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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. 

Vaccination Policy for Fall Semester

May. 07, 2021

Agnes Scott will require all members of the campus community—students, faculty, staff—to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the fall 2021 semester.

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Fall Semester at Agnes Scott

Mar. 17, 2021

It is with much enthusiasm and gratitude that I announce plans for a full return to campus for the fall 2021 semester. Based on the availability of vaccines, current projections by public health officials, and the successes we have experienced with partially re-opening the campus this semester, we anticipate a full return to campus and the resumption of standard operations for our students, faculty and staff this fall.

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Testing After COVID-19 Vaccination

Mar. 17, 2021

Some members of our community have inquired about whether individuals should continue getting tested for COVID-19 after vaccination. Recently, the CDC offered guidance for people who are considered fully vaccinated (fully protected two weeks after the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccines; or two weeks after the single-dose Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccine).

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