Anjali David wearing an Agnes Scott shirt holding a sign. Text reads: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because I want to learn how to use my personal strengths to help the world around me, and the community is so wonderfully supportive!"

Meet the Class of 2026

Why our Newest Scotties Chose Agnes Scott College

 

Students have made their choice, and a wonderful group of new Scotties have chosen Agnes Scott College. Allow us to introduce you:

Amara Alford picture with text that reads "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because after visiting campus and checking out the majors offered, I knew I could be comfortable entrusting the professors at ASC with the education I want for myself."
Amara Alford from Lilburn, GA
Jaylin Gonzalez picture with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because of its beautiful campus, its proximity to my home and Atlanta, and the variety of incredible opportunities to learn and grow as a person! Agnes Scott has always been my first choice, and I can't wait for the fall semester!
Jaylin Gonzalez from Lawrenceville, GA
Lu Roldan headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because I want to be in an environment centered around women. I'm excited to have my opinion be heard in a classroom and not be overshadowed by a male perspective."
Lu Roldan from Spring, TX
Promise Jones headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because it has so many opportunities that I had to take. I enjoy the closeness and the bond all the Scotties have with each other. Even though I barely know these people, I feel like they are my siblings."
Promise Jones from Atlanta, GA
Cameran Grier headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because of the amazing class and the amount of effort put into new students. I felt a home the moment I stepped on campus!"
Cameran Grier from Cleveland, GA
Madisyn Porcena headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because they help and support us as students and it's a good environment. I also heard great things about Agnes from my stepmother (Dr. Yves-Rose Porcena)."
Madisyn Porcena from Douglasville, GA
Lucy Lynn Hall headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because I love the focus on uplifting others, growing as leaders, and learning worldwide."
Lucy Lynn Hall from Farragut, TN
Nina Henderson headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because originally my twin sister was recommended to come to Agnes Scott. When she learned about SUMMIT, she immediately told me I had to apply. I fell in love with SUMMIT, the possibility of travel and academic programs."
Nina Henderson from Fayetteville, GA
Erika Mitchell-Washington headshot with text: "I'm a Scotitie in #ASC26 because of all the reasons I love Agnes Scott! 1) The beautiful campus. 2) Small classes. 3) Supportive people! 4) Lovely staff. 5) Helpful financial aid. 6) The diversity on campus."
Erika Mitchell-Washington from Newnan, GA
Kimberly Sanabria headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because of the class sizes, great communication, beautiful campus and amazing people!"
Kimberly Sanabria from Newnan, GA
Jassie Bell headshot with text; "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because of the good internship opportunities, small class sizes, and the fact that everyone I have met has been super nice!"
Jassie Bell from Atlanta, GA
Iris Ray headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because I like how it was a small college so I can get to know my professors better. I also am joining the soccer team here! Go Scotties!"
Iris Ray from Marietta, GA
Emma Elmassian headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because I love how wonderful the community is. Everyone is so kind, and I immediately felt comfortable here. I love how much everyone seems to care and watch out for each other!"
Emma Elmassian from Roswell, GA
Trinitii Baggett headshot with text: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because they prioritize the first year experience. I love how personable my admission counselor was with me during my admission interview. I was convinced that I belon ghere based on the importance of diversity in the student body."
Trinitii Baggett from Atlanta, GA
Piper Smith poses with Ramona (Scottie Statue). Text reads: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because I love the area and the community that I've already been able to experience! There are so many opportunities fo rsuccess, and it feels like the best place for me to go in order to pursue my dream career."
Piper Smith from Alpharetta, GA
Anjali David wearing an Agnes Scott shirt holding a sign. Text reads: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because I want to learn how to use my personal strengths to help the world around me, and the community is so wonderfully supportive!"
Anjali David from Tyrone, GA on a special day where students paint their uniform skirts for the college they are attending
Lex Heiling holding up acceptance box. Text reads: "I'm a Scottie in #ASC26 because of the loving community and the support of admission counselors!"
Lex Heilig from Beaufort, SC
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