Center for Student Involvement

The Center for Student Involvement provides opportunities for student involvement and engagement through a myriad of clubs and organizations aimed at fostering a VIBRANT CAMPUS LIFE. It exists to create co-curricular opportunities that enhance the liberal arts education at Agnes Scott College. The Center provides entertainment and dynamic social events as well as supports all aspects of student organizations including leadership programs. Follow us on Social Media to find out all the ways to get involved and to keep up with the great activities offered. CSI Facebook CSI Instagram CSI Twitter

 The Center for Student Involvement serves the campus community through:

  • Clubs and Organizations 
  • Student Government Association
  • Inter-organizational Council (IOC)
  • Programming Board 
  • Scottie Shuttle 
  • Recreation and Intramural Programs 
  • New Student Orientation 
  • Leadership Awards Ceremony 

Recreation and Intramural Programs is a critical part of the Center for Student Involvement that offer students a variety of activities to enhance fitness, encourage friendly competition, and provide fun opportunities on and off campus! 



 Karissa Tedesco, M.S.Ed.
Assistant Dean for Student Development
LeAnna Rensi Casey, M.Ed.
Director, Center for Student Involvement
Jennifer Duncan, M.Ed.
Assistant Director, Center for Student Involvement and Manager, Alston Campus Center
Carolyn Corneliuson
Carolyn Cornelison, Ph.D.
Assistant Director for Recreation and Intramural Programs


Alston Campus Center

The Alston Campus Center is a central place for involvement in the Agnes Scott College campus community.

On the ground level you can find  The Hub, Mollie's Grille, The Black Cat Café and several dining and lounge spaces. On the first floor you can find the information desk, workout room, the Cyber Café, a USPS post office, Amazon Locker (Estrela), and event spaces like Luchsinger's Lounge, the Sunroom and Butler Lounge. The first floor is also a home away from home for our commuters with a lounge and locker room dedicated to this community of students. On the second floor you can find the Center for Student Involvement, the Gué Pardue Hudson Center for Leadership & Service, the Senior Associate Dean of Students, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, the Student Government Association and Programming Board offices, and 2 conference rooms. On the third floor you can find the student organization workroom, a student lounge, a conference room, the Muslim prayer room, the Gay Johnson McDougall Center for Global Diversity & Inclusion, Trail Blazer's Lounge, and the Vice President for Equity & Inclusion.

Learn more about Alston here.


Student Leadership Opportunities

The Orientation Leaders create an incredible experience for our first year Scotties as they transition to College. CSI Student Assistants are the face of the office and keep things running. The L.E.A.D. (Leadership through Event and Activity Development) Team members facilitate fun, engaged activities such as Scottie Welcome, Monthly Trivia, Grocery Bingo and Pancake Jam. These leadership positions in the Center for Student Involvement provide opportunities for Scotties to learn critical skills such as time management, organization, and event planning.

Student Organization Resources

The Center for Student Involvement supports student organization development by providing resources for all student organizations. The Center can help with room reservations, event planning, oversees allocations processes and budgets, and provides many leadership training opportunity. CSI manages the following process for student organizations: Purchase Card Usage & Checkout, Posting Policy, Student Event Registration, and  Student Organization Registration. Additionally, student groups can request games, table cloths, the popcorn machine, helium, and other items for use during events. The Inter Organization Council webpage is extremely helpful in supporting needs of student organizations.


New Student Orientation is managed by CSI in collaboration with a variety of campus departments. For more information about orientation, visit the New Student Orientation website.

Student Government Association and Programming Board

The primary governing body and programming group on campus work and are advised out of the Center for Student Involvement. The Student Government Association voices student needs and issues to the administration and works to create a supportive student body. The Programming Board consists of a variety of committees which offer events and activities including movies, arts and crafts, campus concerts, and musical endeavors. The student led agenda of both organizations is encouraged in the Center for Student Involvement. For more information, email or  Check out the facebook pages and websites for up-coming programs! SGA or Programming Board 

Scottie Shuttle

We operate a Wednesday - Sunday shuttle to help Scotties explore the dynamic city of Atlanta and surrounding areas!

For a list of upcoming locations and the schedule, follow us on social media.

Requests to reserve the Scottie Shuttle can be submitted by using this link. Requests must be submitted 14 days prior to the event. Please see the attached policy regarding usage.

The Scottie Shuttle utilizes a phone app to track the shuttle during it's routes.

Download the Passio GO! app. 
Select “Agnes Scott College” as your Agency and you will see the shuttle’s current location.
If you have any questions regarding the policy or the app, please email
If downloading from the Apple App store, use this link 
If downloading from the Google Play store, use this link 

Please click the link below to review the Scottie Shuttle Usage Policy.