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Agnes Scott is meant for a very specificBrightPsychology
Agnes Scott is meant for a very specific type of person. If you would die for the LGBTQ+ community, are a hardcore leftist, hate men, and don't have any real plans for the future, you are the type of person that might belong here. Even if you're a liberal who meets all crazy liberal requirements, prepare to be canceled anyways. The student body is SO toxic. Drama pages on instagram were made so that students could bully each other on the internet, everyone is constantly complaining about racism when no one is even doing anything racist, and no one wants to be there. I'm transferring because I hated it so much but you'll quickly learn that despite the competitiveness of Agnes Scott, no one is motivated or else everyone would be transferring like me. Get ready for all of your "friends" to constantly trauma dump and act quirky for attention. Everyone at Agnes Scott has family problems and/or mental illnesses and need therapists BAD but the wellness center could not care less about providing those services. The clubs suck, the food is so inconsistent and repetitive, the size of the student population affects how many classes are offered and when, and Decatur sucks because it's meant for people who have money. The SUMMIT program is also a total scam and is no better than the common core. Maybe I'm salty because I didn't get my first year study abroad trip but I hated taking LDR and doing SCALE, especially since those classes wouldn't transfer over to my new school. The dorms are god awful. First year dorms had black mold, Inman is falling apart, and main will probably be closed for construction forever, which means there's less housing. The administration doesn't care about its students and its nearly impossible to communicate with them. They pride themselves on being "#1 Most Innovative" but literally what does that even mean?? And who cares?? I wish I had more positive things to say about Agnes Scott but I honestly don't, which is why I'm leaving. The way they advertise themselves online is not at all what it's like in real life. Choose wisely.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1924
Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Education Quality: D
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This school will just leave you with highQuite BrightOther
This school will just leave you with high student loan debts and nothing much to show for it. They produce the most racist and uneducated girls. They raise women to marry and hate their marriages and treat others poorly. These women shouldn't even go to school because it messes it up for the rest of us. Agnes Scott needs to do better with its financial aspect and financial favoritism. Go to a cheaper school. This is not worth it. Campus life is BORING. They lure you in and it is a snore fest when you get used to the same lame events. Their parties are so boring and they will invite corny Ga Tech boys instead of a variety of boys from Georgia State and other schools. All girls don't want a guy who already as a comb over and is in a fraternity. Needs flavor. If Agnes will teach their women in school a little flavor and real diversity then they wouldn't have such angry and racist white women in the work force.
4th Year Female -- Class 2006
Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Education Quality: F
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This school is everything I hoped it wouldBrightPsychology
This school is everything I hoped it would be. It is the ideal school for girls who need small classes and helpful professors with whom to have close relationships with (student-teacher relationships). The education quality is phenominal. All teachers have a PHD and are always very helpful. The schools resources are endless and easy to access. They set you up for success here. There is only one problem...The students.While the students here are driven and serious about their education, they are some of the most closed-minded people I have ever met. It's odd for a school that consists of all the common minorities. I found that being here was like being in middle school again: If you are not gay, black, or an athlete, you can forget about having friends here. The students are snooty, passive agressive, closed-minded, very exclusive and sometimes violent. There are plenty of cat fights here. Seriously, If you are not gay, black, or athlatic I would concider attending a different school... I would be out of here if the education quality wasn't top noch.
1st Year Female -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Social Life: B-
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