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College is a new and exciting time in your life. At ABAC, we try to make a top notch education as accessible and affordable as possible. We provide opportunities for scholarships and grants to allow more students to get the education they are seeking.

The Office of Student Financial Services serves as an institutional support function of the College to provide assistance in the College’s pursuit of its mission of instruction and outreach.

SFS provides students, parents, and other constituencies with an effective and efficient service with which to conduct their financial affairs with the College.

Grants, loans, Federal Work-Study and a limited number of scholarships are available through this office to help defray educational expenses at  Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Grants do not have to be repaid. Federal Work-Study awards are earned during the period of enrollment. Most loans must be repaid in cash. You must be enrolled at least half time (6 hours) to receive a Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Work- Study,  Federal Stafford Loan or Federal Parent (PLUS) Loan. Federal Pell Grants are available for less than full time students depending on need. HOPE Scholarships are available for one or more hours of enrollment. All student financial aid will be awarded based on anticipated full time enrollment unless otherwise noted on your Award Letter. 

For more information about our various programs please refer to our scholarships listing page.

2014-2015 FAFSA Deadlines

April 15, 2014 for returning students and July 1, 2014 for new students. Follow the link to complete your 2014-2015 FAFSA today! | More »

Payments

Paying for college just got easier with our online payment system. Click here to learn more about paying for college. | More »

Financial Aid

There are many resources available to help you pay for your academic career. Financial aid is available for almost all students in need. Learn about the different financial aid opportunities here. | More »