Agnes Scott College
Agnes Scott College is ranked by U.S News & World Report as the No.1 Most Innovative School nationally among liberal arts colleges and No. 2 for Best Undergraduate Teaching. Located minutes from downtown Atlanta, the college is known for SUMMIT, a signature educational experience providing every student with an individualized course of study focused on leadership development and global learning.
The Woodruff Athletic Complex, commonly referred to as Woodruff Gym, is home to six NCAA Division III varsity athletic programs--the Agnes Scott College Scotties. The gym has been the home venue for the women's basketball program since 1988 and the women's volleyball program since its inception in 1996. Woodruff has served as the host site for several events over the years, including as a practice location during the 1996 Olympics, which was hosted by the city of Atlanta. Agnes Scott also hosted the men's and women's basketball tournament for the Great South Athletic Conference in 2009 and the women's volleyball tournament in 2010. (GPS Address: 225 E. Dougherty Street, Decatur, GA 30030)