Dr. Robert M. Myers currently serves as the President of Toccoa Falls College. TFC is recognized for excellence by groups such as U.S. News and World Report, The Princeton Review, and Christian Colleges of Distinction. 

Since 1907, TFC's motto has been "Developing Character With Intellect". Dr. Myers frequently speaks and writes about the elements of Godly character and the Christian worldview.  He is also a regular blogger for The Huffington Post and publishes a weekly blog at robertmmyers.net. He can be viewed on Vimeo, and you can follow him on Facebook (Robert Myers) or Twitter (@robertmmyers). 

Dr. Myers has served as a manuscript reviewer for the Academy of Management (Management History Division), a textbook reviewer for McGraw-Hill, and has been published in a variety of journals such as Informatica, Management Decision, The Journal of the Association of Marketing Educators, Florida Banker, and the proceedings of many national and international conferences.

Dr. Myers has always been active in his local community serving on numerous corporate boards including the Cherokee Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Palm Beach County, the Treasure Coast of Florida, Inc., International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, the American Red Cross, and the Toccoa/Stephens County Chamber of Commerce, as well as other organizations.

Dr. Myers has served in Christian higher education for twenty years. During that time he has served as a faculty member, Dean of a School of Business, and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. Myers is married to Cheri and they have two children, Joshua and Joy.

B.S. – Information Systems Management, University of Maryland
M.B.A. – Palm Beach Atlantic University
D.B.A. – Nova Southeastern University



Dr. Brian Shelton advanced from theology professor to dean of the School of Christian Ministries, and he serves now as the chief academic officer of the college. He received a B.A. in biology from Asbury University, the M.Div. from Covenant Theological Seminary, and the Ph.D. in historical theology from Saint Louis University.

A Virginia native, Brian grew up in southeastern Kentucky where he learned to love the outdoors. He spent ten years in biology research and then two years in youth ministry before coming to TFC. Dr. Shelton is a member of both the Council for Christian Colleges and University’s Leadership Development Institute and the Georgia Governor Teaching Fellowship Symposium. He is also an active member at the Clarkesville United Methodist Church. He authored Martyrdom from Exegesis in Hippolytus: An Early Church Presbyter’s Commentary on Daniel (Paternoster, 2008) and Prevenient Grace: God’s Provision for Fallen Humanity (Francis Asbury, 2014).

Dr. Shelton joined the faculty in 2001 and still enjoys the opportunity to teach an occasional theology course. He and his wife, Sally, have three daughters: Annie, Katie, and Maggie.

B.A. – Biology, Asbury University
M.Div. – Covenant Theological Seminary
Ph.D. – Historical Theology, Saint Louis University


Mr. Gregg Schulte oversees the departments of accounting and finance, bookstore, student food services, mail services, the Gathany Museum of Natural Science, Gate Cottage restaurant, human resources, facilities & vehicles operation and maintenance, summer camps and conferences, the TFC Print Shop. Mr. Schulte received his B.S. in Accounting and his M.S. in Accounting both from the University of Kentucky. He did additional doctoral level work in Management at the University of Cincinnati.

Mr. Schulte is a native of Kentucky and began his career in higher education as an accounting faculty member and, later, an administrative department head at Northern Kentucky University. Since those early years in his career, he has served the University of Tennessee Space Institute, Jefferson (KY) Community & Technical College, and three other Christian institutions as vice president and chief business and finance officer—Regent University, Judson University, and Columbia International University. Gregg’s interests include family and church activities, vegetable gardening, Charles Dickens novels and novel-based films, stamp collecting, writing, and college athletics. He has four daughters and one son and has served his country with pride as a member of the United States Army Reserve.
B.S. – Accounting, University of Kentucky
M.S. – Accounting, University of Kentucky


Dr. Gassiot serves as the Vice President of Student Affairs and is responsible for Housing & Residence Life, Culinary Services, Career Development Center, Student Counseling Center, Student Health Services, Leadership and Service, Student Government Association, and Athletics. 

Since 1999, Dr. Gassiot has previously served in various higher education roles at Texas Tech University, Texas A&M University, the University of Tennessee, and the University of Florida.  Dr. Gassiot has served as a course instructor and guest lecturer for first year success and leadership development courses as well as graduate courses in Student Affairs/Higher Education Administration.  He also previously served as a featured webinar presenter for PaperClip Communications and is a consultant with Stamats Higher Education Marketing, specializing in the assessment and consultation of parent and family relations programs on college campuses.  Dr. Gassiot also assists with on-site reaffirmation committees for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

Dr. Gassiot is an active member in NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) and has held regionally appointed and nationally elected positions within the organization.  He has also held memberships and/or been involved in the Texas Association of College and University Student Personnel Administrators, Association for Student Conduct Administrators, Southwest Association of College and University Housing Officers, Southern Association for College Student Affairs, American College Personnel Association.

Dr. Gassiot and his wife, Kim, have four children: Jonah, Sydney, Ian, and Ainsley.

B.S. – Restaurant, Hotel, and Institutional Management, Texas Tech University
M. Ed. – Higher Education Administration, Texas Tech University
Ph.D. – Higher Education Research, Texas Tech University


Mac Ingmire, VICE PRESIDENT FOR Enrollment management and Marketing

Mr. Mac Ingmire came to Toccoa Falls College in April of 2016 to serve as the Director of Athletics.  In September 2016, after serving as Interim VP for Enrollment Management and Marketing for two months, he was appointed by the President to serve as the new Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing.  In his role, Mac oversees the departments of Admissions, Financial Aid, Intercollegiate Athletics, Marketing, and Student Accounts. Mac has served in a variety of roles in Christian higher education over the years.
Mac came to TFC from Lincoln Christian University where he held various roles, including Director of Enrollment and Director of Athletics. A native of Illinois, Mac received a B.A. in Business Administration from Lincoln Christian University and a M.S. in Athletic Administration from Western Kentucky University.  He and his wife, Jessica, have been married since 2012 and have a 2-year old son, Cohen. 
B. A. – Lincoln Christian University
M. S. – Western Kentucky University