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ABAC Ranked Seventh in State Among Four-Year Colleges

August 30, 2017

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College ranked seventh on a list of the Top Ten 4-year colleges in Georgia, according to the education website schools.com.

More than 50 colleges in Georgia were ranked for the list using data from the Department of Education and the National Center for Education Statistics.  Georgia Tech ranked first.

ABAC opened fall term classes on Aug. 16 with almost 2,000 of its 3,400 students enrolled in bachelor’s degree programs, an all-time record.  ABAC offers 13 bachelor’s degree programs this fall, the most in the 109-year history of the college.

With over 1,300 students living on campus, ABAC attracts students from 21 states, 26 countries and 154 of Georgia’s 159 counties.  ABAC has a $329,844,725 annual economic impact on Tift and surrounding counties.

The ABAC campus includes the Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, the J.G. Woodroof Farm, and the Forest Lakes Golf Course.
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