We are excited to welcome you to the Christian College of Georgia as an official Screaming Eagle! Whether you are a first-year student, transfer student, or commuting to TFC, residential orientation is a special time set aside for you to learn how to flourish at Toccoa Falls College with all of the resources available to you. You might even meet your new best friends!
The purpose of TFC Orientation is to familiarize students with their new home. At Toccoa Falls College, students will participate in orientation immediately following their move-in and prior to beginning classes for the semester. Incoming students are automatically registered for orientation (TFC 100) and must successfully pass the program through attendance of sessions and minimal assignments.
Every fall semester, Welcome Weekend is hosted the weekend before classes begin for new incoming students to connect with current students on campus. Community activities include the Back to School Bash, hike to Little Falls, visit to the drive-in movies, trivia nights in Odyssey Coffeehouse, brunch in the Dining Hall, Grocery Bingo, dodgeball tournaments, and much more. Students are highly encouraged to participate in Welcome Weekend activities to begin forming community in their new home.
- Campus Tours
- Major Mixers
- TFC Critical Information
- Accessing Departments
- Academic Success Resources
- Healthy Relationships & Communities
Fall Move In + New Student Orientation
Move-In: August 13, 2024, 9AM to 3PM
Orientation: August 14-16, 2024
First Day of Classes: August 19, 2024
Spring Move In + New Student Orientation
Move-In: January 18, 2024, 9AM to 12PM
Orientation: January 18-19, 2024
First Day of Classes: January 22, 2024
New Student Orientation FAQs
Yes, but you will want to! New Student Orientation is your chance to get acclimated to life at Toccoa Falls College and learn how to succeed. You will need to make sure to attend all TFC 100 informational sessions in order to pass TFC Orientation, which is a requirement to graduate.
No, there is no separate registration needed for orientation. After checking in for registration and moving into your residence hall, you will begin orientation immediately that afternoon.
While parents will not attend informational sessions, they are invited to attend a farewell community worship service hosted in Grace Alford Performing Arts Center during the afternoon on move-in day.