Housing and Residence Life

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Welcome to TFC Housing and Residence Life! Our mission in Housing and Residence Life is to Foster Spiritual Growth through Community Living. It is our desire for Christ to be welcomed on this campus and in the relationships within our community.

Housing

TFC offers 3 residence halls on center-campus, Fant Hall (female), Forrest Hall (male), and LeTourneau Hall (female). TFC also offers upperclassman apartment, quad., or cottage style housing referred to as the Terraces. Student wishing to be in the Terraces must have 60 credit hours completed, or must be over the age of 21 by the semester in question.

For students wondering about what to bring with them for living on campus, please review the Packing List for Fall 2020.

LeTourneau Hall is a women’s residence hall in the middle of the Toccoa Falls College campus. The first and second floors are for freshmen students and are set up as a community-style residence with bathrooms located at each end. The hall is set up in a unique fashion, with all student rooms opening into a central lobby. All rooms are visible from the lobby, creating an unparalleled sense of community. Each room comes furnished with desks, beds, closets, dressers, phone and network connections, a heating/air conditioning unit, and a sink. Residence hall facilities include wireless internet access, laundry room, fully functioning kitchen, TV room and a spacious lobby.*

Fant Hall is a 3-story residence hall for women. Fant Hall features suite-style rooms with a bathroom joining the bedrooms on either side. Each room comes furnished with desks, beds, closets and drawer space, phone and network connections, a heating/air conditioning unit, and a sink. Residence hall facilities include wireless internet access, laundry room, fully functioning kitchen, TV room, and a spacious lobby.*

Named after TFC’s founder, Dr. Richard Forrest, Forrest Hall is a 3-story men’s residence hall. It is divided into three wings, forming a T-shape. A and B-wings have community-style rooms with bathrooms located at the end of each hall and C-wing has suite-style rooms with two bedrooms connected by a bathroom. Students enjoy the large lobby area that is furnished with couches, chairs, a fireplace, and two televisions. Forrest Hall also has wireless internet access, a laundry room, study/snack areas, and a kitchen. Student rooms are equipped with beds, desks, phone and network connections, closets, dressers, a heating/air conditioning unit, and a sink. All furniture is movable and students can stack beds.*

Residence Life

Our department is made up of 4 full time staff which includes the Director of Housing and Residence life and 3 Resident Directors, as well as a student staff of 4 Assistant Resident Directors, and 24 Resident Assistants. 

Our goal in Residence Life is to encourage students to:

- Learn to integrate biblical and theological truths regarding “loving one’s neighbor” into daily living.

- Establish meaningful relationships with others in their residence hall and larger campus setting by participating in hall and campus activities.

- Explore the impact that similarities and differences in background and value have on one’s perspective.

- Examine their beliefs about God, the world and themselves through formal and informal interaction with campus community.

 

Staff

Katie Thorne, Director of Housing and Residence Life (kthorne@tfc.edu) 706-886-6831 ext. 5224. 

Wynn Coggin, Forrest Hall Resident Director and Intramural Director (wcoggin@tfc.edu)

Katie Hall, Fant and LeTourneau Halls Resident Director (kmhall@tfc.edu)

Michael Kowalski, Terraces Resident Director (mkowalski@tfc.edu)

Assistant Resident Directors and Resident Assistants ("RA's") are hired students who help to manage the residence halls. RA's communicate important information, help students who are experiencing difficulties, plan diverse programs and events, help students adjust to collegiate life and maintain an inclusive atmosphere conducive to their academic, spiritual and personal pursuits. RA's strive to encourage students to find a deep sense of belonging at TFC.