While enrollment is dropping
at most Georgia Colleges, it's going up significantly at one South Georgia
school. Enrollment this semester at Abraham
Baldwin Agricultural College is up about 7% over last spring following a 5%
increase in the fall.
The increase comes even after their largest fall graduating class ever.
"It's terrific to look at
that list we just looked at enrollment figures from other institutions and it's
down, here we are five and a half percent up," David Bridges, President,
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.
ABAC offers associate and baccalaureate. The
college is named after Abraham Baldwin, a signer of the U.S. Constitution from
Georgia and the first president of the University of Georgia.