Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is a public institution and part of the University System of Georgia. ABAC is based in Tifton, Georgia and is home to the Forest Lakes Golf Club, Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village, and the J.G. Woodroof Farm. Favored areas of study include agriculture, forestry, and wildlife and fisheries management. ABAC provides study abroad opportunities in places like Greece, Nicaragua, China, and England.
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Teachers gets hands on experience with students since there is small classes. The academic support center is great if you are having trouble in a class they have great tutors in the center.
Nicholas from Moultrie, GA
abraham baldwin agricultural college, or abac, is a great place to get a higher education. it's a big college with a small college atmosphere and in a great town. i love abac and i plan on staying to get my bachelor's degree once i finish my associate's degree.
i love abac. the teachers are great. i love their food also.
Cornelius from Sylvester, GA
Educated, Dedicated, Committed
Very committed in helping students.
The professors are very dedicated to their jobs.
If not anything else Abac makes sure their students are educated.
Shatarra from Ashburn, GA
The school is small and in a beautiful part of South Georgia where there are plenty of activities in around the community for college students, even at the school. The students are friendly and very kind as well welcoming. The faculty and staff help with any and all problems that one may encounter.
Ashlie from Martinez, GA
Great class sizes. Great atmosphere. Close knit community that encourages learning.
Ariel from Ocilla, GA
They have a very well versed education selection. The curriculum is extreme on target with the classes and each class you take teaches you something new. The staff are helpful, polite, willing to work with you and dedicated to the students.
Matthew from Tifton, GA
This College has the perfect size of classes. It permits the students to have a one-to-one relationship with the professors. I really like it here because not only are the faculty and students very social, but the campus is also really pretty.