A Christian college “committed to building character with intellect,” students at Toccoa Falls College say their school excels at “teaching men and woman to become professionals in several fields to in order to facilitate the spreading of the Gospel of Christ.” Many undergrads choose Toccoa Falls College for its extensive required curriculum in the Bible and Christian theology, and “because it is one of the best schools for missions in the United States,” preparing students who plan to pursue careers in missionary service. Whether teaching religious subject matter or traditional academics, “Professors are qualified and, for the most part, entertaining and enlightening.”
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