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Honors Club

Dr. Cyndy Hall

Mission Statement

The purpose of The Honors Student Association is to provide exposure to ideas, sponsor group activities, enhance opportunities to form friendships, facilitate a forum for group discussion of ideas and opinions, and present opportunities to serve both campus and community.


Normally, membership in the Honors Program is gained through invitation from the Honors Director. Fall Semester applicants to ABAC with SAT scores of 1100 or better (combined Verbal and Math) and/or ACT composite scores of 24 or better are routinely invited to join, but other college applicants with excellent academic backgrounds may request consideration. Admission is competitive, and meeting the minimum required scores is not a guarantee of admission.

We are looking for students with diverse and unique experiences and qualities to enrich our program, and we know that test scores are not the only predictor of college success. If you believe that you can benefit from our program as well as contribute to it, but you do not meet the minimum SAT or ACT requirements, send us an application along with a personal statement and a letter of recommendation from a teacher or advisor. Both the statement and letter should address your strengths and potential contributions

Current full-time ABAC students with a minimum 3.5 grade point average may be nominated by one or more professors for membership in the program after their first semester at ABAC.

For more information about the ABAC Honors Program, please e-mail Dr. Cyndy Hall:

President: Caleb Studstill

Vice President:
Mackenzie Sirmans

President Pro Temp: Connor Dunn

Treasurer: Lindsay Partridge

Secretary: Katie Bennett

Activities Officer: Karli Lynch

Public Relations Officer: Briana Roberts and Ariel Battle