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If this best describes you
  • Never attended a college or university
  • Transferring less than 30 semester hours of transferable college credit
These are required
  • Admission Application & $20 non-refundable application fee
  • Certificate of Immunization
  • Official SAT/ACT scores required for all students.  ACT school code, 0781.  SAT school code, 11675.  *After the March 2016 test date, scores will be converted using the SAT concordance table provided by College Board.  Applicants may submit scores from either the old SAT or the new SAT.
  • Official High School Transcript from an accredited high school indicating date of graduation and type of diploma.  (Send a partial now if you are still in high school and another after graduation.)
  • Official GED Scores, if applicable.  If your high school class graduated within the past five years, we also need an official copy of your high school transcript.
  • Official copy of transcripts from every institution attended since high school.  (Send a partial now if still attending and a final at the end of the last term before you enroll at ABAC.)  You will receive an evaluation of transfer credit from ABAC after your transcript is evaluated.
  • Verification of Lawful Presence for Georgia Residents/Verification of Lawful Presence for Alabama, Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee Residents

Ready to Apply: click here for application

The College will follow applicable Board of Regents policy and procedures as outlined in Section of the BOR Policy Manual, summarized as follows:

Freshman Index (FI) – admissions decisions for all degree-seeking students, as defined above, will be based on the freshman index.

High school grade point averages (HSGPA) – for the purpose of admissions, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College will compute an “admissions HSGPA” using the “HOPE” method without “weighting”.  This method includes all attempts on academic courses with no weighting for AP or IB courses.  For more information on the “HOPE” calculations see

Minimum HSGPA – students with an “admissions HSGPA” of less than 2.0 will not be admitted.

Required High School Curriculum (RHSC) – all degree-seeking students will be required to complete the USG’s Required High School Curriculum (RSHC) as defined in the aforementioned policy.  Students with more than three (3) RHSC deficiencies will not be admitted.

SAT/ACT – all degree-seeking students will be required to submit SAT or ACT scores.