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‘Bottles and Brushes’ Art Class at Museum of Agriculture on May 22

May 7, 2015 The Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will host a “Bottles and Brushes” art class from 6-8 p.m. on May 22.  Participants will paint “Burst of Summer” by Brenda Rose, a local artist and the “Bottles and Brushes” instructor. “This piece…

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ABAC Students Inducted Into National Residence Hall Honorary

May 7, 2015 Twenty students were inducted into the first National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) in a recent ceremony at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.   The NRHH is a service organization of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH), Inc. The NRHH is designed to give local, regional,... Read More »

Loganville Native Receives George P. Donaldson Award

May 7, 2015 Samuel Elberto Peraza, a journalism major from Loganville, was awarded the prestigious George P. Donaldson Award as the top associate degree graduate participating in the ceremony at the recent graduation exercises at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Peraza was selected through an application and interview process conducted by... Read More »

Sharpsburg Resident Receives ABAC Alumni Association Award

May 7, 2015 Allison Faye Gordy, a natural resource management major specializing in wildlife, was awarded the ABAC Alumni Association Award for the top bachelor’s degree graduate participating in the recent commencement ceremony at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Gordy was selected through an application and interview process conducted by the... Read More »

ABAC Graduates Most Students in History

May 7, 2015 More students than at any point in the 107-year history of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College completed their requirements for graduation in the annual spring commencement ceremony on Thursday in Gressette Gymnasium. ABAC President David Bridges said a record-breaking 409 students completed the requirements for graduation at the... Read More »

ABAC Summer Classes Begin June 1 in Tifton, Moultrie

May 5, 2015 Students who want to get a head start on the fall semester can enroll in summer term classes at the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College main campus in Tifton or at the Moultrie location at ABAC on the Square.  Summer term classes begin June 1. The main campus... Read More »

Spinks Retires After 21 Years at Georgia’s Museum of Agriculture

May 5, 2015 Monty Spinks, a name synonymous with the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College for the past 21 years, has announced his retirement. Spinks, the Museum’s Grounds and Maintenance Supervisor, began his career at the Georgia Agrirama in 1994. Every day since... Read More »

Institutional SAT May 27 at ABAC

May 5, 2015 Students who plan to enroll in baccalaureate or pre-baccalaureate degree programs at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College can take the Institutional Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) on May 27 at 9 a.m. on the campus instead of waiting for the national testing dates. The admissions policy at ABAC requires... Read More »

Lovett Named Chair of ABAC Foundation Board of Trustees

April 30, 2015 Georgia Power Company Area Manager Lynn Lovett recently took on the responsibility of Chair of the ABAC Foundation Board of Trustees at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. “It is an exciting time at ABAC with the continuous growth in enrollment and increasing number of bachelor degree programs being... Read More »

Students Speak at Sertoma Club Meeting at ABAC

April 30, 2015 Two students from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College were the featured speakers on Thursday at a special meeting of the Tifton Sertoma Club on the ABAC campus.   Marlee Mathis, a nursing major from Nashville, and Josh Page, a journalism major from the United Kingdom, spoke at the meeting... Read More »