TFC Admissions plans to re-open for prospective student visits June 1st with safety precautions in place.Toccoa Falls College President, Dr. Bob Myers recently stated. Toccoa Falls College is beginning to strategize what life will look like for new and returning students. The safety of TFC students, faculty, and staff is the top priority moving forward into this unprecedented season. Details and safety updates based on the ever-changing health crisis will be released throughout the summer.
Toccoa Falls College announced that the incoming class of Fall 2020 will not be required to submit ACT/SAT scores to be considered for acceptance.TFC will now make acceptance decisions based on high school transcripts, personal testimonies, and any additional references that prospective students wish to provide. In an effort to readjust to what is happening today the Office of Admissions and the Office of Student Financial Services have shifted from the traditional metrics to allow students the greatest opportunity to enroll this fall. To learn more about the admissions process, visit tfc.edu/admissions.
On May 7, Toccoa Falls College presented faculty and staff members with various awards in recognition for their excellence and service to the college:
Faculty Scholar of the Year Award - Dr. Kenneth Turner, Professor of Old Testament & Biblical Languages
Wade Award for Teaching and Scholarship - Dr. Chris Vena, Dean of the School of Christian Ministry
Vulcan Materials Teaching Excellence Award - Dr. Piljoo Kang
Toccoa Falls College was just ranked as one of the Best Online Bachelor’s in Bible Studies in the country. The ranking was released by Online Schools Report, a new authority in online education data. Also, Online U recently ranked Toccoa Falls College’s Distance Education program 9th in the country in their “2020 Most Affordable Online Colleges for Counseling Degrees” ranking. Toccoa Falls College was the only institution represented on the list from the state of Georgia!.Study.com also ranked TFC as the 13th “Best Online College in Georgia” stating that they rank institutions based on, “…vital data such as information from the Department of Education like tuition, graduation rate, and student retention rate, according to a release by TFC.