Agnes Scott College has one of the most beautiful campuses in the country, and the College just doesn't claim the title—it owns it. The College has been ranked for having a beautiful campus on websites like Campus Squeeze and Campus Grotto, and stays well maintained through special grants from alumnae. Alston Campus Center is still fairly new to campus—not necessarily "state-of-the-art"—but definitely well-kept. It's a beautiful work of architecture, with large windows and floating staircases, stone and hardwood floors, and a large entertainment system. Alston is home to Student Life, Intercultural Affairs, Career Planning Office, the post office, Mollie's, Black Cat Café, a small exercise room, conference rooms, and student organization offices. The McCain Library is one of the College's best assets. It is, hands down, the most stunning building on campus—inside and out. McCain holds 200,000 books, and has the capacity to hold 250,000. Although the selection is not as large as a public college or university, students have access to books off campus through a special inter-college cooperation program.
Aside from these architectural gems, the College's athletic center and Alston exercise room could use some work. Woodruff Physical Activities Building could use some updating. At the end of the 2010-2011 school year, Woodruff received a facelift with a new coat of paint and some movement of equipment; however, the equipment itself hasn't been updated for a number of years. The equipment isn't state-of-the-art by any means, but it's perfectly adequate for exercise.