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About Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
College is an exciting and new experience, ABAC provides limitless opportunities to try new things and meet new people. Between living in the dorms, cheering on our Stallions at baseball games and getting involved in various on-campus organizations, it is impossible to not have fun!
It is ABAC’s desire that students not only learn in the classroom, but grow and develop as individuals through their experiences on campus. From the Stallion Welcome Week to the various other orientations, at ABAC you are encouraged to get involved. The students at ABAC share a sense of purpose and drive that unites them in their pursuit of education and their long term goals. While at ABAC, we encourage you to take advantage of the many different opportunities available to you.
Located on 516 acres of sun-splashed south Georgia countryside, ABAC provides an enlightening and engaging environment for its students. More than 1,300 students from across the globe choose to live on campus and enjoy life in Tifton, named one of the best small towns in America.
Welcome to ABAC Housing. The decision to attend college is the beginning of a very special and influential time in every student’s life. College, unlike previous phases of education, is so much more than the classroom experience. While it is true that the faculty will prepare you for the career of your future, it is the full college experience that opens so many doors and possibilities for success.
By living on campus, you as a student will be able to take full advantage of all that the ABAC college experience has to offer. When you move on to campus, you will find a home away from home. This home in one of the two housing facilities at ABAC will allow you to fully immerse in the events, activities, mentorships, clubs, workshops, career expos, and travel opportunities that ABAC offers.
Rather than spending hours each day traveling to and from class, residential students can spend more time building their portfolio of experience. As a residential student, you will also have the opportunity to live with a group of people with which you will form lifelong friendships and career connections.
Courses available 8Accounting & Finance 1 Agriculture Studies 5 Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Business, Management 1 Health and Medicine 1
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