An Inspirational Year of Philanthropy

The 2018-2019 year was one for the record books at Agnes Scott College. The largest class in the history of the college—the class of 2022—arrived on campus, master's and graduate certificate programs were launched, and Leocadia I. Zak was inaugurated as the college's ninth president. SUMMIT continued to garner national recognition, and our undergraduate faculty were recognized as among the top in the country.

Behind every thriving, innovative institution is a loyal base of alumnae, parents, faculty, staff and friends who are willing to give of their time and treasure to ensure its success. In these pages, the college says a special "thank you" to all the people who, through their philanthropic support, helped make 2018-2019's achievements possible—whether through an annual gift, including the college in their estate plans, or contributions to the upcoming renovation of Agnes Scott "Main" Hall or another college priority. Thanks to your generosity, Agnes Scott rose in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report "Best College" rankings, which counts alumnae giving as a factor. Thanks to your support of SUMMIT and student scholarships, more students every year experience this life-changing, innovative educational experience. Thanks to your support of environmental sustainability projects, the college has become a leader in campus green initiatives and reopened the LEED Platinum-certified Rebekah Scott Hall in the fall of 2018, whose sustainable features will save money and reduce the college's carbon footprint in a meaningful way.

In celebration of this generosity, please take a moment to view the 2018-2019 Agnes Scott Philanthropy Report. Thank you for your inspiring support of Agnes Scott College!