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Office of Multicultural Education

HispanicHeritagePoster_smallWelcome to the homepage of the Office of Multicultural Educational Programs at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC). We are happy you have chosen to visit our site and encourage you to learn more about the programs and services offered through our office.

Our mission and passion are to be effective advocates for the academic success and personal growth among underrepresented students and foster diversity on campus and the community.

The following programs support the efforts of the Office of Multicultural Educational Programs. Please click on the individual link to access the respective web pages.

  1. Migrant Education Program (MEP)- supports the academic success of students from migrant farmworker backgrounds at the k-12 level
  2. High School Equivalency Program (HEP)- supports students  in preparing for a GED diploma
  3. African American Male Initiative (AAMI)- supports the enrollment, success, and retention of African American males at ABAC
  4. Hispanic Scholarship Program- supports the enrollment, success, and retention of Hispanic students at ABAC
  5. College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)- support the enrollment, success, and retention of students from migrant or seasonal farmworker backgrounds at ABAC
  6. Upward Bound (UB)- supports the academic preparation of students in pre-college to facilitate  college enrollment and success

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding the services provided by this office at (229) 391-4880

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Multicultural Ed. Program News

We are now located in Conger Hall!

Hispanic Heritage Day 2015

Hispanic Heritage Day at ABAC! Thursday, September 24,2015

  • 9:30AM – 10:45AM Howard Auditorium
    • Lessons from Around the World: Improving Rural and Latino Health Care
  • 11:30AM -1:30PM Meadows
    • Hispanic Heritage Day Celebrations – Food, Music and Dances
  • 2:00PM – 3:45PMHealth Sciences 237
    • Conversations with the Experts