TFC Sets New Student Enrollment Record
Toccoa Falls College is off to an exciting year. For the third year in a row, TFC has experienced record enrollment. This year’s total student enrollment is 1,642, up 220 over last year at this time. The college is seeing record-breaking enrollment in both the Dual Enrollment and Online Programs. Additionally, increasing numbers are due in part to the opening of the Fetterman School of Nursing which officially opened in Fall 2017. This year’s Freshman class represents 24 states and 11 countries.
President Dr. Bob Myers commented, “I couldn’t be more pleased or excited about our record enrollment this year. We are seeing enrollment growth as a result of providing quality, Christ-centered education at an affordable price. We look forward to seeing God work in the lives of these young men and women as they develop Godly character while growing intellectually in their area of academic study.”
Toccoa Falls College information
Founded in 1907, Toccoa Falls College is a Christ-centered, independent, nonprofit, college located in the foothills of the northeast Georgia mountains. An affiliate of the Christian and Missionary Alliance denomination, the college offers over 78 majors, minors and online programs, spread across four schools: Arts and Sciences, Professional Studies, Christian Ministries and the Fetterman School of Nursing. Programs include residential, online and dual enrollment for high school students. TFC has numerous benefits including low teacher to student ratio, close knit college community, active athletic and intramural teams, beautiful location, and of course, Toccoa Falls — a 186-foot waterfall right there on the campus.