ABAC Description

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has a beautiful 421-acre campus, where almost every county of Georgia is represented and international students from foreign countries across the globe call this university their home away from home.

Come to Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College to enjoy a small-town feel. Located in Trifton, Georgia, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is a public, four-year university offering more than 40 programs of study and several bachelor’s degrees.

Bachelor’s programs include:

• Rural Studies
• Agriculture
• Turfgrass and Golf Course Management
• Early Childhood Education
• Management
• Accounting
• Resource Management

Associate’s programs offer a chance to transfer to another university, or you can choose to enter an occupational-specific certification program in order to prepare yourself for the job market.

So whether you’re looking to start a certification program, finish your associate’s or go for your bachelor’s, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College can offer a vibrant path for your new future!

Quick Facts about Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Region

Southeast

Setting

Small Town Setting

Type

Public

Size

Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)

Nickname

ABAC

Website

www.abac.edu

On-Campus Housing Available

Yes

Selectivity

Selective

In-State Tuition

$3,172

Out-of-State Tuition

$8,160

Retention Rate

50%

Enrollment

3,600

Year Established

1908

ABAC Ratings & Reviews

Overall School Rating: 2.5

5 star
 
4 star
  1 review
3 star
  1 review
2 star
 
1 star
  1 review

33% of students gave Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College 4 stars overall.

Former Student - Last Attended 2011

Overall Rating:
1

Detailed Ratings

My favorite instructor was Etta Lee, who teaches Psychology. She made us work for the grades but was truly helpful, respectful, kind, & just an A+ teacher in every way. I wish the rest were like her. I was comfortable in her class because I was treated with respect & she didn't seem to enjoy a "power trip" over the students the way so many other instructors did. Overall, I was not very happy at ABAC because all the instructors acted as if we were kids in grade school who needed to be scolded, intimidated, etc. I am a married, mother of two kids with no time for nonsense. I am serious about my work & my grades. I am perfectly capable of keeping myself motivated & disciplined. I do not need instructors mouthing off to the class & putting fear tactics into us. I felt that such behavior from instructors hurts the students more than helps. I wish they could all take lessons from Etta Lee, who knows how to effectively teach, encourage, & respect her students as mature adults that they are (or should be). I believe if the instructors would treat the students as such, the students will live up the occasion. One word for the instructors... Believe in your students, encourage them, practice humility, & treat them the way you would like to be treated.

Overall Rating:
4

Detailed Ratings

Sir, i am exploring the sites for the enrollment to a bachlor degree course in agriculture science . Primarily i am diploma holder in Veterinary Science and animal husbandry and would like to upgrade my qualifiacation. when searching the various sites, i found the college could help me to get the required education and fulfill my dream.

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Licenses, Accreditations, and Memberships

Accreditations ?
Accreditation refers to the practice of being reviewed by an independent, non-profit accrediting agency that specializes in educational quality.

  • Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Memberships ?
Memberships are voluntary associations a school belongs to.

  • Georgia Association of Colleges
  • Georgia Collegiate Press Association
  • National Junior College Athletic Association
  • National League for Nursing

ABAC Students

Full-Time Undergrad Students
3,600
Freshman Class
1,047
Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
3,600

Undergraduate vs. Graduate

Undergraduate
100%
Graduate
0%

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students

Full-Time
90%
Part-Time
10%

Students Coming From In-State vs. Out-of-State

In-State
100%
Out-of-State
0%

Gender of Students

Women
56%
Men
44%

Ethnic Diversity

African-American
20%
Caucasian
71%
Latino
4%
Other
5%

Students State Origin

Georgia
100%
Florida
1%

International Students

International
0%
Domestic
100%

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