Agnes Scott College
Georgia, United States
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Everything you need to get involved, have fun, and enjoy the college experience
From academic honor societies to Greek living, from drama to publishing, from exploring cultures to joining student government, there are countless ways to enrich your life or get active at York College. Make connections, meet friends and get to know future colleagues by joining one of our 100+ clubs and organizations.
1 hour drive from Baltimore; two-and ½-hour drive from Philadelphia; two-hour drive from D.C.; four-hour drive from New York City, Richmond or Pittsburgh
When it comes to your ideal college life, where you live on campus might be as big a factor for you as academics. That’s why we go to great lengths to provide a safe, comfortable living space in which you can thrive, full of fun, educational programs and supportive staff.
Living on campus is a big deal at York College. In fact, if you aren’t a commuter, we require it. Why? In part because we see how much of a positive impact it can have when students live in close proximity to classes and to their classmates. When you’re in an inclusive community that cares about you, you’ll find it easier to adapt to college and be successful.
We offer modern living with apartments, houses, and suites for upperclassmen - Little Run Lodge has its own cafeteria and mail center! - as well as traditional college halls. On-campus, you’re never too far away from food, class, the fitness center and more.