Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

An institution of the University System of Georgia

Overview

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College’s goal is to contribute to a better-educated Georgia. To that end, it engages in a comprehensive planning and assessment process, enabling it to build upon its many strengths. The College’s faculty, staff, and administration are committed to excellence in preparing students to be informed and productive citizens.

  • Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) is a State College in the University System of Georgia with an enrollment of 3,923 students from 156 of 159 Georgia counties, 23 countries, and 21 states. More than 1,300 students live on the Tifton campus in modern, apartment-style housing complexes.

  • The School of Agriculture and Natural Resources is the largest of the four schools of study on campus. Nursing is the most popular associate degree with almost 600 students seeking to attain Registered Nurse (R.N.) status after completing their degree requirements.

  • ABAC bachelor’s degrees with concentrations in a variety of different areas include Biology, Agribusiness, History and Government, Agriculture, Nursing, Agricultural Communication, Writing and Communication, Agricultural Education, Business, Environmental Horticulture, Rural Community Development, and Natural Resource Management with options in Forestry and Wildlife.

  • ABAC has received Best Value and Military Friendly designations.

  • ABAC’s campus includes a nine-hole golf course, horse stables, a 200-acre teaching laboratory at the J.G. Woodroof Farm, a 1,000-acre forest, and the Georgia Museum of Agriculture.

  • ABAC has an annual economic impact of almost a half a billion dollars on Tifton and the surrounding area.

  • ABAC offers instructional sites in Tifton, Bainbridge, Moultrie, Blakely, and Donalsonville.

  • ABAC features six intercollegiate sports including soccer, tennis and softball for women, and baseball, golf, and tennis for men.

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College