As as unit of the 31-member University System of Georgia, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is one of the premier colleges in the state of Georgia. The College was founded in 1908 as the Second District A&M School. With more than 3,000 students, ABAC provides quality practical education to a diverse group of students.
Located on 516 acres of sun-splashed south Georgia countryside, ABAC provides an enlightening and engaging environment for its students. More than 1,200 students from across the globe choose to live on campus and enjoy life in Tifton, named one of the best small towns in America.
ABAC provides students with endless opportunities to learn and grow as individuals. With an abundance of student organizations, a wide-ranging music program, and a variety of intercollegiate and intramural athletic teams, there are many ways for students to get involved and develop a deeper connection with their college.
The History of ABAC