The Irene K. Woodruff Program
If you’re at least 24-years-old, or are married or have a dependent, you will apply as a nontraditional student under the Woodruff program. As a Woodruff Scholar, you may enroll as either a part- or full-time student.
Woodruff Scholars come from a variety of backgrounds. They range in age from 21 to 55 and include first-time college students and women wishing to complete degree requirements.
Woodruff Scholar Student Life
Expect a friendly, engaged community in and outside of the classroom.
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Schedule a Visit
The best way to experience Agnes Scott is to visit. Let us take you on a tour of our beautiful campus to see our outstanding academic facilities. We recommend visiting on a Monday, Wednesday or Friday so you can meet
with our Woodruff counselor, but we can work to accommodate you Tuesdays and Thursdays if needed.
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Get to know all about our academic programs, student life, residence life and athletics with our on-demand videos and interactive map.
Academic Credit Policies
Review which credits will transfer and the time limits for degree completion.
How to Apply
See the steps necessary to submit your application online or offline.
Be sure to turn in all your admission and financial aid forms on time.
Cost of Attendance
See tuition, room and board fees.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Research all your financial aid options from merit-based scholarships to need-based aid.