Group Tours

Thank you for your interest in bringing a group to visit Agnes Scott College! Group Tours are only offered during certain months of the academic year and consist of a 30-minute admission overview and an hour-long, student-led walking tour. Please carefully review the policies below.

Tour Types

  • Prospective Student Tour (High School Students/Transfers): As a premier liberal arts college for women, Agnes Scott welcomes groups of prospective students including high school women and potential transfer students. 

  • Early College Access (Elementary and Middle School): Early college access tours are offered in September and October for young female students. While we welcome all visitors to campus, priority will be given to groups consisting of prospective student populations.

Reservation Policies

  • Group tour requests are only confirmed once the signed group tour contract has been returned and you have received your schedule and confirmation from the Admission Campus Visit Coordinator.

  • Group tours are available in September and October. Group tours may be arranged January-March 15 only for high school juniors and older in groups of less than 30.

  • Groups are limited to 40 people or less.

  • For elementary and middle school groups a chaperone is required for every 10 students. For high school and transfer aged groups a chaperone is required for every 15 students.

  • Group tour requests must be made at least 3 weeks in advance.

  • Groups are welcome to purchase and stay for lunch in our dining hall; see prices, hours and menus at Evans Dining Hall.

Cancellation Policies

  • Tour groups are asked to make cancellations at least 48 hours prior to their scheduled visit.

  • Groups cancelling their tour within 48 hours of their scheduled tour time may lose future visit possibilities.

  • Groups who do not show for their scheduled visit or do not follow policies may be denied future requests.

 

Request Your Group Tour

Use this form to request your group tour. Note that accommodations are subject to campus schedule and the availability of tour guides.