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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 »

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ABAC is Best Value School

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has been designated a Best Value School by University Research & Review (UR&R). ABAC is the only college in the state to receive this distinction.

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Cardboard Boat Race Entertains

We are so very excited to have all of the new smiling faces on campus. Welcome Week has been full of exciting activities. Yesterday was the annual Cardboard Boat Race. Teams had 25 minutes to create a boat with cardboard and duct tape that could carry a team member across Lake Baldwin. Great job to everyone that participated!

Engaged Faculty Recognized

Designed by the ABAC Center for Teaching and Learning to foster faculty excellence and the advancement of student achievement, the Engaged Faculty Colloquium Series provides a scholarly forum to consider pedagogical methodology, original research, institutional effectiveness, and professional development. Faculty have the opportunity to earn the Engage Faculty Certificate, which recognizes those faculty members with a high level of participation in the year long program. Pictured (l-r) Dr. Justin Ng, Franzelle Mathis-Pertilla, Dr. James Galt-Brown, and Philip Hightower.

Bachelor Degree Enrollment Continues to Soar

Classes are back in session today at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. More than one-third of the students filling the classrooms are enrolled in one of ABAC’s many bachelor’s degree programs. Since the inception of the bachelor degrees at ABAC, enrollment in these programs has increased over 20% each year. This year is no exception with a more than 23% increase from 2013-14. For the second year in a row, overall enrollment for the College is up again compared to the previous fall.

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