Tuition and Fees

ABOUT Tuition and Fees

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College has been designated a Best Value School by University Research & Review (UR&R) for the fourth consecutive year.  Only six colleges in the state of Georgia received this distinction this year.  UR&R Founder Joseph Schmoke:   “We hope current students and alumni take pride in the honor and anyone searching for a quality, reasonably priced college education strongly considers Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.”

The estimated cost of attendance shown below includes figures which are estimated by the The College Board.   All tuition, fees, or other charges are subject to change at the end of any academic term.

Estimated Annual Cost of Attendance 

Tuition and fees:  $4,206 in-state tuition; $12,838 out-of-state tuition
(Based on Fall 2019 and Spring 2020, new student tuition and fees of $2,103 each term for 15 credit hours)

Housing:  $6,346
(Based on the average of ABAC Place and Lakeside apartment costs for 10–month 2-semester lease)

Meals:  $3,090
(Based on freshman meal plan for Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 ($1,545 per semester))

Personal Expenses:  $1,800
(Based on The College Board estimates and adjusted for region)

Transportation:  $900
(Based on The College Board estimates and adjusted for region)

Books:  $1,600
(Based on $800 per term; science and nursing textbooks increase costs)

Estimated In-State Total:  $17,942

ABAC Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fee tables are provided for both the current 2018-2019 academic year ending Summer 2019 and the upcoming 2019-2020 academic year.