141 E. College Ave.

Decatur, GA 30030

Agnes Scott College is a liberal arts, inclusive women’s college in Decatur, GA, known for our innovative SUMMIT experience in which every student completes a core curriculum focused on global learning, leadership development, and professional success.

Applications Accepted: Common App

Do you require test scores for the Class of 2022? No, we are test optional

Admissions policies for Undocumented and DACA Students: DACA/Undocumented students are eligible for admission at Agnes Scott College. Our cost of tuition is the same for all students and does not change based on residency status. We are also a Golden Door Scholars partner.

Forms Required: FAFSA

Do you meet full need? No

For most of our students, the financial aid they receive will cover about 88% of tuition and fees. We encourage students not only to apply early if they are interested in the scholarships we provide (see below), but also apply for outside scholarships.

Students, regardless of citizenship status, who apply by January 15th and are accepted will receive our Agnes Assurance Scholarship of $22,000 (renewable for four years). This amount may be higher depending on the strength of a student’s application. More information here.

This year, we will also award Seniors who attend one of our Great Scott open house events a $1,000 grant if admitted to the college.

Additional Info: Students who are eligible for HOPE/Pell/Zell Miller can use these opportunities at Agnes Scott. For more information on affordability at Agnes Scott, you can visit this link.

Student Experience

Average Class Size: 15 Students

Retention Rate (percentage of students who return for year two): 83%

6-Year Graduation Rate: 72%

Majors: Click Here

Other Information: Our top majors include Psychology, Public Health, Neuroscience, Business Management, Creative Writing, History and Biology. We also offer various pathways for Pre-Health professions, and three dual degree programs for students interested in Nursing, Computer Science, and Engineering.

Student Population

1,081 Undergraduate Students

34% Black

31% White

15% Hispanic

6% Asian

7% Two or more races

3% Non-resident international