Dining

All on-campus residences are required to have a meal plan.

To apply to change your meal plan, you must complete the online Meal Plan Change Form (https://www.abac.edu/campus-life/dining-services/#Change-Meal-Plans)

Enrollment

If you are a new student with less than 30 transferable hours, you will attend New Student Orientation.  Here is more information on NSO.

If you are a transfer student, with more than 30 transferable hours, you are eligible for Fast Track Orientation.  Here is more information on Fast Track.

Visit the FAQ section on the Orientation page if you have other questions regarding Orientation.

The application on GAFutures allows you to choose your desired location

Requests for your scores to be sent to ABAC via collegeboard.org for SAT or actstudent.org for ACT.  *Please note that it will take 4-6 weeks for us to receive your scores*.  You may download a PDF report of your scores and email to admissions@abac.edu and we will use those unofficial scores to make a decision until your requested scores arrive.  

ACT (school code: 0781)/ SAT (school code: 11675)

Admissions at other ABAC sites

Yes! All new freshmen, and students with less than 30 transferable credit hours, are required to have the SAT or ACT for admission.  Students who graduated from high school more than 5 years ago are not required to submit scores.

Admission to ABAC is dependent on more than just your test scores therefore we cannot give you an exact minimum. Our average SAT score is a 500 Math and the reading score is based on the score breakdowns, 26 Reading and 25 Math. The average ACT score is 19 Math and 19 English. Our average GPA for entering freshman is a 3.0. Again, these are averages so can vary depending on each student.

Lawful Presence verifies that you are lawfully present in the US.  The FAFSA or original birth certificate will satisfy your lawful presence requirement.  If you are a Georgia Resident, you may email a picture of your driver’s license to abacinfo@abac.edu. Please do not fax your license, we cannot use that to satisfy the requirement.

 Official documentation comes in a sealed envelope directly from your high school or college.  Unofficial documentation has been faxed in or submitted by the student and not directly from the previous institution.

Official High School Transcript:  Send electronically via GAFutures.org.  Mail to Office of Enrollment Management, ABAC 4, 2802 Moore Hwy. Tifton, GA 31793.

 

Official College Transcript:  Send electronically via e-script to registrar@abac.edu.  Mail to Office of Enrollment Management, ABAC 4, 2802 Moore Hwy. Tifton, GA 31793.  *The Office of Enrollment Management will not accept a faxed copy of a college transcript.*

Banner is the online system that stores student information.  It is the application students use to register for classes, view grades, get specific information on each semester’s financial aid and costs.  Students use an assigned ID number to log in.  All of ABAC’s Banner ID numbers begin with 918, for example, 918123456.

Use the link below to view a video to see any academic holds you may have on your Banner account.  (Make sure volume on your device is on).

 

https://stallionsabac.sharepoint.com/:v:/s/Resources/Efiok_JbSS9Dhk66Y3HyB_oBAHI2LJHPNTafnMSyJcCZTg?e=DhtZDm

View the video below for steps to complete your financial agreement authorization.   (Make sure volume on your device is on).

 

https://stallionsabac.sharepoint.com/:v:/s/Resources/EaVVfyh_dVRDksjNC02Z4QIBO9ymXz7WyNFSdZXI47OVJw?e=K3ozxr

Use the link below to view a video to see any financial holds you may have on your Banner account.  (Make sure volume on your device is on).

 

https://stallionsabac.sharepoint.com/:v:/s/Resources/EcD1skoaZCBHpIgn0i6z73UB4IIETjWVNQAFpPbqpI5Rwg?e=NVMeHb

Financial Aid

Yes, financial aid will apply towards housing charge but not your application fee. Housing charges can only be paid by financial aid after tuition and fees are covered. Check with financial aid to see if you are receiving enough financial aid to pay for your fees. Remember to meet the financial aid deadline of July 15 to prevent complications at move-in.

Yes, the financial aid year is from fall to summer semester and requires a new FAFSA before each fall semester.  The 2019-20 FAFSA became available October 1, 2018, using 2017 tax information.

