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Clubs & Organizations

Student organizations have a huge impact on students’ experiences throughout college. Student organizations provide students with the opportunity to gain valuable leadership experience, meet interesting people and an outlet to learn outside of the classroom.

With more than 40 registered organizations at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, students have endless opportunities to get involved on campus. With every type of club imaginable from drama club to a variety of clubs focused on philanthropic causes, there is an organization for everyone.

ABAC Student Clubs & Organizations

Greek Life

Greek Life can provide students at ABAC with the opportunity to excel academically, participate in philanthropic events and make friends to last a lifetime. | More »

Georgia Museum of Agriculture

With so many fall events at the Georgia Museum of Agriculture, there is something for everyone. Start off your fall festivities at the Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze. There will also be a “Country Fair”, Trick or Treat in the Village and cane grinding demonstrations. Celebrate Thanksgiving season at GMA with the Native American Experience and Wiregrass Thanksgiving Feast.

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Ms. ABAC Top Five

The ABAC Ag Business Club hosted the 46th Annual Ms. ABAC contest last night. Congratulations to Nashville native, Marlee Mathis, who was named Ms. ABAC 2015. Top five pictured (l-r): Kaylee Ewing from Monroe, Brittany Sherrod from Swainsboro, Ms. ABAC 2015 Marlee Mathis from Nashville, Madison Lynn from Vidalia, and Sarah O’Neal from Tifton. Good job to all of the participants. It was quite a show!

President Carter Speaks to Packed House

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