ABAC Summer Classes Begin June 2 in Tifton, Moultrie
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 2.
The main campus will offer over 70 classes during the summer in the areas of mathematics, literature, history, agriculture, science, nursing, and physical education. ABAC on the Square will offer classes in history, literature, and mathematics over the course of the summer. Regular summer classes do not meet on Fridays.
Transient students are welcome to enroll at ABAC during the summer term. They can simply complete the ABAC application online and then submit it with the $20 application fee along with the transient permission and immunization forms.
Students interested in financial aid as a transient student should contact the financial aid office at their home institution. The deadline for tuition and fees for all students enrolled for the summer term is May 27 at 4:30 p.m.
Students who are graduating from high school this month can also take a class or two over the summer. That includes those students who will be attending ABAC and those who may be attending another college or university in the fall.
The ABAC Office of Enrollment Management can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the website at www.abac.edu/admissions. For information about classes at ABAC on the Square, call (229) 891-7235, or email the director, Dr. Gail Dillard, at email@example.com.
The summer term runs through July 25. Fall semester classes begin Aug. 13.