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Resources & Updates for Students


Health & Wellness 

Student COVID-19 Self Report Form 

  • Agnes Scott College continues to monitor the spread of the coronavirus and its potential impacts to the college and to students. Please use this form to self-report COVID-19 related diagnosis, exposure, self-isolation, or quarantine. Or, to indicate support that you may need during this time so that it can be routed to the appropriate department on campus.

Battling Zoom Fatigue

  • Students, faculty, and staff all report that remote learning/work is causing higher levels of feeling burned out. Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams and other video meeting tools are essential when we can’t meet in person but why does use of these tools cause participants to feel “drained?”


 Financial Support 

Scottie Emergency Fund Application

  • Requests are assessed and granted on a case-by-case basis. Requests that do not explain specific needs being requested will be denied. All inquires/questions should be sent to

Student Refund Request Form 

  • Students use this form to request a refund if the student bill net balance is a credit.

Technology Support

Hotspot Request Form 

  • If you do not have access to reliable internet service you can request support for a hotspot. 

Important Information for Spring Semester 2021 at Agnes Scott

Nov. 02, 2020

Agnes Scott College will reopen campus for the spring semester. Classes will begin on January 19, one week later than previously announced. Find important preliminary information about reopening the campus in the full update.

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Spring Semester at Agnes Scott

Nov. 02, 2020

After careful consideration and with the support of the Board of Trustees, I am announcing plans for reopening the campus for the spring semester. We will move forward with a low-density residential model, reducing our housing capacity by half, and offering courses both in dual mode and fully online.

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Fall Semester at Agnes Scott

Jul. 27, 2020

It is with a profound sense of sadness and disappointment that I write to inform you that we have made the painful decision to move to fully online courses for the fall semester. This decision was made with President Zak and the support of the Board of Trustees. While we hoped that we would be able to bring our community back together on campus, our commitment to your health and safety and that of our faculty and staff comes first.

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