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Admission

Admission

“Agnes Scott is a college you have to see to believe. It’s not just a beautiful place—though its beauty will surprise you … Its aura will lure you in and everything you thought you knew about women’s colleges will evaporate in the midst of this powerful and warm community.” - from Colleges That Change Lives, 2012

Yes, Agnes Scott College is something you have to experience. Challenging academics, competitive sports, engaging extracurriculars, relationships that last a lifetime—it has what you would expect from a premiere liberal arts institution. It is what you don’t expect that makes Agnes Scott different—women unafraid to speak their minds, who challenge and support each other, who assume leadership positions out of habit. These are women ready to take on the world.

Explore Agnes Scott and your world will never be the same.

How to Apply

Traditional high school students or graduates with no previous college experience must submit the following two items:

  1. 1

    Common Application

    This includes the Agnes Scott Supplement, teacher evaluation, secondary school report, high school transcript and midyear report.

  2. 2

    SAT/ACT Score or Test-Optional Items

    Students must submit their official SAT or ACT scores, a graded writing sample with teacher comments or schedule an evaluative interview with an Agnes Scott admission counselor.

How to Apply

Students with previous college credit will apply as transfer students, submitting the following two items:

  1. 1

    Common Application

    This includes the Agnes Scott Supplement, instructor evaluation, transcripts from high school and college and a college officials report.

  2. 2

    SAT/ACT Score or Test-Optional Items

    Students must submit their official SAT or ACT scores, a graded writing sample with teacher comments or schedule an evaluative interview with an Agnes Scott admission counselor.

How to Apply

Non U.S. citizens must submit the following items:

  1. 1

    Common Application

    This includes the Agnes Scott Supplement, teacher evaluation, secondary school report, international supplement to the secondary school report, secondary school transcript and midyear report.

  2. 2

    SAT/ACT Score

    Students must submit their official SAT or ACT scores.

  3. 3

    International Student Certification of Finances

  4. 4

    International Student Financial Aid Application

    This application is necessary to receive any available need-based aid.

  5. 5

    TOEFL or IELTS scores, if English is not your native language

    If required, these scores must be sent directly from the testing centers.

How to Apply

Students who are 24 years or older will apply as nontraditional students, submitting the following items:

  1. 1

    Common Application

    Applicants with no college credit should use the First-Year Application, while those with college credit should use the Transfer Application.

  2. 2

    Evaluative Interview

    Nontraditional applicants must complete an evaluative interview with an Agnes Scott admission counselor.

How to Apply

Students applying for joint enrollment must mail the following to Agnes Scott College, Office of Admission, 141 E. College Ave., Decatur, GA 30030-3770:

  1. 1

    Joint Enrollment Application

  2. 2

    $35 Application Fee

  3. 3

    Official High School Transcript

  4. 4

    Teacher / Counselor Recommendation

  5. 5

    Official SAT or ACT Scores

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Admission Events & Deadlines

    • Ongoing
      Fall 2014 regular admission applications accepted (domestic & international students)

      • May 1, 2014

      • Deposit deadline (domestic and international students)

      June 1, 2014

  • Application Deadline for Fall 2014 Transfer Applicants

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