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ABAC Scholarships

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has always prided itself on the support it offers students, ranking its scholarship program as a top institutional priority.



ABAC scholarships are awarded based on many criteria, including academic excellence, extra-curricular involvement, and leadership. Other awards take into consideration factors such as financial need and geographic location.

Incoming and current students will be considered for all ABAC scholarships by completing the ABAC Scholarship Application. It is not necessary to apply for individual ABAC scholarships separately. Once all required documentation is submitted, the College will then make selections based on the awards criteria available. Incoming and current students may apply on an ongoing basis and will be considered as long as funds are available.

Priority Deadline for Scholarship Applications is March 1, 2024.

ABAC Foundation Scholarships

The Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Foundation, Inc. is a Georgia nonprofit corporation organized in 1954 for the sole purpose of supporting the aims and objectives of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.  The charter states, “…the Foundation was organized to advance the cause of education by generally establishing and implementing programs and activities for the promotion and assistance of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, a state-assisted educational institution, her faculty and students.”

Maria Guadalupe Cervantes Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship has a separate application and a different deadline.  Please pay close attention to all instructions.  This scholarship is distinct from the endowed scholarship of the same name available through the ABAC Foundation listed above.  Georgia residents of Hispanic/Latino descent who may not qualify for State or Federal Aid may be eligible for this scholarship.  The first preference goes to high school graduates with a GPA of 2.5 or greater.  Students with GEDs will be given consideration. All applications and required documents must be submitted no later than April 30.

B. Frank Strickland Scholarship

The B. Frank Strickland Scholarship will be presented to an entering freshman or rising sophomore from a tobacco-producing county who plans to attend ABAC fall semester.  See the links below for complete guidelines and application.


For additional information, please contact:

Spencer Stewart, Director of Enrollment Management
Phone: 229-243-3017