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Requirements & Applications

Scroll down to choose the admissions category that best describes you.  Click on the apply now for the Admissions Definitions and Checklist that will guide you as you complete the enrollment process.

General documents to submit: 

Verification of Lawful Presence

SAT/ACT Scores

Testing dates at ABAC:
SAT (school code: 11675) –  January 25, March 8, May 3, June 7.

ACT (school code: 007810) – February 8, April 12, June 14.

Click here for Institutional SAT (iSAT) testing dates at ABAC.

 Certification of Immunization

Review Placement Test Criteria

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Which Student Are You?

Select the student profile that best matches you to learn more about applying to ABAC

Freshman Student

You've never attended a college or university, or you attended but are transferring fewer than 30 semester hours of college credit.

Transfer Student

You've attended an accredited college or university and will have at least 30 semester hours of transferable credit.

Non-Traditional Student

You've been out of high school at least five (5) years and your high school class graduated at least five years ago, and you earned a high school diploma from an accredited high school or have satisfactorily completed the GED and have earned fewer than 30 transferable semester credit hours.

Dual Enrollment Student

You're in high school and are seeking to enroll for college credit.

Home Schooled Student

You were home schooled or graduated from an unaccredited high school.

International Student

You were born outside of the United States or its territories; or completed secondary education outside the United States or its territories; or underwent coursework at any college or university outside the United States or its territories.

GED Student

You've earned a General Education Diploma (GED).

Former Student

You haven't attended ABAC within the past three terms.

Transient Student

You're currently enrolled in another accredited college or university and plan to enroll in ABAC classes for one term and only. You plan to transfer the course(s) back to your home institution.

Post Baccalaureate Student

You've already earned a baccalaureate or higher degree.

Senior Citizen Student

You're 62 years or older and wish to attend as a regular student or an auditor on a space available basis without payment of fees except for supplies and laboratories.