TIFTON — Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College is set to send off more than 200 students into their futures during two fall commencement ceremonies.
Opened by ABAC President David Bridges, the two ceremonies will be held at the college in the ABAC Gressette Gymnasium at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Dec. 2, to accommodate the 222 students who will be graduating from multiple schools of the college, college officials said in a statement.
The 10 a.m. ceremony will be for the School of Nursing and Health Sciences and School of Arts and Sciences, while the 2 p.m. ceremony will feature the School of Agriculture and Natural Resources and the Stafford School of Business.
The ceremonies will include the presentation of the George P. Donaldson and ABAC Alumni Association awards.
The Donaldson award will be granted to the top associate degree graduate, and the Alumni Association award will go to the top bachelor's degree graduate, both of whom must be participating in the ceremony to be eligible for the award, college officials said.