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Student Government

The Student Government Association is the voice of the students at ABAC and provides many opportunities for leadership. Through its three branches -executive, legislative, and judicial -the SGA fulfills its purpose to act as an agent in the presentation of matters of student welfare, to advise in all matters affecting the affairs of the student body and its organizations, and to promote and further the interests of the student body.

Our meetings are held every other Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Student Center Courtroom.  All are welcome to join us and let your voices be heard!

SGA Constitution
SGA By-Laws (Amended Fall 2013)
SGA Excuse Form
Campaign Guidelines
Officer Qualifications and Duties


 

 

 

Get Involved!

There are more than 40 student organizations on the ABAC campus! Get involved in campus activities to get the most out of your college experience. | More »

Andy Paul Named National FFA President

Andy Paul from Lexington, Georgia, a sophomore agricultural education major at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, was elected president of the 2014-15 National FFA Officer Team on November 1 in Indianapolis. Paul is the third Georgian to be elected President in the history of FFA and one of only 15 individuals from Georgia to be elected as part of the national officer team.

Wildlife Society Brings Home National Title

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Victorian Village By Candlelight

Tickets for the annual Victorian Village By Candlelight on Sunday, December 7th are now on sale at the GMA Country Store. Guests will officially welcome the holiday season when they board the train and arrive in a village aglow with lanterns and kerosene lamps. A storytelling guide takes each group through several stops while the ways of celebrating Christmas in the early 1900s are revealed through the eyes of an affluent family and a sharecropper’s family. Carolers, a hot bowl of farmhouse stew by the bonfire, a keepsake ornament hand-forged by the village blacksmith, and a visit with Father Christmas and Old Befana are included in this guided tour. The cost is $15 per person and tickets will only be sold in advance, none on the night of the event. Tickets are still available for the following time slots: 5:30 pm; 6:30 pm; 7 pm, and 7:30 pm.

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