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Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Recognized Student Organizations

Take a look at the 60+ clubs and organizations at ABAC listed below.

Also, InsideABAC – Clubs and Organizations is a place where you can find all resources your club will need to have a successful semester. This site is for current students and advisors only, so you must log in to access this information.

Clubs & Organizations

ABAC Ambassadors

The Ambassadors are a group of students chosen to represent ABAC at a variety of functions. Ambassadors are selected at the beginning of each fall semester for their enthusiasm, premier leadership ability, and exceptional communication skills. The ABAC Ambassadors provide official campus tours, host visiting dignitaries, and assist with on-campus functions.

Adroit Creative Arts Journal-Bainbridge

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Adventurer’s Guild

Promote and organize the hobby of social gaming among ABAC students, staff, and the community.

Agri-Life

Create a community of student interested in agriculture.

Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT)

Provides interest in the profession of agricultural communication on the campus, the state and on national and international levels.

Agricultural Engineering Technology (AET) 

The official organization for students interested in agricultural equipment and technologies at ABAC.

Agripreneurs

Affiliated with the National Agri-Marketing Association and Georgia Farm Bureau to promote interest in the field of ag and applied business.

Agronomy

The ABAC Agronomy Club is affiliated with SASES, Students of Agronomy, Soils, & Environmental Sciences to promote interest and education in the field of production agriculture.

Alpha Gamma Rho

Alpha Sigma Alpha

ATOM

Helping students interested in pursuing occupations in medicine become better candidates for graduate school.

Baptist Collegiate Ministries

Encourage students with Christian fun and fellowship.

Bass Fishing

Pursuing the enhancement of the sport of bass fishing.

Bee Keepers

Spread awareness of the importance of bee keeping.

Campus Activities Board (CAB)

Any student can become a member of CAB. This club plans and administers recreational, social, cultural, and educational activities for students.

Cattlemen’s

Develop character, leadership, and fellowship among ABAC students through the promotion of the cattle industry.

Circle K International

Circle K aims to be the leading global community-service organization on college and university campuses that enriches the world one member, one child and one community at a time.

College Democrats

Organizing the participation of Democratic college students at Abraham Baldwin Agriculture College (ABAC).

College Republicans

To make known and promote the principles of the Republican Party among members of the school campus and community. 

Collegiate FFA Alumni Chapter

FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.

Criminal Justice Club

Provides assistance in career development, professional networking, and preparation for the Criminal Justice profession. 

Cultural LatinX

Unifies the ABAC community through social, cultural, and academic awareness, and to embrace individuals from different backgrounds and ethnicities.

Entrepreneurs

Engage the students of Stafford School of Business to become entrepreneurial leaders.

Forestry

Organization dedicated to the advancement of the forestry profession. 

Georgia Association of Nursing Students (GANS)

This co-curricular club will ensure the promotion of the Associate Degree Registered Nurse program at ABAC by providing an opportunity for development of leadership and service.

GSA

Actively brings students of different sexual and gender identities together by serving as a constructive medium, which encourages the campus community to explore their relationship with humanity.

Helping Professions Association

This club provides assistance in career development, professional networking and preparation for the helping profession.

History & Government

Encourages students to learn, research, and present on historic and/or political science topics as either individuals or as groups.

Horseman’s Association

The ABAC Horsemen’s Association fosters awareness of the equine industry throughout ABAC and the Tifton community.

Horticulture

The Horticulture Club provides activities in the club in accordance with the highest ethical standards of Horticulture.

Impact

Promotes and increases the involvement of minority students on ABAC’s campus as well as throughout the community.

MANRRS

Promote inclusion and advancement of members of ethnic/cultural groups in ag, natural resources and related sciences.

National Association for Music Educators (NAfME)

NAfME provides programs and activities to build a music culture on the campus of ABAC and the Tifton community.

Pegasus

ABAC’s award-winning literary magazine is issued during spring semester. Pegasus features poetry, essays, fiction, feature articles, art, and photography by ABAC students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Phi Theta Kappa

Promotes scholarship, leadership development and service, and cultivates fellowship among qualified students at ABAC.

Pre-Dental Society

Diversify the career options in the professional healthcare field at ABAC.

Pre-Vet Club

Provide monthly meetings for ABAC students interested in pursuing a career in the field of veterinary medicine with seminars presented by veterinarians among other events.

Residence Hall Association

Provides campus-wide social development, personal development, and service opportunities.

Shooting Sports

Provides the students, faculty, and staff of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, who enjoy shooting sports, a group in which to shoot. 

Sigma Alpha

Sigma Gamma Rho

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Stafford School of Business Club

This co-curricular club provides opportunities for leadership development and service both on and off campus.

STEM Affiliates

STEM provides experiences in STEM fields of study as it applies to future STEM research and careers.

Student Alumni Council

This club assists the Alumni Association of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College with programs throughout the year.

Student Government Association (SGA)

The SGA is the voice of the students at ABAC and provides many opportunities for leadership.

Student Veterans Association

The mission of the ABAC Student Veterans Organization is to serve as advocates for student veterans, in an respect, that attend Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College by providing essential information and guidance that aids in success and personal growth.  

The Stallion Newspaper

ABAC’s student newspaper has been the state’s top college newspaper in its class for more than 30 years. Members of the newspaper staff provide news, features, sports stories, entertainment, photography, cartoons, editorial comment, and advertisements relative to the ABAC locations and its people.

TriBeta

Beta beta Beta Biological Honor Society encourages scholarly attainment in this field of learning and cultivates intellectual interest in the natural sciences.

Turf

Turf club promotes interest in the field of turfgrass management and provides leadership opportunities.

Wildlife Society

The Wildlife Society provides extracurricular opportunities for the personal and career-related development of students interested in management of natural resources.  

WPLH

Operated by students, the ABAC Tifton campus radio station, WPLH, features a full-time broadcast schedule, which offers a wide variety of musical genres and styles, news, features, and other entertainment.

Young Democratic Socialists of America

Educates students on the movement for social, economic, racial, and environmental justice that is central to YDSA’s mission.

Alpha Gamma Rho

Alpha Sigma Alpha

Sigma Alpha

Sigma Gamma Rho

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Contact Information

Phone: 229.391.5130 Branch Hall, 2nd Floor
FAX: 229.391.5131 2802 Moore Hwy.
Tifton, GA  31793