Toccoa Falls College is proud to be recognized by Christian Universities Online as one of the 50 Most Beautiful Christian Colleges and Universities for 2017.

Eligible schools must be a member of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) and are evaluated equally on 1) Continuity of campus, 2) Architectural style, 3) Signature building(s), and 4) Natural setting. Toccoa Falls College ranked number #38 of 50.

Situated on a rural, 1,100-acre campus in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, students and visitors to the campus can enjoy gorgeous views of mountain scenery, color, and the majestic Toccoa Falls. The historic waterfall stands at 186 feet, higher than Niagara Falls, and is one of the tallest free-falling waterfalls east of the Mississippi River. A meandering stream flows through the lower part of the wooded campus from the base of the waterfall. Surrounded by dense woods, the campus itself is well laid out and features several facilities built in a modern architectural style, including the Grace Chapel and Performing Arts Center. 

TFC recognized by US News Best Colleges

Toccoa Falls College is excited to once again be recognized by U.S. News in their latest list, Best Colleges of 2017. TFC has achieved the following rankings:

#15 Best Regional Colleges in the South
#4 Best Value Schools in the South
#7 Best Colleges for Veterans in the South

For more information, visit U.S. NEWS or visit our Accolades page for a complete list of our recognitions.

September 13, 2016


TFC radio network sale finalized

Toccoa Falls College has finalized the sale of its radio network to Radio Training Network , Inc. of Lakeland, Florida. The new owners plan to continue the contemporary Christian music and family-focused teaching format by repeating the programming of their Greenville network of stations (HISradio) over WRAF and the other stations in the TFC Radio Network. 

WRAF, TFC’s flagship station was established in 1980 and carries its call letters in honor of college founder, Richard A. Forrest, which will remain under the new operators. Commenting on the sale, TFC President Dr. Robert Myers stated, 

“We want to thank our loyal WRAF listeners and the community for their support over the last 36 years. We are pleased to know WRAF and our other stations will be in such incredible hands, continuing Christian broadcasting and the work Toccoa Falls College began long ago. This sale is a tremendous step for the college. It enables us to broaden our resources as we work to expand our educational channels.”

First announced in April of this year, the sale consisted of WRAF, the college’s noncommercial Contemporary Christian radio station, along with student-operated WTXR; a Belton, SC FM station; 2 FM repeater stations; and a Franklin, NC AM station.

The Radio Training Network, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization that owns and operates approximately 100 Christian radio stations throughout the Southeast, placing emphasis on local community involvement and training young men and women for careers in Christian broadcasting. More information can be found at 

July 29, 2016

TFC nursing program continues to move forward

On Thursday, July 21st, Toccoa Falls College Fetterman School of Nursing BSN program received initial approval from the Georgia Board of Nursing.  Commenting on the approval, TFC President, Dr. Robert Myers stated, 

“We are thrilled that the Georgia State Board of Nursing has recognized the excellence of our nursing curriculum. A nursing program was first considered at TFC fifty-two years ago. Today this dream continues to become a reality with the new Fetterman School of Nursing. We are thankful for God's wonderful provision.” 

Groundbreaking for the new Fetterman School of Nursing was held May 5, 2016 on the grounds of Toccoa Falls College. Construction is currently underway and the first class of students are expected to enroll in Fall 2017.  The new nursing facility will provide students with exceptional opportunities to engage in innovative learning, housing state-of-the-art skill laboratories, simulated patient suites, classrooms and administrative offices.  Dean of Nursing, Deborah Alvater, also commented on the approval stating, 

“The legacy of the Fetterman School of Nursing at Toccoa Falls College has begun. We continue to be delighted as God paves the way for this program to become a reality. We were confident in our program and we are pleased the Georgia Board of Nursing has shown its confidence in us through their initial approval. It has always been our desire to equip nurses who will shape the profession of nursing and have a profound impact in transforming healthcare and transforming lives. We are now one step closer.” 

July 29, 2016