Regardless of what career path sparks the interest of an incoming student, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College at Bainbridge is prepared to nurture that passion and turn it into a reality. Students can begin their educational journey Aug. 15 when fall semester classes begins.
Bachelor’s degrees in business and nursing are conveniently offered in Bainbridge without having to transfer to another institution. For those interested in another field of study, associate degrees in a variety of subjects are also available. Upon completion of an associate degree, students can easily transfer to the ABAC at Tifton campus to complete their bachelor’s degree.
The ABAC at Tifton campus offers bachelor’s degrees in agribusiness, agricultural education, agriculture, environmental horticulture, natural resources management, biology, agricultural communication, history and government, rural community development, writing and communication, business, and nursing.
New students interested in receiving financial aid at ABAC at Bainbridge during the 2018-19 academic year should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application and verification process by the priority deadline of July 1. Students missing the deadline and paying fees out of pocket will be reimbursed all eligible funds once the FAFSA application has been received and processed for determination of eligibility of awards.
For more information regarding financial aid or degrees offered at Bainbridge, interested persons can call the Bainbridge campus at 229-243-6920.