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Multicultural Education

Our mission and passion are to be effective advocates for academic success and personal growth among underrepresented students and foster diversity on campus and in the community.

The following programs support the efforts of the Office of Multicultural Educational Programs.

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) supports the enrollment, success, and retention of students from migrant or seasonal farmworker backgrounds.

High School Equivalency Program (HEP) supports students in preparing for a GED diploma.

Migrant Education Program (MEP) supports students’ academic success from migrant farmworker backgrounds at the K-12 level.

Upward Bound (UB) supports the academic preparation of students in pre-college to facilitate college enrollment and success.

The Goizueta Scholarship is aimed at enrolling, retaining, and graduating Hispanic/Latino students.

Meet Our Alumni

Armando Garcia

Armando Garcia

For me, CAMP is a family. You get attached to people you didn’t know. Y’all get along well, y’all all have the same goal, and that is to be successful in life. There are people willing to help you, and they offer a lot of help so you won’t be alone.
Carolina Garcia

Carolina Garcia

CAMP helped me in so many ways during my first year of college by providing me with support and mentorship. CAMP will help you establish many networks and community support that will impact your first year here at ABAC and after.
Saul Andrade

Saul Andrade

Coming into CAMP was a blessing to me! I was able to experience my freshman year at ABAC! I benefited from the help that CAMP provided me with mentors who were there when I  needed them. One of the best parts was meeting new people and becoming very close to them.

Contact Information

Branch Hall | Third Floor
2802 Moore Hwy. | ABAC 22
Tifton, GA  31793