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Recent Reviews

Madison
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Agnes Scott is an excellent college if you're looking for a small, women's only university. The class sizes, even for gen-ed ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Agnes Scott is an excellent college if you're looking for a small, women's only university. The class sizes, even for gen-ed requirements, are at most thirty students, meaning each professor is incredibly attentive. There is a huge focus on student involvement - we have plenty of clubs and organizations on campus covering everything from STEM to the Fine Arts to our own talk radio show.

Maya
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Agnes was were I truly grew into the woman I am today. It has a supportive environment and there is always something to do on...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Agnes was were I truly grew into the woman I am today. It has a supportive environment and there is always something to do on campus or in the town of Decatur. Sometimes, it was too political for me, but it taught me how to have a political discussion with facts instead of feelings.

Alex
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I had to give ASC a one star ultimately because of how badly I was treated by the administration and how unhappy I was every ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I had to give ASC a one star ultimately because of how badly I was treated by the administration and how unhappy I was every day. In short, administration is all about money and your needs really don't matter. Everyone is forced to enroll in the ridiculously expensive meal plan that tastes like trash; the water tastes gross and hard. No effort is put into making sure your roommate is a good match, if you transfer in. It's a well-known fact on campus how bad the food and housing options are! There's a lot of red tape to get around for any disability or accommodation. Why? Because a student who gets a single room pays less, and a student who doesn't use the meal plan pays less. Not hard to figure out. Other students warned me that departments don't communicate - it's the truth. You'll fight to get every problem resolved, tuition adjusted, etc. Res Life is horrible and rude. They have NO idea what they are doing and they will do everything in their power to prevent you from meeting your roommate before you move in. Yet they act surprised when students complain that their roommate is a terrible match, ends up threatening them, etc. Off-campus apartments are a joke. Students are loud after quiet hours, they stomp on ceilings, blast music at 9 AM, etc. The Avery Glenn apartment complex itself is terrible, especially maintenance. The day I moved in, there was mold growing in my shower. I also discovered a leak with mold growing underneath my bathroom sink and in my toilet tank, and everything smelled musty. Appliances broke multiple times, including the freezer. Dorms are no better: they are moldy, students walk around half-naked, boys randomly come in, etc...I heard horror stories. Disabled? Expect to feel unheard or even to blame for your condition. Expect to ask if you're medicated (no, this isn't legal but they'll do it anyway). A counselor I met with blamed my personality for an issue I was having. I wish I were joking. Finally, most of Decatur/campus is unsafe. My license plate was stolen off of my car and my headphones were stolen. Multiple students had credit cards/items/a computer stolen from the library. There were several reports of students being harassed by strange men wandering around. This almost happened to me once, but I was lucky to spot a campus police car on the same street. To sum it up, ASC is an overpriced suitcase school with terrible administrators and average professors. The education I received was no better or worse than what I received in a public university and certainly not worth the price. ASC claims they're the most innovative college in America but have the most backward administration I've ever seen, not to mention SUMMIT is nothing special. There is nothing close-knit about the community; in fact, there are plenty of snobby girls who obviously formed their pack in freshman year and want nothing to do with anyone else. I was lonely much of the time. Please, don't make the mistake I did -- don't go here. There is a reason that this college has such a high attrition rate for students and staff.

Marleny
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Agnes is a liberal arts college for women. Expect for there to be lots of conversations about race and gender. It's a calm ca...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Agnes is a liberal arts college for women. Expect for there to be lots of conversations about race and gender. It's a calm campus with lots to do. I love that chick-fil-a is 5 minutes away walking. The professors are great and approachable. it's a beautiful campus overall!

Princess
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It's an interesting environment to be in for sure. A rather liberal school, that is open to everyone and the way they present...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

It's an interesting environment to be in for sure. A rather liberal school, that is open to everyone and the way they present themselves. There is always an event being held on campus, so we never lack things to do. They provide students with many resources that can be used form free counseling, to access to the gym, and other things. Programs offered at the school are pretty good, and they make your education and experience there worth every bit you pay in tuition.

Tyonna
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Great school, just minor problems with racism and bullying. I got harassed by two other students.

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Great school, just minor problems with racism and bullying. I got harassed by two other students.

Jordyn
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Agnes Scott College has left a remarkable impression on me! I thoroughly enjoyed the campus, I thought it was quite beautiful...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Agnes Scott College has left a remarkable impression on me! I thoroughly enjoyed the campus, I thought it was quite beautiful. I had the chance to sit in on an ongoing class and thought the professors ( in addition to all the staff) were quite helpful and truly wanted each and every person to succeed. I did not have a chance to try the food myself but I asked multiple students and they all said that it was enjoyable.

Taliesyn
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Agnes Scott College places a lot of focus on getting out of your comfort zone to learn, especially with the SUMMIT curriculum...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Agnes Scott College places a lot of focus on getting out of your comfort zone to learn, especially with the SUMMIT curriculum, but it's also a place where students can explore themselves, the city around them, and local, national, and global issues. SUMMIT pushes students to learn by doing stuff they have never done, especially with the Global Journeys program. The campus culture is very inclusive, accepting, and overall fun. There are so many events that happen all over campus that give students a chance to learn about things happening all over the world outside of the classroom, or just to have fun.

Rachel
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I love it! Agnes Scott has a small, tight knit community of women that are all generally friendly but so diverse that it is a...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I love it! Agnes Scott has a small, tight knit community of women that are all generally friendly but so diverse that it is almost impossible to not find your niche of friends. Warm, kind, compassionate and accepting, these are all women who proudly support each other in individual endeavors, ready to lend an ear whenever someone has a problem that she/they need to talk through. The inclusivity of diversity was what made me fall in love with the college- I have met plenty of students who are from a multitude of races, ethnic backgrounds, faiths, and incomes, all interested in a variety of topics, from science to art, but firmly united in their passion for Agnes Scott. Agnes has a small campus that is impossible to get lost in (thank God) but still has wonderful facilities, my favorites being the library, science center, and dining hall. Located in Decatur, it's a short walk to the nearest MARTA station, which can take students to bustling Atlanta for a variety of local events and nightlife. Drinking is not very prevalent on campus, although alcohol can be found if one looks hard enough, and drugs are practically non existant. The health services are my favorite- several students that I know personally attended therapy sessions back in their hometowns, and when they arrived at Agnes Scott, they were quickly connected with local therapists who could help them cope with the mental stresses of life. For some students, Agnes Scott is a stepping stone for graduate school, and with the close proximity to Emory and Georgia Tech, many students find themselves settling locally after college. All in all, it's a wonderful, innovative school in a wonderful location, and if any female or AFAB student desires a small, tightknit community where she/they can stand out and shine, Agnes Scott is an amazing place to start.

Kaytria
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Agnes Scott is honestly an amazing college. I have loved everything about since before I arrived to campus. It's the most inv...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Agnes Scott is honestly an amazing college. I have loved everything about since before I arrived to campus. It's the most inviting and communal campus you will ever step foot on. The buildings are pretty old but absolutely beautiful and well maintained. I would love for more students to visit and see for themselves.

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  • Enrollment
  • 915
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $51,930
  • Acceptance rate
  • 62%

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