|Church Matching Grant||$1500||Toccoa Falls College will match dollar for dollar up to $1,500 ($750 per semester) any scholarship funds given by a student’s church.(click the link on the left to view the PDF and get all the details)|
|Married Student Spouse||This grant is for the spouse of a full-time student. The grant covers the cost of one course of up to three-credit hours for audit or for credit per fall or spring semester. The grant is not available for winterim or summer school. The couple must be married prior to first-time matriculation at TFC to be eligible.|
|Christian Worker Dependent||$1000||Annual scholarship for unmarried dependents of Christian workers including unmarried dependents of currently serving pastors, currently serving full-time ministerial staff, and currently serving missionaries appointed by their denomination. Renewable by verification of status.|
State of Georgia Student Aid Programs
Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant (GTEG)
The Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant (GTEG) program provides grants to eligible Georgia residents that attend an approved private college in Georgia. Students must be U.S. citizens or classified as permanent resident aliens, as well as legal residents of Georgia, as defined by the Georgia Student Finance Authority, for a minimum of twelve consecutive months immediately preceding check-in day. Students must enroll full time in an undergraduate degree program. Certain other conditions apply. The award amount for the 2013-2014 academic year is projected at $350 per semester; $700 per school year.
Scholarship and Grant Policies
The TFC Scholarship does not require students to submit a FAFSA. However, the college encourages students to do so to maximize their potential for financial aid and to receive any funded or endowed institutional scholarships. Only full-time students are eligible for institutional financial aid, including the final semester before graduation even if students need less than a full load to complete a program. Students confirm offers of financial aid by submitting the deposit and all documents needed to complete their financial aid files.
The Director of Financial Aid is responsible for all decisions in awarding institutional financial aid. The Office of Financial Aid only considers institutional scholarships and grants after they apply all federal and state scholarships and grants to the student account. The total amount of scholarships and grants (including institutional, federal, state, and other) awarded cannot exceed the cost of tuition, room, board, and fees. The Office of Financial Aid awards institutional financial aid in two increments: half for the fall semester and half for the spring semester. The college does not award institutional aid for summer sessions. Students that have a lapse in enrollment of more than one semester forfeit all institutional scholarships and grants previously awarded.
Financial Assistance Disclosure
The Director of Financial Aid is responsible for disclosure of institutional and financial assistance information and can be contacted by writing to the following address: Director of Financial Aid, P.O. Box 800900, Toccoa Falls College, Toccoa Falls, GA 30598.