No.  Due to federal guidelines, you could be selected to provide further documentation.  Check your ABAC email for communication on additional requirements.

Verification is the process used to check the accuracy of the information provided by the student applicant and family when applying for Federal Student Aid. ABAC uses School Servicing Center to streamline the verification process for students. If selected for verification, you will receive an email from the School Servicing Center with instructions on what you need to do to complete the process. You must complete the verification process in order for the ABAC Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility for federal aid for the award year 2019-20.

If you have not completed a FAFSA, paid $500 toward your tuition and fees, or set-up a Nelnet payment plan, your schedule will be dropped and a hold will be placed on your account.  You can re-register once you have completed one of the tasks presented in the previous sentence.

May 1 is the deadline to complete the FAFSA or pay a $250 tuition deposit.  Completing one of these two tasks will secure your seat and will allow you to be assigned an orientation date.  You will receive an earlier orientation and registration date by completing this requirement early.  Note: this requirement excludes dual enrollment and transient students.

As a general rule of thumb, refunds are issued 30 days into the semester. The first fall refund checks are issued around mid-September.

 

For more precise information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts Please make sure to designate your excess balance refund selection by completing the following:

 

1. Log in to MyABAC portal by navigating to www.abac.edu/myabac.

2. Once logged in, click on the Banner icon.

3. Under the Student Financial Services tab, click the BankMobile link to select your refund delivery preference

ABAC has a number of scholarships available for both current and incoming students.  Information on scholarships can be found at http://www.abac.edu/funding-my-education/scholarships.  To apply, complete the online scholarship application.

Banner is the online system that stores student information.  It is the application students use to register for classes, view grades, get specific information on each semester’s financial aid and costs.  Students use an assigned ID number to log in.  All of ABAC’s Banner ID numbers begin with 918, for example, 918123456.

Every U.S. male who turns 18 is required to sign up for Selective Service Registration. For more information, you can visit www.sss.gov.  In order to be eligible for federal aid, you must be registered with Selective Service.

After you have registered, be sure to send us a copy of the confirmation letter so that this requirement can be satisfied on your account.  All requirements have to be satisfied before we can post awards to your account.

View the video below for steps to complete your financial agreement authorization.   (Make sure volume on your device is on).

 

https://stallionsabac.sharepoint.com/:v:/s/Resources/EaVVfyh_dVRDksjNC02Z4QIBO9ymXz7WyNFSdZXI47OVJw?e=K3ozxr

Use the link below to view a video to see any financial holds you may have on your Banner account.  (Make sure volume on your device is on).

 

https://stallionsabac.sharepoint.com/:v:/s/Resources/EcD1skoaZCBHpIgn0i6z73UB4IIETjWVNQAFpPbqpI5Rwg?e=NVMeHb

Funding

Yes, all residents must purchase a meal plan.

Students contract for housing for the entire academic year. This amount is payable in two installments, one at the beginning of fall and the other at the beginning of spring semester. Housing during the summer term is extra. Housing fees include a room, furnishings, and all utilities. Students may contact Student Financial Services to discuss the Nelnet payment options.

Yes, financial aid will apply towards housing charge but not your application fee. Housing charges can only be paid by financial aid after tuition and fees are covered. Check with financial aid to see if you are receiving enough financial aid to pay for your fees. Remember to meet the financial aid deadline of July 15 to prevent complications at move-in.

Yes, the financial aid year is from fall to summer semester and requires a new FAFSA before each fall semester.  The 2019-20 FAFSA became available October 1, 2018, using 2017 tax information.

No.  Due to federal guidelines, you could be selected to provide further documentation.  Check your ABAC email for communication on additional requirements.

Verification is the process used to check the accuracy of the information provided by the student applicant and family when applying for Federal Student Aid. ABAC uses School Servicing Center to streamline the verification process for students. If selected for verification, you will receive an email from the School Servicing Center with instructions on what you need to do to complete the process. You must complete the verification process in order for the ABAC Financial Aid Office to determine your eligibility for federal aid for the award year 2019-20.

