Toccoa Falls College

107 Kincaid Drive, Toccoa Falls, GA
4-year
Small
Christian college

About

Welcome to Toccoa Falls College! Our school is a private, nonprofit, Christian liberal arts institution located in the foothills of beautiful northeast Georgia. Established in 1907, our school’s mission is to cultivate a uniquely Christian learning community that integrates the pursuit of truth with godly character to produce graduates prepared both personally and professionally for service. A variety of undergraduate degree programs and certificate programs are offered through the College’s four schools; the School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Christian Ministries, the School of Professional Studies and our Fetterman School of Nursing. Our total enrollment figure is just over 1,700, including undergraduate and graduate students both residential and online. Our small 15:1 ratio facilitates an open door policy and excellent one-on-one advising from faculty to student. Our beautiful campus sits on 1,100-acres in the rural foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, where students and visitors to the campus can enjoy views of mountain scenery while participating in the many outdoor activities the area provides; such as rock-climbing, whitewater rafting, hiking, camping and more. TFC is also home to the historic 186 foot high Toccoa Falls waterfall. ➡️ Areas of Study – https://tfc.edu/degrees-and-programs/ ➡️ Financial Aid & Scholarship – https://tfc.edu/admissions/financial-aid/ ➡️ Visit Options – https://tfc.edu/admissions/visit-campus/ ➡️ How to Apply – https://tfc.edu/apply/ ➡️ Virtual Tour – https://tfc.edu/admissions/visit-campus/virtual-campus-visit/

Questions and Answers about Toccoa Falls College

Meka H.
10 months ago
What are the different clubs available at Toccoa Falls College?
Toccoa Falls College
Hello, Meka! We have several student led clubs and organizations at TFC. Check out this link to learn more about all the options: https://tfc.edu/campus-life/student-organization/
Sherlyn F.
1 year ago
Are Toccoa Falls College’s scholarships based on merit or financial need?
Toccoa Falls College
Hey, Sherlyn! We offer both! Our main academic scholarship is based on merit. We are award this scholarship upon acceptance and is determined by GPA and test scores. We are test optional so if you are not taking a standardized test, we will just look at GPA. We offer financial need grants at TFC as well. Once you submit your FAFSA to us we will have a better idea of what aid you might be able to receive from TFC!
Zachary G.
1 year ago
Does Toccoa Falls College offer dining options for students with dietary restrictions?
Toccoa Falls College
Hello, Zachary! Yes, we do! Our TFC culinary team provides many options for dietary restrictions and is happy to offer more options once requested!
Joshua H.
1 year ago
What are the most popular extracurricular activities that Toccoa Falls students engage in?
Toccoa Falls College
Along with Intramural sports, our Student Government Association is very popular among students. We have several student led organizations, intercollegiate sports, and a plethora of ministry opportunities as well!
Joshua H.
1 year ago
Does Toccoa Falls offer any intramural sports?
Toccoa Falls College
Hey, Joshua! Yes! We love intramurals at TFC. It seems there is always a sport being played on campus! To learn more about what we offer check out this link: https://tfc.edu/campus-life/student-activities/intramurals/
Ivanna L.
1 year ago
Where can I find information about Toccoa Falls College’s financial aid options?
Toccoa Falls College
To learn more about financial aid and the whole process check this page out: https://tfc.edu/admissions/financial-aid/
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Majors offered at Toccoa Falls College

Biggest majors
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing
Clinical, Counseling and Applied Psychology

Academics at Toccoa Falls College

960-1160
SAT Score Range
400
1600
Considered with application
19-24
ACT Score Range
1
36
Considered with application
Student Faculty Ratio
14 to 1
Selectivity
Somewhat Selective (60% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Non-profit Private 4-year institution