On-Campus Housing Available?
Campus Housing Capacity
Average Housing Costs
Types of Housing Offered
- Apartments for single students
- Theme housing
- Women's dorms
Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?
Undergrads Living On Campus
Freshmen Living On Campus
Number of Campus-Owned Apartments
Best Freshman Dorms
Best Upperclassman Dorms
- Avery Glen Apartments
- Inman Hall
Worst Freshman Dorms
Worst Upperclassman Dorms
- Agnes Scott "Main" Hall
- Hopkins Hall
- Rebekah Scott Hall
What You Get
- Air conditioning
- Desk and chair
Agnes has three theme houses. Two houses have two floors and one house a single floor. Each house can hold approximately seven students per house with single bedrooms for each as well as communal bathrooms. These houses are for Agnes residents only and are available to upperclasswomen. Each theme house includes a full kitchen with stove, microwave, and refrigerator/freezer as well as large living rooms, large porches, a laundry room, and access to an elevator. The houses also have Wi-Fi service, port Internet, telephone services, and basic cable.
Available for Rent
Washers and dryers are available for rent if you are an Agnes Scott resident in Avery Glen. Other than this, there is no way for people to rent appliances on campus.
Did You Know?
- Agnes Scott "Main" Hall was built in 1891, and is the oldest building on campus. It was named after Agnes Scott, who was George W. Scott's mother.
- Agnes Scott "Main" Hall houses the bell tower, which is home to an old Agnes tradition. When seniors learn of their acceptance into graduate school or receive their first job offer, they will climb to the bell tower and ring the bell to announce their success, so residents often hear the bell well.
- Agnes sits parallel with a train track. The train comes about twice during the day and twice during the night. If residents of Rebekah, Main, and Inman don't close their windows, the train will be all they hear.
- All students are expected to live in campus housing for the duration of their time at the College.
- At the end of your first year at Agnes, you will pick your own roommate and participate in a housing lottery which will determine your housing assignment for the following academic year. Students are given points based on their class year and whether or not their forms and fees are taken care of on time. These points determine the student's priority in the housing lottery.
- First-year housing and roommates are assigned by the school.