If you have not completed a FAFSA, paid $500 toward your tuition and fees, or set-up a Nelnet payment plan, your schedule will be dropped and a hold will be placed on your account.  You can re-register once you have completed one of the tasks presented in the previous sentence.

May 1 is the deadline to complete the FAFSA or pay a $250 tuition deposit.  Completing one of these two tasks will secure your seat and will allow you to be assigned an orientation date.  You will receive an earlier orientation and registration date by completing this requirement early.  Note: this requirement excludes dual enrollment and transient students.

Visit www.abac.edu/myabac and log in.  Then click on the eStallion app.  Statements are issued on the first of each month for any students with outstanding balances. 

As a general rule of thumb, refunds are issued 30 days into the semester. The first fall refund checks are issued around mid-September.

 

For more precise information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts Please make sure to designate your excess balance refund selection by completing the following:

 

1. Log in to MyABAC portal by navigating to www.abac.edu/myabac.

2. Once logged in, click on the Banner icon.

3. Under the Student Financial Services tab, click the BankMobile link to select your refund delivery preference

ABAC has a number of scholarships available for both current and incoming students.  Information on scholarships can be found at http://www.abac.edu/funding-my-education/scholarships.  To apply, complete the online scholarship application.

Banner is the online system that stores student information.  It is the application students use to register for classes, view grades, get specific information on each semester’s financial aid and costs.  Students use an assigned ID number to log in.  All of ABAC’s Banner ID numbers begin with 918, for example, 918123456.

Every U.S. male who turns 18 is required to sign up for Selective Service Registration. For more information, you can visit www.sss.gov.  In order to be eligible for federal aid, you must be registered with Selective Service.

After you have registered, be sure to send us a copy of the confirmation letter so that this requirement can be satisfied on your account.  All requirements have to be satisfied before we can post awards to your account.

Out of state tuition wavier (Neighbor Waivers, Presidential Waivers, Academic Common Market Waivers) are applied after the current term has concluded and all grades have been posted.   For Fall term, Summer term must conclude and grades be posted before Fall waivers can be applied.  For more precise information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts https://www.abac.edu/funding/student-accounts/#InsideABAC-Student-Accounts

eStallion is the financial hub of Banner. our Student Information System.  It allows for you to review your charges and payments from your student account in detail.  All billing is done electronically through eStallion.  Online payments are made and processed through eStallion.

You may access eStallion directly from the myABAC portal or through the Banner app by clicking on the eStallion link under the Student Financial Services tab.

Nelnet is a payment plan that is offered every semester at ABAC.  Nelnet is a third party that we have contracted with to manage our payment plans.

To sign up for the Nelnet Payment Plan:

      1. Log in to MyABAC at http://www.abac.edu/myabac
      2. Select ABAC – Banner app
      3. Click on the Student Financial Services tab
      4. Next click Nelnet and the term you are working on
      5. Click the eCashier button at the bottom of the page

All on-campus residences are required to have a meal plan.

To apply to change your meal plan, you must complete the online Meal Plan Change Form (https://www.abac.edu/campus-life/dining-services/#Change-Meal-Plans)

A student can request a waiver at https://studentcenter.uhcsr.com/abac.  Waivers must be requested each and every semester and should be requested within the first thirty days of class.  For more information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts https://www.abac.edu/funding/student-accounts/#InsideABAC-Student-Accounts.

Students who are not requesting a waiver should enroll in the insurance plan within the first thirty days of class by clicking on Enrollment Form here:  https://studentcenter.uhcsr.com/abac.  After completing the Enrollment Form, students are able to set up an account here:  https://www.uhcsr.com/abac.  After an account is set up, the student will have the option of printing an insurance card.

If a student does not enroll within thirty days or is not approved for a waiver, ABAC will enroll him/her to the program and an insurance card will be mailed to each student.  For more information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts https://www.abac.edu/funding/student-accounts/#InsideABAC-Student-Accounts.

