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TFC Celebrates First Week of Classes

As Toccoa Falls College wraps up the first week of class, we are continually encouraged by the resilience of our students, faculty, and staff and their willingness to continue to foster community in the midst of COVID regulations and limitations.

In preparation for the Fall semester, TFC’s IT department equipped and installed cameras in each classroom. This allows any student who may be COVID symptomatic or exposed to be able to work from a distance if necessary. Additionally, the TFC Maintenance department created some additional spaces for classes to be held outside when weather permits.

Students attend Community Worship as well as meals in smaller groups to help reduce large crowds. Lastly TFC students, faculty, and staff are required to wear masks or face shields indoors and outdoors whenever social distancing is not possible.

We are so grateful for the TFC community who have remained flexible and supportive during a season such as this, as well as those that are still creating environments for spiritual, mental, and academic growth in and out of the classroom.

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