Campus Life

Discover a beautiful place where you'll belong.

Experience Everything

At Agnes Scott, you’ll find your people and develop your passion. Make the most of your undergraduate experience and get involved in activities that interest, fulfill and challenge you.

You're One of Us

You'll participate in the same fun and meaningful college traditions as generations of Scotties before you. From your first Black Cat Week to ringing the bell after accepting your first job offer, each experience connects you to our proud community.

Agnes Scott Traditions

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Black Cat - Black Cat Week is Agnes Scott’s version of homecoming. Celebrate class spirit through competitions, games, the Junior Production, a formal dance and even a few hijinks.

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Sophomore Ring Ceremony - As an Agnes Scott rite of passage, sophomores receive black onyx class rings alongside their peers, surrounded by family and friends.

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AgnesPalooza - We come back from spring break with a bang! AgnesPalooza is a week full of events including a festival, a dance party, a movie screening, arts and crafts, live music, a comedy show and more.

Get Involved

Do you have a cause that is close to your heart? Two? Three? You’re among friends. Students have endless opportunities to get involved. We have over 60 student organizations. Our students are part of the college governance system. And more than 80 percent of Agnes Scott undergraduate students are actively involved in community service.

Student Involvement

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The Green Team is a group of students, staff, and faculty that focuses on solutions to day-to-day environmental concerns.

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IGNITE is a national nonpartisan organization that works to encourage women to engage in politics and run for office

Feel At Home

Living on campus is a time-honored tradition. As a first-year, you’ll have the opportunity to live near classmates with similar interests—making it easy to find new friends. Grab a meal with friends in our historic dining hall, then get a coffee at Black Cat Cafe and hit the books.

Housing & Dining

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You might live at Winship Hall, a traditional first-year residence hall housing 150 Scotties.

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Join a mix of first-years and upperclassmen who live in Walters Hall.

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Living-Learning Communities - Expand your education through shared learning experiences. Join one of our three LLCs, focused on STEM, Leadership Development, or Global Learning.

Lift Your Spirits

Our community values and respects all faith traditions. If you’re looking to grow spiritually, we offer opportunities for worship, fellowship, service and study.

Religious & Spiritual Life

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Julia Thompson Smith Chapel - The Christian chapel welcomes people of all faiths, features a multi-faith meditation room and serves as the spiritual center of the campus.

Stay Strong

We're here to help you stay physically and mentally healthy during your time at Agnes Scott. Our Wellness Center offers medical care, confidential counseling services, health education and more.

Health & Wellness

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Take our weekly water aerobics, yoga, and meditation classes with your friends — or make some new ones! You’ll also receive a free membership to Snap Fitness Decatur.

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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) - CAPS offers confidential counseling sessions for individuals, couples, or groups. We'll help you navigate any issues or challenges that might arise during your time on campus.

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