Please visit the Residence Life and Housing website for current housing/rent costs:  https://www.abac.edu/campus-life/residence-life-and-housing/#Housing-Rates

The student contract for housing covers fall and spring semesters. This amount is payable in two installments, one at the beginning of fall semester and the other at the beginning of spring semester.  Housing during the summer term is extra.  Housing fees include a room, furnishings, and all utilities. Students may contact the Office of Student Accounts to discuss the Nelnet payment options.

General

ABAC is a tobacco free campus. No smoking or smokeless tobacco use is permitted on campus.

The hours of operation are Monday-Thursday, 8 am-5:30 pm and Fridays 8 am-3 pm.

Banner is the online system that stores student information.  It is the application students use to register for classes, view grades, get specific information on each semester’s financial aid and costs.  Students use an assigned ID number to log in.  All of ABAC’s Banner ID numbers begin with 918, for example, 918123456.

Housing

You must be enrolled at ABAC and maintain a minimum of 12 credit hours (3 credit hours in the summer), unless otherwise approved by the Director of Residence Life.

There is no official housing deadline, but housing assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority housing application runs through April 1st and early housing application is April 2 through July 1. Applying for housing during priority application gives you the best chance to receive a private room or the most affordable room options. Applying during early application gives you the opportunity to request special accommodations and maximizes your chance to receive requested roommates. Lakeside and housing for Upperclassmen are the first to fill. Freshmen must apply for housing or request an exemption from housing prior to attending the advising and registration days.

There is a $235 nonrefundable housing application fee. This is not a deposit and does not apply to any housing costs. This must be paid up front. Financial aid will not cover the application fee.

No, the housing application fee is non-refundable.

Living on campus provides many opportunities for positive student development and learning. First-year students, in particular, benefit from the supportive environment of the on-campus community. For this reason ABAC requires all freshmen who have earned fewer than 30 semester hours of collegiate level credit after high school graduation and have not satisfied Learning Support requirements to live on campus. Freshmen must live on campus unless they are commuting from a parent’s, guardian’s, or grandparent’s home within a 50-mile commuting distance.

First-time entering freshmen are assigned to Lakeside until all suites have been filled. Once Lakeside has been filled, freshmen will be assigned to ABAC Place at a higher room rate. Upperclassmen will be assigned to ABAC Place.

(Fall 2019) First-time entering freshmen will move in on Thursday and Friday, August 8th and 9th by appointment. For students who are attending the August 9th Advising and Registration day, they may move in on Friday, August 9 after he/she has completed advising and registration All students must have completed an Advising and Registration day before moving into his/her housing assignment. All students must be registered for classes and have paid their accounts in full or have sufficient awarded financial aid prior to moving into housing. (Students only need to pay accounts in full; proof of payment will be provided by ABAC Residence Life & Housing). Returning students may begin moving in on Sunday, August 11 and continue through August 13, the first day of classes. All offices other than Residence Life & Housing will be closed on the weekend and students needing to speak with any other office should plan to move in on Monday or Tuesday, August 12 and 13.

Suggested Move-In Times:
For Freshmen:

Thursday, August 8: By Appointment

Friday, August 9: BY Appointment

For Upperclassmen:

Sunday, August 12 : 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Monday, August 13 : 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Tuesday, August 14: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Yes, all residents must purchase a meal plan.

Students contract for housing for the entire academic year. This amount is payable in two installments, one at the beginning of fall and the other at the beginning of spring semester. Housing during the summer term is extra. Housing fees include a room, furnishings, and all utilities. Students may contact Student Financial Services to discuss the Nelnet payment options.

Yes, financial aid will apply towards housing charge but not your application fee. Housing charges can only be paid by financial aid after tuition and fees are covered. Check with financial aid to see if you are receiving enough financial aid to pay for your fees. Remember to meet the financial aid deadline of July 15 to prevent complications at move-in.

All housing fees are due in full at the fee payment deadline prior to the start of each semester.

