Agnes Scott College has
again been included in the Fiske Guide to
Colleges, which features more than
300 of the “best and most interesting colleges and universities” in the U.S.,
Canada and Great Britain, according to Fiske.
The listing joins
others in which Agnes Scott is consistently featured, including U.S.News
& World Report’s America’s Best Colleges, The Princeton Review’s
Best Value Colleges and Colleges That Change Lives.
Agnes Scott “continues to be one of the South’s leading
women’s schools,” according to the guide. “ASC’s climate as a small, single-sex
institution leads to close relationships with the faculty and very involved
students—both academically and socially,” said the guide.
The guide is written
by Edward B. Fiske, who served as education editor of The New York Times
for 17 years. Fiske also co-wrote, along with Bruce G. Hammond, The Fiske
Guide to Nailing the SAT, as well as Fiske What to do When for College
and The Fiske Guide to Getting into the Right College.
Agnes Scott College educates women to think deeply, live honorably and engage the intellectual and social challenges of their times. Students are drawn to Agnes Scott by its excellent academic reputation, exceptional faculty and metropolitan Atlanta location – offering myriad cultural and experiential learning opportunities. A diverse and growing residential community of scholars, this highly selective liberal arts and sciences college is known for its dynamic and challenging intellectual community. Encouraging students to engage the wider world through study abroad and presenting its curriculum with international context, Agnes Scott College delivers on its promise: The World. For Women.