ABAC is a public college located in Tifton, Georgia. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 2,470 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the ABAC acceptance rate is 70%. Popular majors include Liberal Arts and Humanities, Agriculture, and Nursing. Graduating 23% of students, ABAC alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $26,300.
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Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Reviews
ABAC is a small college with a beautiful campus. You can get a 2 year or 4 year degree, even though it is a junior college. Tifton has a lot to offer as far as places to eat, get supplies for both school and dorm, and see a movie. ABAC makes you feel right at home. Class sizes are not too large. Dorms are pretty decent. D-hall has great food plus there is a Surcheros on campus. You can easily get from one class to another. Pool and gym facilities are great. At ABAC you gain some of the best friends and you get an excellent education!
My freshman experience with Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has been nothing less than astounding. I decided to live on campus because I believed it would allow for more opportunities to be involved; I was right. I've had the pleasure of forming strong relationships with a diverse group of people and am currently being challenged by what I believe are some of the best professors in the state. Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College offers some of the best four-year degrees, and I'm looking forward to obtaining my bachelors degree in nursing while living here. The campus is a safe, clean environment that has proven itself perfect for students who are serious about academic success. If I were to rate this school on a scale of one to five, i'd give it a score of five. If interested in pursuing a degree here at ABAC, I recommend scheduling a campus visit!
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is a state college in Tifton, Ga. The college provides a safe environment for students. The college also have great professors and resources for students in need. The resources are the food pantry, clothing closet, scholarship, on campus jobs etc. What I like about the college is the campus is beautiful. Students can be themselves without being judged. There are a variety of organizations and clubs such as Ambassadors, Helping Profession Association, Rural Studies and so forth. The college also have intramural sports like tennis, baseball, and soccer. What I also like about the college is there are always events for students to attend. I would like to see is more available parking space for students.