ABAC Place and Lakeside is equipped with wireless internet throughout the buildings. Personal wireless routers are only allowed with special permission.

Yes, students who live on campus are obligated to stay on campus both fall and spring semesters. Students who move on campus in the spring or summer are required to live on campus for that one semester only. The only exemption for this is graduation and medical withdrawal.

Can I choose my own roommates? Roommates are assigned based on the responses to the roommate preference section of the housing application. Students may request specific roommates, but the requests must be mutual, arrive at approximately the same time, and be requested prior to June 1st.

Unfortunately, family housing is not available at this time.

No, apartments and suites are not co-ed. Hallways are co-ed for both freshmen and upperclassmen. Freshmen may request a single-gender hallway at Lakeside.

Freshmen are not allowed to have overnight guests. Students living in ABAC Place may have overnight guests for no longer than six nights per month or three consecutive nights, and each roommate must agree to the overnight guest. Residents are held responsible for their guests at all times.

Yes, freshmen may have cars on campus. However, Lakeside residents may only park within the Lakeside parking lot from 7:00 am until 5:30 pm. ABAC Place residents may not park in the Lakeside parking lot between 7:00 am and 5:30 pm. After 5:30 pm, students may park in any student assigned parking lot.

Fish, and solely aquatic small amphibians in a ten-gallon or less aquarium are the only pets allowed within the residence halls.

Prior to moving in, students must contact the Assignments Coordinator in writing. Once a student has moved in, all room changes must be initiated through the student’s Area Coordinator. Room changes not approved by the Area Coordinator will result in a $150 room change fee.

Students may not move from one building to another unless special permission has been granted by the Director of Residence Life.

The use of finishing nails, tacks, and putty that will not pull the paint off or discolor the walls may be used. See the Guide to Residential Living for more information.

ABAC is a tobacco free campus. No smoking or smokeless tobacco use is permitted on campus.

(There is no curfew for ABAC residents, although the visitation hours for freshmen are from 8:00am to 2:00am.) Also, remember that staying up too late may negatively affect student success.

Housing is open during fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and spring breaks.  There is an additional fee for housing during the Christmas break. All students must move-out between spring and summer and between summer and fall semesters.  Students may sign up for May housing to stay during the break between spring and summer.  There is no housing available between summer and fall semesters.

The apartments are staffed by 35 Community Assistants, four 24-hour live-in professional staff members, as well as administrative, support, and maintenance personnel staff members.

Students may bring their own furniture.  However, no ABAC furniture may be removed from the room and all furniture must be deemed safe by ABAC Student Life & Housing staff.

No, a full size refrigerator is provided for each apartment.  Special permission must be granted by the Director of Housing for mini-fridges which are allowed for medical and dietary reasons.

All candles are strictly prohibited, with or without a wick.  Possession of candles carries a strict penalty as fire safety is a primary concern in buildings that house 500 students in such close proximity.

All apartments are cleaned professionally during the summer semester.  During the year students are expected to maintain their apartments. Health and Safety Inspections will be conducted twice each semester to ensure proper health and safety standards are being met.  A cleaning fee may be assessed for excessively dirty apartments.

ABAC does not insure personal property, nor is it liable for any damaged or stolen property.  All students residing on campus are strongly encouraged to provide their own insurance through a renter’s policy or their parent’s home owner’s insurance.  One option is NSSI; the company specializes in personal property insurance for college students.  See https://www.nssi.com/marketing/NSSIBoxStyleEmailBrochure.pdf

Yes, Health and Safety Inspections are conducted for health and safety twice each semester.  A fire safety inspection will also be conducted during the semester.  CAs will be looking for basic safety and cleanliness issues during these inspections, not spotless rooms, although spotless rooms are always appreciated by the Housing staff as well as your roommates.

No, telephone lines are not provided in each individual apartment although students may have a line activated at their own cost through AT&T.  Emergency telephones are located outside and throughout the building.

All on-campus residences are required to have a meal plan.

