Toccoa Falls College
Toccoa Falls College is a private, nonprofit, Christian liberal arts institution located in the foothills of beautiful northeast Georgia. Established in 1907, the 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. The college works with many evangelical, Christian groups and is an affiliate college of the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination.
TFC seeks to be known as a premier Christian college that uniquely integrates biblical truth, academic excellence, and intentional spiritual formation within a caring learning community. TFC has been accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools since 1983. A variety of undergraduate and graduate degree programs and certificate programs are offered on-campus and online through the College’s four schools; the School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Christian Ministries, the School of Professional Studies and the new Fetterman School of Nursing. The total enrollment figure is just over 1,700, including undergraduate and graduate students both residential and online. The small 15:1 ratio facilitates an open door policy and excellent one-on-one advising from faculty to student.
The 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. TFC is also home to the historic Toccoa Falls waterfall which is open to visitors year-round. At 186 feet, the waterfall is taller than Niagara Falls and the tallest free-falling waterfall east of the Mississippi River.