Every incoming, full-time, degree seeking student attending Toccoa Falls College receives institutional aid in the form of scholarships or grants to assist with the cost of attendance. In addition, over forty percent of the students qualify for federal grants and about half of the students receive assistance from the state of Georgia.
Now that you’ve seen how much money you could be eligible for and have had a chance to see our tuition and fees, take a look at additional opportunities that are available to you as you come to TFC.
Financial aid counselors work closely with students and their parents to help them navigate the financial aid process. Toccoa Falls College offers the following forms of financial aid:
Federal Aid: PELL Grant, Federal Loans and Federal Work Study are three forms of Federal Aid for which a student may be eligible. Eligibility is based on the results of the student’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This application utilizes the student’s and parents’ tax information (unless exempt) to determine the student’s financial need.
State Aid: Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally (HOPE) and the Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant (GTEG) are two scholarships awarded to eligible Georgia residents that attend an approved college or university in Georgia.
Institutional Aid: TFC has 5 levels of Academic scholarships for Freshmen and 5 levels of Academic scholarships for Transfers. Once a FAFSA is received, students may be eligible for an additional institutional scholarship called, the TFC Opportunity Grant.
Other Grants: The college offers a Church Matching Grant, up to $1,500. The church must send a check to TFC before we can add the institutional scholarship to the account.
Outside Scholarships: Outside Scholarships are designed to give local civic organizations, businesses, individuals and other scholarship organizations the opportunity to invest in the life of students as they attend Toccoa Falls College. Outside Scholarships are available to all enrolled students of Toccoa Falls College during the fall and spring semesters. Sites to consider are:
WE’RE HERE TO HELP
We understand that this is the most overwhelming component to choosing a college. The burden of making payments is at the forefront of your mind…Remember to look beyond the ‘sticker price’ of a school. You can see that our tuition and fees will not be your bill when it’s time to begin classes. As you go through the application process, the Admissions team is here to walk you through every step and answer any questions or concerns you may have about ‘paying for college.’ We want to get to know you and better assess your situation and how TFC can be an affordable place for you to attend.
2019-2020 Financial Aid Forms
2019-2020 Financial Aid Forms
2018-2019 Financial Aid Forms
- 2018-19 Verification Worksheet
- Child Support Verification Form
- Church Matching Grant
- Employee Tuition Benefits
- Household Resources Verification Form
- Outside Scholarship Verification Form
- Parent Low Income Statement
- Student Low Income Statement
- High School, Identity, & Edu Purpose
- SNAP Verification
- SAP Policy & Appeal Form