The Honors Program is designed to help intellectually talented and strongly motivated students gain the most rewarding college experience possible. Challenging courses and engaging professors place honors students on a path toward academic and professional success. Admission to the program is competitive and is gained through submitting the online application below or through invitation from the Honors Program directors.
ABOUT Honors Program
In order to be considered for the ABAC Honors Program, a student must have:
- High School GPA 3.5 or above
- SAT/ACT scores that meet our standard, plus at least a 3.0 High School GPA
- SAT total of 1170 on the math and the evidence-based reading and writing
- ACT Composite score of 24 or better
Benefits of the Honors Program
- Honors Lounge: a private lounge for studying and socializing at the Tifton site.
- Housing: the Tifton site offers a special wing in the Lakeside dorm for honors students to live and learn together.
- Priority Registration: all honors program students receive priority I registration.
- Conference Opportunities: students are encouraged to submit proposals for state, regional, national, and professional conferences.
- Special Events: educational trips, guest speakers, and film events offer honors students learning opportunities outside the classroom.
- Recognition: special recognition is given to honors students at the college’s annual Honors Day program and at the graduation ceremony.
Who can answer my questions?
The ABAC Honors Program is offered on both the main campus in Tifton and the instructional site in Bainbridge.
Dr. Cyndy Hall
Dr. Dave Nelson