research needs of current students, faculty and staff.

Noble Heritage Center

The Noble Heritage Center is a museum and research center displaying historical documents, photographs and artifacts relating to Agnes Scott (the person and the institution) and the Scott family.

Evans Dining Hall

Alumnae and their families are invited to this campus landmark to relive memories while savoring a delicious meal at Leticia Pate Evans Dining Hall, or share a meal with current students to get a flavor of the college today.

Charis Bookstore

Charis Books and More, the South’s oldest independent feminist bookstore, and Charis Circle, its nonprofit programming arm, are now open as “Charis at Agnes Scott College” at 184 S. Candler Street, on the corner of the Candler parking lot, across the street from Winship Hall.

Athletics Facility Access

Agnes Scott Athletic Facilities are open to members of the Agnes Scott community, with a current college ID. For a modest annual fee, alumnae may purchase a pass for use of the Woodruff Athletic Center pool during limited “open lap swim” hours. The pass is intended for alumnae use only and may be purchased from the Woodruff Athletic Center, Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Alumnae must present a picture ID.

Summit Career Connect

Alumnae are an important resource for one another and to current students, nurturing the post-graduate success of all Scotties. Professional connections and support for alums, plus invitations to career-related programming, come through the SUMMIT Career Connect Network, a joint program of the Offices of Alumnae Relations and Internship and Career Development.

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