Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

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  • Address: 2802 Moore Hwy, Tifton, GA 31793, USA, United States
  • Timings: 08:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-2293915001
  • Tags: Educational Site, Family And Kids

As the name suggests, the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is an agricultural college located in the town of Tifton in Georgia. Named after Abraham Baldwin, a signer of the United States Constitution from Georgia, this college offers baccalaureate and associate degrees. Established in 1908, this college is one of the few colleges to have an open-air classroom.

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  • Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Address: 2802 Moore Hwy, Tifton, GA 31793, USA, United States
  • Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Contact Number: +1-2293915001
  • Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Timing: 08:00 am - 05:30 pm
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Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Reviews & Ratings

  • The Financial Aid department needs to do better with explaining how the process works. They tell you LITTLE BY LITTLE what you need to do in order to be able to receive financial aid, it’s ridiculous. They acted like nobody trained them before working there. Because of that, I wasn’t even able to receive financial aid. That’s one problem with ABAC. Another issue is the bookstore supervisor, Tracy. She doesn’t genuinely care about students at all. If there’s a problem with a book or cap n gown, she’ll make excuses as to why she thinks you don’t deserve the problem to be fixed. She definitely doesn’t believe in giving refunds, obviously because it’s a personal problem for her. Students have nothing to do with the supervisor losing money, or whatever the case may be. What I did was speak with the dean to resolve the issue. I suggest you do the same, whenever you have someone take advantage of their position by acting unprofessional/ugly towards you.

  • Nice small campus, nice small college, brought back memories,...golden stallions

  • I'm 13, my mother used to work at the cafeteria and it seems pretty cool. They have homes and its pretty big out there too. I'm looking forward in going there when I'm older.

  • ABAC = STAY BACK......unless you want a quality education that you have to earn and that you can't buy or sweet talk your way through. Professors give back what you put in. Don't go to this school unless you're ready to become an adult.

  • I attended ABAC for a brief period to try something new, after I already have a Criminal Justice degree, about six months ago. And it was my understanding that when you go to the book store anything you purchase gets charged to the student account. You then can borrow loans from the state to pay for this account which I did. Six months after I stopped going to ABAC I get an email saying there was a hold on my account. So I called The financial aid staff and talked to what sounded like an older lady. I asked why I had a hold of $99 and some change. She said when I stopped going to ABAC there was a refund of $99 that I spent at the book store so it was charged to my account. I was confused because I figured my loans would have paid for it and then I just pay my loans off. I also looked up my loan account and didn’t see a change in them. All I asked her to do on the phone was explain it a little better when she tells me “You are not entitled to $99”. That infuriates me when someone accuses me of being entitled because my whole I work for everything I had. I have paid for everything myself out of my own pocket since high school. My own first college degree was straight cash. And for this lady to accuse me of thinking I’m just an entitled kid is totally unprofessional when all I’m asking for is a little explanation. She obviously can’t explain it that well. The staff at this school is not like staff at other colleges I’ve attended, just rude and inconsiderate. I do not recommend this school to anyone, they will do anything to get an extra $99 from you because apparently ABAC really needs the money.

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