To apply to change your meal plan, you must complete the online Meal Plan Change Form (https://www.abac.edu/campus-life/dining-services/#Change-Meal-Plans)

Please visit the Residence Life and Housing website for current housing/rent costs:  https://www.abac.edu/campus-life/residence-life-and-housing/#Housing-Rates

The student contract for housing covers fall and spring semesters. This amount is payable in two installments, one at the beginning of fall semester and the other at the beginning of spring semester.  Housing during the summer term is extra.  Housing fees include a room, furnishings, and all utilities. Students may contact the Office of Student Accounts to discuss the Nelnet payment options.

Orientation

If you are a new student with less than 30 transferable hours, you will attend New Student Orientation.  Here is more information on NSO.

If you are a transfer student, with more than 30 transferable hours, you are eligible for Fast Track Orientation.  Here is more information on Fast Track.

Visit the FAQ section on the Orientation page if you have other questions regarding Orientation.

Scholarships

ABAC has a number of scholarships available for both current and incoming students.  Information on scholarships can be found at http://www.abac.edu/funding-my-education/scholarships.  To apply, complete the online scholarship application.

Student Accounts

No, the housing application fee is non-refundable.

Yes, financial aid will apply towards housing charge but not your application fee. Housing charges can only be paid by financial aid after tuition and fees are covered. Check with financial aid to see if you are receiving enough financial aid to pay for your fees. Remember to meet the financial aid deadline of July 15 to prevent complications at move-in.

If you have not completed a FAFSA, paid $500 toward your tuition and fees, or set-up a Nelnet payment plan, your schedule will be dropped and a hold will be placed on your account.  You can re-register once you have completed one of the tasks presented in the previous sentence.

May 1 is the deadline to complete the FAFSA or pay a $250 tuition deposit.  Completing one of these two tasks will secure your seat and will allow you to be assigned an orientation date.  You will receive an earlier orientation and registration date by completing this requirement early.  Note: this requirement excludes dual enrollment and transient students.

Visit www.abac.edu/myabac and log in.  Then click on the eStallion app.  Statements are issued on the first of each month for any students with outstanding balances. 

As a general rule of thumb, refunds are issued 30 days into the semester. The first fall refund checks are issued around mid-September.

 

For more precise information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts Please make sure to designate your excess balance refund selection by completing the following:

 

1. Log in to MyABAC portal by navigating to www.abac.edu/myabac.

2. Once logged in, click on the Banner icon.

3. Under the Student Financial Services tab, click the BankMobile link to select your refund delivery preference

Banner is the online system that stores student information.  It is the application students use to register for classes, view grades, get specific information on each semester’s financial aid and costs.  Students use an assigned ID number to log in.  All of ABAC’s Banner ID numbers begin with 918, for example, 918123456.

Out of state tuition wavier (Neighbor Waivers, Presidential Waivers, Academic Common Market Waivers) are applied after the current term has concluded and all grades have been posted.   For Fall term, Summer term must conclude and grades be posted before Fall waivers can be applied.  For more precise information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts https://www.abac.edu/funding/student-accounts/#InsideABAC-Student-Accounts

eStallion is the financial hub of Banner. our Student Information System.  It allows for you to review your charges and payments from your student account in detail.  All billing is done electronically through eStallion.  Online payments are made and processed through eStallion.

You may access eStallion directly from the myABAC portal or through the Banner app by clicking on the eStallion link under the Student Financial Services tab.

Nelnet is a payment plan that is offered every semester at ABAC.  Nelnet is a third party that we have contracted with to manage our payment plans.

To sign up for the Nelnet Payment Plan:

      1. Log in to MyABAC at http://www.abac.edu/myabac
      2. Select ABAC – Banner app
      3. Click on the Student Financial Services tab
      4. Next click Nelnet and the term you are working on
      5. Click the eCashier button at the bottom of the page

All on-campus residences are required to have a meal plan.

