Woah! They’re (a little bit over) halfway there!
Our Class of 2026 is officially halfway through their first year at Agnes Scott. Around this time last year, many of them were in the same position as our Class of 2027 prospective Scotties - deciding what school to ultimately enroll in and call “home” for the next four years.
Grit: Perspective of a Student Athlete
At Agnes Scott, we offer six NCAA Division III sports competing in the Collegiate Conference of the South (CCS). The athletic department focuses on “development of a balance between intellectual engagement and an active lifestyle” with a focus on the “student” in student-athlete. In this guest post, four-year recruited athlete and senior Nemain Morgan-Curtis ‘23 discusses her experience as a student athlete and member of the ASC soccer team.
Certified Scotties Class of 2026
Each year on our social media accounts, we highlight the stories of a number of our incoming first-year students to introduce our newest Scotties to the campus community. We’re proud to present this year’s group of #CertifiedScotties.
Meet the Class of 2026
Meet the Agnes Scott Class of 2026!
Certified Scottie Class of 2025
Meeting new students from the Class of 2025 Each year, the Office of Admission runs features on incoming Scotties and their stories on social media in the weeks leading up to move-in day. Missed a story? Here’s all of the Class of 2025 Certified Scotties and their stories: Kennedi Malone ’25 (she/her) from Peachtree City, GA Have you ever been inspired to take action because of a piece of art? You’re in good company with Kennedi, who walked away from viewing/reading Faith Ringgold’s narrative patchwork quilt “Dancing at the Louvre” and let it ignite a powerful change in her perspective on her identity, heritage and goals. Kennedi founded @StayConsciousMedia, a…
Welcoming the Agnes Scott Class of 2025
Learn more about the incoming class and why they chose Agnes Scott College It’s May 1, Agnes Scott College’s decision deadline for new Scotties to let us know if they will be attending. We’re so excited to introduce you to all our new Scotties as they make their way onto campus in the fall. Here’s a little introduction to some of the Class of 2025, in their own words: Jillianne Samiano- Chicago, IL I was drawn to the idea of women supporting women in classes, extracurriculars, and life. The student community is outspoken and administration at Agnes Scott is supportive and always willing to listen to student feedback. Being from Chicago, the…
Kudos and Congratulations 2020
Congratulating some of 2020’s award winners Every year, Agnes Scott students win prestigious awards, research grants, and fellowships due to their accomplishments. Here, we’ll profile three of our international award winners for the year. Congratulations to all of them! Leah Trotman ’21, Truman Scholar Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Leah: I study international relations (major) and public health (officially registered as minor but could change to major come Fall semester) at Agnes Scott. I was born and raised in the US Virgin Islands. What does winning the Truman Scholarship entail? What are your next steps? Leah: Besides receiving funding ($30,000) for graduate school, winning the Truman…
#CertifiedScottie – The Journey to Agnes Scott
This fall, Agnes Scott welcomed 300 new Scotties to Orientation. They came to us from 36 states and six countries, with 10 continuing the Scottie legacy of family members before them. They’re interested in everything from Biology/Pre-med to Dance, and our faculty are particularly excited that a significant number of them are reveling in the opportunity to explore the liberal arts and are undecided in major. We are so happy their path led them to Agnes Scott. Here are just a few of their #CertifiedScottie stories. Welcome home, ASC23!