Moultrie Observer

Education

June 25, 2012

ABAC financial aid deadline July 15

TIFTON — New students who wish to receive financial aid at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College during the 2012 fall semester should complete a financial aid application by July 15.

ABAC Director of Student Financial Services Shawn Thomas said that students who turn in financial aid applications after that time may not have their financial aid processed in time for the start of the fall term on Aug. 13.

Transfer students are also eligible for financial aid from ABAC.  

Students who send in their financial aid applications after July 15 should be prepared to pay their tuition fees themselves.  They will be reimbursed for the financial aid package they qualify for once the processing is complete.  

 For more information, call (229) 391-4870 or e-mail the Office of Financial Aid at sfs@abac.edu.

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