To apply to change your meal plan, you must complete the online Meal Plan Change Form (https://www.abac.edu/campus-life/dining-services/#Change-Meal-Plans)

A student can request a waiver at https://studentcenter.uhcsr.com/abac.  Waivers must be requested each and every semester and should be requested within the first thirty days of class.  For more information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts https://www.abac.edu/funding/student-accounts/#InsideABAC-Student-Accounts.

Students who are not requesting a waiver should enroll in the insurance plan within the first thirty days of class by clicking on Enrollment Form here:  https://studentcenter.uhcsr.com/abac.  After completing the Enrollment Form, students are able to set up an account here:  https://www.uhcsr.com/abac.  After an account is set up, the student will have the option of printing an insurance card.

If a student does not enroll within thirty days or is not approved for a waiver, ABAC will enroll him/her to the program and an insurance card will be mailed to each student.  For more information, please visit Inside ABAC – Student Accounts https://www.abac.edu/funding/student-accounts/#InsideABAC-Student-Accounts.

Use the link below to view a video to see any financial holds you may have on your Banner account.  (Make sure volume on your device is on).

 

https://stallionsabac.sharepoint.com/:v:/s/Resources/EcD1skoaZCBHpIgn0i6z73UB4IIETjWVNQAFpPbqpI5Rwg?e=NVMeHb

Technology

Please visit this link and complete the requested information to obtain your student ID (918#) and your email address.

Please visit this link to find a Guide on how to reset your password.

Please visit this link to find a Guide on how to submit a technical request/ticket to Tech Support.

Yes! You can access a free download inside your student email in Office 365 through the MyABAC portal.  When prompted, you’ll need to use your ABAC email and password to log into the Microsoft Office Suite.

As an added security measure, you will be prompted to enter a form of authentication (a non-ABAC email, a telephone number, answer security question) to allow you to reset your password from the email log in page.

Your Banner account user name and PIN are now (effective July 22, 2017) the same as your MyABAC user name and password. To access Banner, please log in to MyABAC and click the Banner icon.

Your e-Stallions account is now accessed through MyABAC.  Please log in to MyABAC, click on the e-Stallions icon.

Students cannot log in to GeorgiaView until the day classes start. Your GeorgiaView account user name and password are now (effective July 22, 2017) the same as your MyABAC user name and password.  Log into MyABAC and click the GeorgiaView icon.

Any Windows 10 computer with at least: a 500GB hard drive and 8GB of RAM (or higher) is recommended.

Mac/OSX is not supported at this time, and we cannot guarantee compatibility with all core class software or other requirements for individual classes, Windows Parallels, or other Virtual Machines that may be needed for ABAC software compatibility.

Alternative Operating Systems such as Chrome OS (Chromebooks) and Linux operating systems are not recommended as your only computing device or as the software that your classes may require.  The print solution provided by ABAC does, however, support all these operating systems.

Transcripts

Official High School Transcript:  Send electronically via GAFutures.org.  Mail to Office of Enrollment Management, ABAC 4, 2802 Moore Hwy. Tifton, GA 31793.

 

Official College Transcript:  Send electronically via e-script to registrar@abac.edu.  Mail to Office of Enrollment Management, ABAC 4, 2802 Moore Hwy. Tifton, GA 31793.  *The Office of Enrollment Management will not accept a faxed copy of a college transcript.*

There are two ways to order a transcript.

1.  Login to Banner, Student Academic Records and Financial Services, Student Academic Records, Order Official Transcript. If you attended before 1996, please use option 2 below.

  • If you use this method, it will autofill some of your information.

-OR-

2.  Complete the online order.

  • If you using Internet Explorer 9, the site will not load. Please use a newer or different browser.
  • You must provide either your ABAC Student ID or your SSN to place an order. Forgot your ABAC Student ID?
  • If you attended before 1996, please provide your SSN.
  • You will receive email confirmations of your order, its status, and any issues that may need your attention.
  • If you are uncomfortable placing an order over the Internet, you can call Credentials Inc. at 847-716-3005 to place your transcript request. There is an additional operator surcharge for placing orders over the telephone.
  • You can check the status of your order at any time.