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Honors

ABAC Honors Program

The Honors Program is designed to help intellectually talented and strongly motivated students gain the most rewarding college experience possible. Challenging courses and engaging professors place honors students on a path toward academic and professional success. Admission to the program is competitive and is gained through invitation from the Honors Program director.

Requirements

  • SAT score of 1100 or better (sum of verbal and math) OR
  • ACT Composite scores of 24 or better

Perks of Being an Honors Student

  • Honors Lounges and Study Rooms:  private lounges in the library and the Humanities building allow Honors students space to study and gather.
  • Housing: Honor students share a special wing of the dorm, allowing for collaboration and greater interaction with students who share similar educational goals.
  • Priority Registration:  Honor students register early and have both an academic advisor and an Honors director who pays specific attention to the academic needs of each Honors student.
  • Recognition: special recognition is given to Honors students at the college’s annual Honors Day program and at the graduation ceremony.

For More Information contact Dr. Cynthia Hall, Honors Program Director, at  229.391.4955 or chall@abac.edu.

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Honors News

46 students from the honors program were recognized for academic achievement at Honors Day

Ariel Battle- Ocilla, Ga.

“My honors classes offer an encouraging environment for thinking and creativity. I feel like the honors program is my college family away from home.”

Ashley Dunnigan–Blakely, GA

“One great advantage of being in the Honors program is the close relationship I have with my Honors advisor.  She is always there to help us with questions about classes or about school in general.”

Amber Hurst–Ocala, FL

“I feel that each Honors class is filled with a higher level of critical discourse.  The Honors professors delve deeper into topics than is possible in a general course.”

Meagan Thomason–Douglas, GA

As a service project in January of 2014, Meagan sells YUDA bands to help fund education in third world countries.

Michelle Sheffield–Eastman, GA

Michelle presented her research on biofuel and farm waste,”One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure,” at the National Collegiate Honors Conference in New Orleans during November of 2013.

Ross McClellan–Tifton, GA

Sponsored by the Honors Program, Ross McClellan won the title of Mr. ABAC for the year 2014-2015. He competed against 20 other young men for this coveted title. Ross will represent the college at public functions. Congratulations to the first ever Mr. ABAC honors program winner!

Honors Orientation 2014

ABAC’s Honors Program Welcomed 60 New Freshman with an Honors Orientation on Aug. 14th