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New Student Checklist

You’re In!  What’s Next?

Congratulations on your admission!  Receiving an offer of admission to ABAC is only the first step.  To keep your admission on track, you have some steps to complete.  We hope the checklist below will serve as a guide to make sure you are ready for your first semester.


Contact Information

Enrollment Services
Financial Aid
Academic Support
Resident Life / Housing
Student Accounts
Testing Center
Dean of Students
Student Development



Reserve Your Spot:
Fall – May 1
Spring – November 1
Summer – April 1
Fall – April 15
Spring – October 15
Summer – March 15


1) Immediate Steps to Complete Prior to Orientation/Class Registration

  • Access your MyABAC account by using the MyABAC Link.  This will allow you to access your Stallion Email, BannerWeb, D2L, eStallion, and submit documents for Admission and Financial Aid.


  • Complete the Financial Agreement Authorization, which is located within ABAC-Banner App via MyABAC.  Once logged into ABAC-Banner, please click the Student Financial Services tab and access the FINANCIAL AGREEMENT AUTHORIZATION.


  • Reserve your spot by completing the FAFSA or submitting the $250 tuition deposit.  (excludes Dual Enrollment and Transient Students)

To submit your deposit, you may pay by mail, phone, or in person:

By mail – 2802 Moore Highway, ABAC 42 Tifton, GA 31793.

By phone – 229-391-4999

In-person at the Cashier’s Office on the second floor of Branch Hall

In office cashiering hours: Monday – Thursday 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM and Friday 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM


  • Submit the Freshman Residency Requirement through the ABAC – Housing Portal via MyABAC.  All students must complete either the Housing Application ($235.00 application fee required) or the Housing Waiver. 


2) Actions to Complete After Orientation/Prior to First Day of Class


  • Submit remaining Admissions Documents.  Check your Stallion status on the ABAC – Banner App via MyABAC to ensure that the Office of Enrollment Services has everything to finalize your admittance.  A complete list of Admissions paperwork can be found on the Requirements Webpage.

*If you have been classified as an out-of-state resident for tuition classification purposes but believe this designation is incorrect, please review the residency policy and complete the Application for In State Tuition.


  • Submit remaining Financial Aid Documents.  Check your Stallion status on the ABAC – Banner App via MyABAC to ensure that the Office of Financial Aid has everything to finalize your financial aid status or award.


  • Complete the Orientation Survey.  The Orientation Survey will be sent to you after you attend orientation.


  • Set up Disability Accommodations (as needed).  Obtaining special accommodations in college is different than it is in high school.  If you had an IEP or 504 plan in k-12, or if you’re interested in learning more about the conditions that qualify for accommodations, please contact the Office of Student Development to discuss disability services. Please be advised that the intake process takes time, so it’s important to schedule an appointment before the start of term to ensure your accommodations are in place when classes begin.


  • Complete Part One of Haven and AlcoholEdu.

As part our comprehensive education program, ABAC requires every newly admitted student to complete Haven and AlcoholEdu. These two online courses will empower you to make well-informed decisions about issues that affect your college years and beyond.

What Is Haven?
Haven is a confidential course on healthy relationships, sexual violence, stalking, and relationship violence to help you understand sexual assault and learn about consent.

What Is AlcoholEdu?
AlcoholEdu is a confidential, science-based course that will empower you to make well-informed decisions about alcohol, prepare you to respond to risky situations, and help you reach your personal and academic goals.

IMPORTANT:  Each course is divided into two parts, so you must complete four parts total to satisfy the requirement. Students who do not complete all four sections by the 2nd deadline will receive a hold that prevents class registration for future semesters.

Students Entering in Fall

Everfi Opens on August 1st

1st Deadline – First Day of Class

Intercession – 30 days

2nd Deadline – October 1st

Students Entering in Summer

Everfi Remains Open

1st Deadline – First Day of Class

2nd Deadline – July 1

Students Entering in Spring

Everfi Remains Open

1st Deadline – First Day of Class

Intercession – 30 days

2nd Deadline – February 28

Access the Everfi App via MyABAC. Your progress will be saved automatically, so you may complete the courses in multiple sittings.

If you have already completed these courses at a previous institution, please email the Dean of Students, Bernice Hughes to discuss getting a copy of completion from that institution.