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Scholarship Listings

ABAC Ag Alumni Scholarship

Supported with proceeds from the annual ABAC AgClassic Golf Tournament and the ABAC Ag Alumni Council, this scholarship is awarded to students with a declared major in the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources who demonstrate leadership through participation in recognized activities, particularly FFA, FCCLA, and 4-H.

ABAC Ag Alumni Scholarship

Supported with proceeds from the annual ABAC AgClassic Golf Tournament and the ABAC Ag Alumni Council, this scholarship is awarded to students with a declared major in the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources.  Recipients will demonstrate leadership through participation in recognized activities, particularly FFA, FCCLA, and 4-H.

ABAC Athletic Scholarship

Recipients are selected by the ABAC Athletic Director based upon demonstrated athletic and academic achievement.

ABAC Foundation Scholars Program

The ABAC Foundation Scholars Program awards scholarships to students demonstrating outstanding academic achievement and extracurricular involvement, as well as strong leadership skills in their schools and in their communities.

ABAC Staff Forum Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the ABAC Staff Forum to provide assistance and support to dependents of ABAC staff who demonstrate consistent academic performance.

ABAC/Staplcotn Congressional Internship

The purpose of this scholarship is to provide ABAC students the opportunity to participate in an internship in the Washington, D.C. office of Senator Saxby Chambliss.  The internship will be offered to one student per academic year to work in the area of agricultural policy and to obtain direct knowledge of the congressional system.  The selected recipient serves during one semester, at the discretion of the Senator’s office and ABAC.

ABAC/Staplcotn Congressional Internship

The purpose of this scholarship is to provide ABAC students the opportunity to participate in an internship in the Washington, D.C. office of Senator Saxby Chambliss.  The internship will be offered to one student per academic year to work in the area of agricultural policy and to obtain direct knowledge of the congressional system.  The selected recipient serves during one semester, at the discretion of the Senator’s office and ABAC.

Achievement through Student Support and Experiential Training in Science (ASSETS)

Supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation, this scholarship provides support to qualified students with a declared major within the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) areas.  Specific qualifications apply to this scholarship.  Please click here for additional information.