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Tifton, Georgia

Name: Lacy Stephens Hometown: Buford, Ga.

I chose ABAC for the endless opportunities the college has to offer. Being on a smaller campus versus a larger one gives me the opportunity to experience more and become involved. Everyone is so willing to help and genuinly kind, I know that ABAC is the college for me!

Name: Kamanski Jordan Hometown: Tifton, Ga.

I chose ABAC for the high standard of education here at home, as opposed to going further away to college. I see that the instructors are always available for one-on-one assistance, and they are eager to instruct in such a way that all students have a greater chance of understanding. The friendly and comfortable environment at ABAC allows for complete academic success.

It’s All About the Numbers!

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Newest bachelor’s degree programs include Biology and Natural Resource Management (majors in Forestry and in Wildlife Management) Year college among the most affordable in the country by U.S. Department of education Hole Forest Lakes Golf Course is the only course to be operated by a state college Percent pass rate on the Registered Nurse (RN) licensure examination Students from 24 countries, 20 states, & 150 Georgia counties take classes on the 516-acre campus

ABAC has 6 intercollegiate sports!

• Men’s & Women’s Tennis • Men’s Golf • Baseball • Softball • Women’s Soccer

Get Involved S

ome people watch life go by. Others soak it up. At ABAC, you’ll get a chance to be as involved as you want to be. Academics come first. After all, that’s what college is for. But don’t wallflower your college career away. Jump on board and explore your interests. With more than 37 student clubs ranging from leadership to fraternities to musical and professional organizations, there is something for everyone at ABAC!

Write or take pictures for the college’s award-winning newspaper, The Stallion, or compose poetry or draw for the literary magazine, Pegasus. Play the music you like on the campus radio station, WPLH. Get involved in the ABAC community through clubs and organizations or play intramural sports like flag football, softball, or basketball.

The opportunities to get involved at ABAC are endless!

School of Agriculture and Natural Resources

• Diversified Agriculture (B.A.S.) Crop Production Management & Marketing Livestock Production Management & Marketing • Natural Resource Management (B.A.S.) Forestry Wildlife Management • Turfgrass & Golf Course Management (B.A.S.) • Agribusiness and Agricultural Economics • Agriculture • Agricultural Education • Agriscience & Environmental Systems • Animal Science • Biological & Agricultural Engineering • Forest Resources • Plant Sciences

Majors By School

School of Business • • • • • •

Business and Economic Development (B.A./B.S.)* Accounting (B.B.A.)** Management (B.B.A.)** Business Administration Economics Information Technology

School of Human Sciences • Social & Community Affairs (B.A./B.S.)* • Early Childhood Education (B.S.Ed.)** • Criminal Justice • Education Early Childhood Middle Grades P-12 Secondary • Human Services • Physical Education • Political Science • Psychology • Sociology

School of Liberal Arts

School of Nursing and Health Sciences • Nursing

School of Science and Mathematics • Biology (B.S.) • Allied Health Dental Hygiene Information Management Medical Technology Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy Physician Assistant Radiologic Sciences Respiratory Therapy Sports Medicine (Exercise Science) • Biology • Chemistry • Computer Science • Dentistry • Engineering • Mathematics • Medicine • Pharmacy • Physics • Veterinary Medicine

• Arts and Culture (B.A./B.S.)* • Writing and Communication (B.A./B.S.)* • Art • Communication Arts Agricultural Communication Journalism and Mass Media Speech Communication • English • Foreign Language • History • Law • Liberal Arts • Music Degrees are part of the Rural Studies program

* ** Degrees offered in partnership with Georgia Southwestern State University at ABAC


ABAC Requirements

1. Submit admission application ( 2. Pay the $20 non-refundable application fee. 3. Mail official high school transcript from an accredited high school indicating date of graduation and type of diploma (send a partial transcript now if you are still in high school and another after graduation). 4. Mail official transcripts from every college attended (send a partial transcript now if still attending and a final at the end of the last term before you enroll at ABAC). 5. Submit SAT or ACT test scores. 6. Submit Certificate of Immunization. Questions? Email


More than 1,300 students live in oncampus housing in either ABAC Place or Lakeside. ABAC Place is an apartmentstyle facility designed to provide upperclassmen a comfortable home. Lakeside officially opened in 2007 for ABAC freshmen. Lakeside’s Programs and suite-style living are sure to meet the social and academic needs for its residents.

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Within walking distance of everything on campus Increased opportunities for involvement Meet new people Higher grades and greater college success In-hall programs and socials Study rooms and computer access Fully furnished apartments On-site convenience stores On-site, 24 hour fitness center High speed Internet access for all students Dedicated maintenance staff at no extra cost Live-in staff 24 hour security provided by ABAC police One easy payment per semester Utilities included Save money on gas

2011-2012 Estimated Cost of Attendance Below is an example of the annual estimated cost for a first time student living on campus. Tuition and fees: In-State $3,776 Based on 15 semester hours Housing: $3,770 Based on double occupancy in ABAC Lakeside Meals: $2,450 $1,225 per semester Books: $775 Typical range is $300-$500 per semester

Out-of-State $ 11,482


Out-of-State $18,477

In-State $10,771

Name: Sam Pennington Hometown: Clover, S.C. I really enjoy attending ABAC! The Academic Common Market has been an added bonus, saving me almost $7,000 my first year!

The Academic Common Market is a program through the Southern Regional Education Board that allows students to study in a specialized field at an out-of-state college while paying in-state tuition rates. For more information visit

4 Easy Steps To Financial Aid at ABAC No financial aid can be awarded until you are accepted to ABAC.


Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The application can be completed online at The deadline for fall semester is July 15, and the spring semester deadline is November 15.

results determine your eligibility for grants, loans, and more. Apply as soon as you complete 2. FAFSA your tax return from the previous year. Prepare your taxes early! are a Georgia resident eligible for the HOPE Scholarship, you must go through the financial 3. Ifaidyouapplication process. your eStallion account to know if additional documents are needed and make certain the 4. Access office has received all necessary information. Apply early! Don’t wait until the last minute. Stay in touch with ABAC Student Financial Services and don’t hesitate to contact them with questions!

Contact Information Information Center

Come for a visit and let ABAC leave a lasting impression! Stallion Days

November 12 • February 11 • April 14

Weekday Visits


Act Now! Students who complete the enrollment process by March 1st are invited to attend Early Bird Orientation. Also, don’t forget to apply for ABAC scholarships @

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