Toccoa Falls College offers three Residence Halls on campus for underclassmen students and apartment style housing on upper-campus for upperclassmen students.
Fant Hall is a three level women’s residence hall that features suite-style rooms. Fant is ADA accessible for the first floor and includes secure key card entry.
Each room is directly attached to a bathroom that is shared with one other room. Provided in each room is a twin bed, in-room temperature control, desk, chair, wall shelving, wardrobe, and sink.
Fant Lobby common area feature a fireplace, common area furniture, study spots, a television, a functioning kitchen, and free laundry.
LeTourneau Hall sits at the very center of campus and is recognized for its historic steps and columns. As a primarily community-style residence hall for women, this hall has been home to many friendships and memories over the years.
Each room is furnished with a desk, chair, twin bed, personal closet, dresser, and in-room temperature control along with free wifi access. Bathrooms are located at the end of each hall.
The lobby of LeTourneau is entered through a door requiring key card entry. All rooms are visible from the lobby, creating an unparalleled sense of community. The lobby also hosts common area furniture, televisions, study areas, vending machines, and free laundry.
Named after TFC founder, Dr. Richard Forrest, Forrest Hall is a 3 story men’s residence hall. It is divided into three separate wings with spacious rooms.
A & B wings host community style rooms with bathrooms located at the end of each hall. First-year male students traditionally live in these wings. C wing features suite-style rooms with two rooms connected by a bathroom.
Forrest Lobby is a large area located on the first floor. It is furnished with a fireplace, couches, chairs, televisions, pool tables, ping pong tables, study areas, community kitchen, and free laundry.
Every room is equipped with a twin XL bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, sink, mirror, wireless internet, and in-room temperature control.
Terraces are apartment style housing reserved for upperclassmen students who have completed at least 60 credit hours. Terraces are usually filled pretty quickly because of the living rooms, kitchens, and laundry being directly attached to each Terrace.
Bedrooms in the Terraces are still multiple person occupancy. Each room is equipped with a bed, desk and chair, dresser, and shared closet per person.
Living rooms and kitchens are equipped with standard appliances and basic living furniture. Free laundry is also available in each Terrace building.
For incoming students, preference is given after all current students have been placed in housing. From there, housing preference is assigned based on when the form is received. Meaning, the earlier we receive your form and deposit, the more likely you are to receive your residence hall preference.
Students beginning in the Fall semester will receive their housing assignment during the summer prior to move-in. Spring semester students will begin receiving their housing assignments in November.
Your housing assignment will be emailed to you and your roommate on your TFC email address.
Yes! Make sure to include your requested roommate’s name on your Housing Preference Form and have them include your name on their form.
At TFC, roommates are matched through a prayerful and thoughtful process. We seek guidance from God and also consider factors such as interests, sleep schedules, temperature, and habits to align students with the best possible fit.
All residence halls at TFC are the same cost. That means you don’t have to worry about spending more money to live in your #1 pick.
Toccoa Falls College is a four year residential college. This means that students are required to live on campus for all years of attendance. Some exceptions apply for students whose primary residence is within 50 miles of TFC. If you think you may be eligible to live off campus, talk with your admissions counselor or resident director.
Current TFC students should refer to the Housing Section of MyTFC for on campus housing applications, assignments, and policies.