Founded in 1907, Toccoa Falls College is a comprehensive Christian liberal arts college that is affiliated with Christian and Missionary Alliance. Faith and Learning is the cornerstone for TFC curricular and co-curricular concepts. TFC is committed to Developing Godly Character with Intellect while preparing students to embrace the vocational field they are pursuing.
Toccoa Falls College is located on a 1200-acre campus in Toccoa Falls, GA, at the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. Our campus is less than 80 miles from large metropolitan cities such as: Greenville, SC and Atlanta, GA.
Inside the numbers at TFC...
STUDENTS. With a multitude of opportunities to learn, TFC students grow intellectually, spiritually and emotionally. Each student is prepared for practical, real-life experiences whether that be on the mission field or in a corporation.
STUDENT TO FACULTY RATIO. TFC believes in an open door policy and strives to provide excellent, one-on-one advising from faculty to student. This offers the opportunity to graduate on time and seek a vocation post graduation.
AVERAGE CLASS SIZE. Students come with the realization that there will be classes that are larger than others. Though, when you get into the core curriculum, the opportunities to grow lends itself to the small classroom environment.
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MAJORS AND MINORS. Once a Bible college, TFC has continued to grow in the Christian Liberal Arts world. Excellent in its ability to educate, train and place students, TFC looks to expand and reach markets that will better serve our graduates.
FINANCIAL AID. Every degree seeking student at TFC will receive an institutional scholarship based on academic credentials. Students are advised, counseled and assisted throughout their time on the Financial Aid processes at TFC.
STUDENT ACTIVITIES. Fresh off of a top 20 ranking in the country, TFC touts a competitive, campus-filled intramural program which is 1 of 400+ activities represented on campus each year. We have every sport or activity that you may desire.
Traditional Undergraduate Enrollment
- 650 students from 37 states and 32 countries
- 55% female; 45% male
- 10% home-educated
- 17% Missionary Kids
- Average GPA: 3.44
- Average SAT: 980
- Average ACT: 21
- 64% acceptance rate
- 175 students, unduplicated count