Toccoa Falls, Ga. (May 24, 2024) – Last Friday evening, Toccoa Falls College celebrated the graduating class of 2024 at Commencement. Toccoa Falls was beautifully lit in honor of this time of celebration and the bittersweet end of their chapter at TFC. The Commencement speaker was Ronda Rich, a best-selling author and syndicated columnist whose stories are experienced by millions of readers across the world. She encouraged the graduating class by reminding them of the hope found in Jesus throughout all of life’s circumstances. Dr. Bob awarded Elaine Porter a President’s Medallion for her service to the Kingdom of God and Toccoa Falls College. 

In recent years, Toccoa Falls College has had great participation in the Commencement ceremony. Nearly 200 students graduated from TFC this past academic year, and around 160 participated in the ceremony. Our largest majors graduating came from the departments of Humanities and Business Administration. The Humanities Department had the most, a total of 54 graduates, including Associate and Bachelor Degree recipients. Business Administration distributed 34 Bachelor or Associate degrees to students across several majors from both online and residential populations.

This academic year, Toccoa Falls College awarded ten Master of Arts degrees from the Gary D. and Karolyn J. Chapman School of Graduate Studies. TFC is pleased to announce that at Commencement 2024, the first two graduates of the Master of Arts degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy were recognized!

It was an incredibly joyful time to honor our graduating class, and TFC is excited to see all they will accomplish in the future! Congratulations to each of our 2024 graduates, and welcome to the TFC Alumni family! We hope to see you at the Homecoming celebrations this October.