Get caught up on the latest news and information from the Office of Alumnae Relations, and learn about the multiple networks and groups that represent and serve all Scottie alumnae.
There is a lot happening at Agnes Scott College these days! Discover how our nationally recognized innovative campus community is #LeadingEverywhere.
There are many ways that you, as an alumna, can connect to other Scotties. Attend an event here in Metro Atlanta or in your local area. Connect with classmates. Learn more about the multiple networks and groups that represent and serve all Scottie alums. Have a positive impact on Agnes Scott College by becoming involved as a volunteer.
We’ve missed you! Agnes Scott College alumnae of ALL class years are invited to this annual celebration — a weekend of opportunities to reconnect with classmates and your alma mater. Reunion classes ending in 2 & 7 are especially invited to celebrate milestone years.
Agnes Scott College and the Office of Alumnae Relations offers alumnae multiple timely sources of news to stay informed, connected and involved.
Each year, the Agnes Scott Alumnae Association recognizes outstanding alumnae in four categories, distinguished career, service to the college, service to the community, and outstanding young alumna.
Scotties are #LeadingEverywhere. Agnes Scott develops students to excel in all facets of life beyond their time on campus. Discover how through inspiring alumnae stories, profiles and interviews.
Besides the honor of being called a Scottie, there are many other perks of being an alumna of Agnes Scott. From McCain Library to career services, the Office of Alumnae Relations is your connection to the many benefits of alumnae status.
Starting with signing the Honor Code, and then through Black Cat, the Sophomore Ring Ceremony, Junior Production, and all the way to Senior Investiture ringing the bell in the Bell Tower, and graduation on the Presser Quad, the traditions of Agnes Scott College create a set of shared experiences among Scottie's past, present and future.
The percentage of alumnae who give to the college is an important measure of affinity for and faith in the future of Agnes Scott.
Located on the east side of Agnes Scott College’s beautiful campus, just a short walk from downtown Decatur, the Anna I. Young Alumnae House offers overnight guest rooms and event spaces for rental to alumnae, friends and the greater community.
The online Alumnae Directory, ScottieNet, allows you to find fellow Scotties by class year, last name, city of residence, and career field - using basic or advanced search functions – and for fellow Scotties to find you.
Nothing can compare to experiencing the beauty of campus in-person, but the college’s interactive tour—complete with 360°-degree views of main buildings and video interviews from current students and faculty—is the next best thing.
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