“Preparing compassionate, patient-centered graduates for Christian servant leadership in the
profession of nursing.”

The Fetterman School of Nursing, launched in Fall 2017, is committed to prepare and equip nurses who will shape the profession of nursing and have a profound impact in transforming healthcare and saving lives. The School of Nursing embraces the truth of Scripture as the foundation that prepares students for the passions to which God has called them. Nursing is a ministry of compassionate care. Your time at TFC will be filled with holy moments as you grow in your knowledge of nursing as a ministry.

TFC offers a BSN program – 4-year degree – eligible to take NCLEX-RN.

What does this mean? This is a four-year program of study that leads to the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing. Upon completion of the program, a graduate is eligible to write the NCLEX-RN Examination for licensure as a Registered Nurse and is prepared to function as a generalist in professional nursing practice.


  • Our BSN program will emphasize nursing as a sacred ministry and servant leadership
  • Our curriculum will include:
    • A global health nursing field experience for students to become more culturally competent
    • The practice of clinical skills in a state-of-the-art simulation/skills laboratory
  • Connect with your career
    • Receive one-on-one career coaching
    • Benefit from our Toccoa Falls faculty and alumni network who can provide worldwide career guidance
  • Clinical Partnerships
      • With strong ties to clinical sites in the community and region, you will have clinical opportunities in diverse environments, including, but not limited to:
          • Acute care settings
          • Mental health facilities
          • Public health departments
          • Detention centers
          • Medical clinics
          • Long-term assisted living facilities
          • Physician offices
          • Community schools and agencies

Students who are offered admission to the College must be formally admitted to the Nursing major. Requirements for admission will include the following:

  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Successful completion of all lower division nursing course work with a ‘C’ or better
  • Meet the minimum HESI Admission Assessment Exam score
  • Interview with the Nursing faculty
  • Completion of admission packet provided by the School of Nursing


  • Dedicated registered nurse professionals
  • Provide real-world experience to the classroom
  • Mission emphasis
  • Industry driven and connected


The goals of the FSON BSN program are to:

  • Provide a baccalaureate nursing education that builds on a foundation of arts, humanities, and science, and provides a Christian worldview based experience that prepares nurses for a life of service.
  • Prepare competent professional nurses with the knowledge and skills who excel in compassionate, patient-centered care, advance the profession of nursing and view nursing as a sacred ministry.
  • Develop Christian servant leaders who will impact and transform the profession, community, and the world.
  • Enhance student access and success in the baccalaureate degree option for prelicensure students in the geographic area.
  • Increase visibility by strategic community engagement.


The Core Values of the Fetterman School of Nursing are aligned with the Mission Goals of the College.  The administration, faculty, and staff of the School of Nursing embrace the following Core Values:  Christian Worldview, Servant Leadership, and Nursing as a Sacred Ministry of Caring.  These Core Values inform our identity and drive our vision for the future.



  • The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Toccoa Falls College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (
  • CCNE accredited






  • Contact Information
    Dr. Kristi Hendrix
    Dean, Fetterman School of Nursing
    • 706-886-7299, x5508
    • Fetterman School of Nursing Toccoa Falls College 107 Kincaid Drive, MSC 994 Toccoa Falls, GA 30598
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