|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Agnes Scott College Students||6%||47%||41%||12%||0%||3%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Agnes Scott College in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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I really love the academics but the social life at Agnes is non-existent.
I think the school can do more to accommodate to students' needs and make sure that all the students are happy.
Agnes Scott is a historically women's liberal arts college. Most students are LGBTQ, and there aren't any 'parties' if that is what you are looking for. Good academics since it isn't super heavy work.
There are some professors that might get to you. As well, you may not like the dorms or the food.
I like that the campus is small and so are the classes. I really get to know the other students and my professors.
It is in a very busy part of town.
I liked the community of students that was built there. I also liked the diversity of people whether it be racial or gender.
I did not like the lack of class choices since it is a fairly small school.
The professors and the other students, everyone is nice and the experience you have there is unique in a way and nice. there are many activities and clubs to join. Security is available and nice, printing and gym privileges. resources available (career, tutor help, resume building) too. It is a small school, which depends on whether you may be good or bad, but I liked it. the first year trip is fun, and a experience you need whether going out of state, country, city or home.
COST, it is a private school so it is expensive, I've heard of mold in first-year dorms, and food being repetitive. (coming from a commuter, so based on what I have heard). There are not so many courses/majors, some classes are in high demand but not many options so waitlist. Filming can be bothersome at times.
I love how small the community is because it doesn't feel overwhelming. I knew that I wanted to go to a liberal arts college because of my level of comfortability, but Agnes Scott is on another level when it comes to acceptance and making each individual student feel comfortable and accommodated.
I didn't like the fact that it is hard to transfer and still graduate on time because of the specific required classes that won't translate to other campuses. It is also very hard to live off-campus and save money because campus housing is expensive.