Telling Our Stories

The Thing That Makes Agnes Scott College Great Is Our Story

At the heart of Agnes Scott College is its people—our diverse, dynamic, and innovative community is comprised of activists, environmentalists, entrepreneurs, teachers, mentors, scholars and leaders. The stories of the people in this community are what make it so special, and the Office of Communications and Marketing wants to elevate yours.

We are asking that faculty, students, staff and alumnae submit stories of their accomplishments, awards, community involvement, internships, publications, research etc, to be shared on the Agnes Scott College website and across social media and traditional media

What are we looking for in campus stories?

  • Timely: The subject is a recent event, upcoming event, or current issue or news.
  • Accurate: Information is reliable, cross-referenced, copy edited, and fact-checked. 
  • Relevant: The topic or information is relatable to the campus community, highlights SUMMIT, our mission, or aligns with the values and goals of the college.
  • Interesting: People will enjoy reading about the subject and it enriches the Agnes Scott experience.

What types of content are we looking for?

(Please note that these are only suggestions, if you have an interesting story that will enrich the Agnes Scott campus community, please submit)

For Students:

  • SUMMIT experiences
  • Internship experiences
  • Study abroad experiences
  • Leadership experiences

For Faculty:

  • Recognition of achievements
  • Research scholarship
  • Teaching experiences

For Staff:

  • Community accomplishments
  • Career accomplishments
  • Working for Agnes Scott

For Alumnae:

  • Career Achievements
  • Personal Accomplishments
  • Life after Agnes Scott

What is the deadline to submit?

Please provide a two-week lead time before you would like the story to appear on our website. If the story is time-sensitive inform us of the date your story must be post, allow time for us to edit, format and post

How will my story be selected?

Stories will be vetted by the Office of Communications and Marketing.