TFC is incredibly excited to announce our return to a normal academic schedule this Fall! Classes will move back to their usual, more intimate classroom settings allowing once again for learning to take place in a smaller environment, conducive to more individualized study. Students and professors will no longer be required to wear masks or face shields in the classroom. Toccoa Falls, our 186-foot waterfall located on campus, is now not only open to students, but to the public as well. We are grateful for lifelong memories to once again be made at the foot of our namesake. The dining hall will resume their regular serving hours without limitations on who is able dine. Our Community Worship schedule will return to normal and once again be open to the public.

The past year and a half has been incredibly difficult for our campus community as we adjusted various aspects of our schedule and community procedures to mitigate the exposure and transmission of COVID-19. TFC followed CDC guidelines as well as the Governor’s Executive Orders to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and faculty. While we take great pride in our TFC family and their effort to make the most of these changes and persevere with grace, we give thanks to God for His protection and that we are now able to return to normalcy. As we prepare for the Fall semester, we would encourage our faculty, staff, and students that are able to get vaccinated. For more information, see the CDC site at

Finally, we would like to mention that we will resume our on-campus Homecoming celebrations this Fall on October 9-10, 2021. More information on this event is to come.