Ask the Stallion - Q&A
Ask the Stallion - Q&A
If you are interested in purchasing a video of the ceremony, contact Tom Grant at email@example.com for more information.
Students are currently able to go ahead and use their financial aid in the bookstore to purchase books.
Any questions regarding financial aid may be directed to Student Financial Services at 229. 391.4910.
For specific questions regarding the bookstore, please call 229. 391.4825.
Spring Break will be March 16-20, 2015.
Returning students will be able to move back in January 4-6.
New students will be able to move in January 7, after they have completed registration.
January 6, 2015 is the fee payment deadline for Spring 2015.
Priority 1 (70 or more earned credit hours) registration begins October 20 at 8:30 am
Priority 2 (45-69 earned credit hours) registration begins October 21 at 8:30 am
Priority 3 (12-44 earned credit hours) registration begins October 22 at 8:30 am
Priority 4 (less than 12 earned credit hours) registration begins October 23 at 8:30 am
Summer 2015 registration begins for all currently enrolled students on October 20 at 8:30 am
Spring 2015 registration for returning students (not currently enrolled), transfer students with more than 12 transferable credit hours, and transient students begins October 24 at 8:30 am
Your D2L username is your Stallions email account (i.e. If your email is firstname.lastname@example.org, your username would be jdoe).
If you do not know your email username, you may find it here
In order to set your password please click “Forgot Password” upon your 1st time logging in. You will be prompted to create an 8 character password.
Spring classes will begin Thursday, January 8th 2015.
The Federal Work Study Program provides jobs for undergraduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money to pay for educational expenses. At ABAC, participants in the Work Study Program are paid $7.25 per hour and are paid every two weeks. Most Work Study positions are located on campus, some off-campus positions may be available. The number of hours a student is allowed to work per week depends on the amount of his or her award. However, the maximum number of hours a student may work per week is 15.
If you are interested in applying for a Work Study position, you must first pick up a “Student Employee Referral Form” completed by the Financial Aid office showing you are eligible for the Work Study Program.
Available student jobs may be found at:
http://www.abac.edu/more/human-resources/employment-opportunities , then select “Student Jobs on Campus”
Students should visit the Post Office on campus, located on the bottom floor of the Branch Student Center, to receive a P.O. Box. Once assigned students may receive mail at the following address:
2802 Moore Hwy
Tifton, GA 31793-2601
Students have access to their box 24/7, however any item to large to fit must be picked up during regular window hours.
The Library computers are indeed open to everybody. There is no log-in; all one has to do is hit the “Enter” key if it asks for a password and it will automatically log itself in.
To print from the computers, a message will pop up asking for a User ID and Password. You can make up your own ID and password (most students type in their name for the ID and any set of numbers for the password). Then go to the printer you had selected, color on the left or black-and-white on the right, and slide your Gold Card at the reader. After that, look on the touch screen for the ID you entered. Tap your ID, then use the keypad to type in your numerical password. Once it opens up to your print job, just hit “Print.”
You can make a payment on their account using web check (no charge) or credit card (2.67% fee accessed at time of processing). Once payment is made, please call 229-391-4999 to have the funds applied to the students Gold Card as general dollars. The student will then be able to make the purchase in our bookstore, please make sure that the student informs the cashier in the bookstore that they are using general dollars for the purchase. If you have any questions do not hesitate to call 229.391.4910 or email email@example.com.
The Stallion is published every two weeks on the ABAC campus and is distributed for free in nearly all the buildings on the ABAC campus. Look for The Stallion’s distribution racks near the doors.
In addition, articles in The Stallion are published online at www.abacstallion.com and you can have them delivered to your phone via The Stallion app. Scan this QR code and download the app. As a bonus, the app also brings Stallion TV stories to your smartphone.