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1 out of 5
Degree: Science & Math
Graduation Year: 2004

Do NOT attend this school if you are a minority. This really is a school for rich, affluent white students. The school teaches tolerance and love for minorities, but I have run into classmates and they turned into some of the biggest, racist, ignorant women! The total opposite of what the school teaches. The school also tends to favor white students over minorities as well. I have seen professors give one and recommendations for big positions to their favorites. Sadly, especially for a girl in science it is not for minority students. I am Indian and it is disappointing to run into white girls who were decent in school turn out just like those they speak against. Beware of this Agnes Scott graduate. She will be an advocate of women's rights, but that does NOT include minorities in their mind. The same women that go to women's marches, etc are the same ones that judge based on skin color. Very disappointed and ashamed to even say I went here. The only thing you will gain going here is student loans. Go to Georgia State. The Agnes Scott name is really all you are paying for and THAT will NOT pay the bills.

4 out of 5
Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2015

Agnes Scott College is a women's college with a strong liberal arts program. The instructors are holistic and challenging, with the fields referencing each other. Agnes Scott is a space where students are encouraged to think critically, debate, and hone their skills of analysis.

5 out of 5
Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 1996

Agnes Scott College is metro Atlanta's best kept secret. Tucked away in the quaint city of Decatur right off of Chandler Road with its historic and spacious dormitories centered around a gazebo; it is truly your home away from home. Be it attending lectures , studying in the library or eating in the dining hall; these lifelong experiences will be ones you will cherish and will always remain with you. In addition, being an all-Womens College (not an all-girls school) you will establish a sisterhood bond that not only exists with those you have met and come in contact with at the college, but also with those women from around the country who share the same unique class ring that you receive Sophomore year. Agnes Scott College is a bang for your buck. Not only does it have a rigorous curriculum, it has a generous and lofty endowment that makes it worth the buck. The one choosing to attend Agnes Scott, will be walking away with a prestigious degree equal to an Ivy League College; sisters from different parents; and confidence to rule the world.

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4 out of 5
Degree: Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

Agnes Scott helped me become a better woman, made me more confident in myself and my abilities, and prepared me for graduate school. Its location in Atlanta is perfect and the level of education it provided was great. I made lifelong friends there and will cherish the memories I made there forever. Women's colleges for life!

4 out of 5
Degree: Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Graduation Year: 2014

Agnes Scott is a great college. You have professors and students that will challenge you to do your best. It definitely will not be easy, but it will be worth it. Agnes has changed my life in so many ways and they were all for the positive. You will learn to become an independent person and thinker. If you're looking for a college that is very diverse and accepts all types of diversity, Agnes is definitely the college for you. Attending Agnes was the best decision I have ever made. I could not imagine going anywhere else.

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