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Charles W. Powell, III Scholarship

Recipients must be enrolled in the accounting program or in another major within the School of Business and must have a record of strong academic performance in all of their coursework.  If no accounting or business-related student is eligible, students with majors in other areas may be considered.

James Holcomb Scholarship for Business Administration

Recipients of this scholarship will be majors in business administration with strong academic qualifications and residency in one of the following Georgia counties: Chatham, Clarke, Effingham, Hart, or Towns.  Preference will be given to students not receiving the HOPE Scholarship.

John Henry Dorminy Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to students with majors in forestry, nursing, accounting, or a pre-professional (medicine, law) program of study.  Recipients with academic potential and financial need from Ben Hill County, Georgia will be given first preference, with second preference to students from contiguous counties, then to Georgia residents at large.

John L. Herring Scholarship

First preference in awarding this scholarship shall be given to students majoring in accounting who demonstrate consistent academic performance.  If no accounting majors qualify, students majoring in other fields within the School of Business will be considered.

John S. Sims Accounting Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded based upon outstanding academic achievement to students majoring in accounting at ABAC.

Mary Lee Vitange Payne Scholarship for Business Administration Students

Recipients will be business administration majors with strong SAT scores and academic records.

Mary M. LeMar Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to an entering freshman with a declared major in business and a record of academic excellence.

O.V. Barkuloo Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to entering freshman from either Tift County High School or Tiftarea Academy in Tifton, Georgia.  Recipients will have a history of active participation in 4-H and of academic achievement during their high school years.  Recipients must have a declared major in an agriculture-related field of study, family and consumer sciences, or a pre-professional area of study.