TIFTON—Dr. Tracy Brundage, the new Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College president, will be the featured speaker at the annual ABAC Freshman Convocation on Aug. 13.
ABAC Leadership and Engagement Coordinator Trent Hester said ABAC student Ivey Cook, an Agricultural Education major from Ty Ty, will also speak at the event, which will be held in front of Tift Hall.
“Our freshmen will walk from ABAC Lakeside to the front of campus with the bells ringing from the Chapel in the background,” Hester said. “We’re looking forward to an impressive event that begins the careers of the Class of 2026.”
Brundage, who took office on Aug. 1, will speak to the freshmen about making the most of their college careers. Cook will speak briefly on the history of ABAC.
“Ivey will focus on the achievements of ABAC in the past, and President Brundage will paint a vision of the future for these students,” Hester said.
Fall semester classes begin at ABAC on Aug. 15.