Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

Tuition Costs and Other Expenses

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is public, 4 year or high located in Tifton, Georgia. Next tables summarize the 2016-2017 tuition costs and estimated next academic year costs.
Undergraduate Credit Per Hour
For academic year 2016-2017, the undergraduate tuition & fees at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is $3,453 for in-state and $10,060 for out-of-state students.
Tuition & Fees Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College 2016-2017 Academic Year (Undergraduate)
YearIn-StateOut-of-StateON Campus Room & Board
2015-2016$3,394 $9,839$11,040
2016-2017$3,453$10,060$7,372
Change % 2016-20171.74%2.25%-33.22%
2017-2018$3,513$10,286$4,923
***The estimated 2017-2018 costs are based on the costs change rate of last year.
Below table describes the the cost per credit hour for part-time students and full-time students who take additional courses more than regular credit hours.
Per Credit Hour Charge At Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (2015-2016)
In-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$100$368
Average living costs including room, board, and other expenses is $10,572 for students living on campus (dormitory or apartment possessed by the school) Average living costs is $6,400 for students living off campus. On-campus living costs increased by 0.77% from the previous year. Off-campus living costs increased by 1.16% from the previous year.
For changes and detail tuition information, check various costs and trends charts for the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College below.
Tuition & Fees | Financial Aids
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College 2017 Tuition Overview
In-StateOut-of-State
Tuition and FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs Tuition & FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Undergraduate$3,453$1,000 $10,572$10,060$1,000 $10,572
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