Truett-McConnell College can help you find your place in the world. The latest U.S. census shows that college graduates earn on average almost DOUBLE the income of high school graduates.
So, whether you are just out of high school or have been working for years, Truett-McConnell College can be the resource to fulfill your education goals, and do so through a Christian worldview. We offer accredited bachelor degrees online in Business and Christian Studies. And get this: Every degree is structured with a minor in Great Commission Studies so that you learn how to be on mission for God in whatever vocation you choose.
Contact us today for more info on how an online degree from Truett-McConnell College can fit into your schedule and your checkbook with ease.
About 20 TMC students assisted Georgia Mountain Resort Ministries Dec. 10 at the City of Helen's annual Kidfest. The students engaged children through face painting, balloon animals, games and prizes -- as well through the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This photo essay conveys how much TMC students care about others.
Photography by Norm Miller
Triple play for softball coaches
by Vicky Kaniaru
CLEVELAND, Ga. (TMCNews)—Truett-McConnell College faculty and staff gathered Jan. 19 to celebrate the upcoming births of Avery Kate, Jack, and Zoe.
TMC Head Softball Coach Jenni Shepard and husband Josh will celebrate the birth of twins, Jack and Zoe, due in mid-February. On deck is TMC Assistant Softball Coach Kevia Elkins and husband Jason, who are expecting their daughter, Avery Kate, at the end of March.
"We're very excited," Elkins said.
With a safari-themed nursery awaiting the twins, Shepard added that, although she was surprised when she heard of two babies, she is thrilled for their arrival.
The soon-to-be mothers were appreciative as faculty and staff showered them with gifts ranging from blankets, bibs, and nursery organizers. Truett-McConnell extends congratulations to the Elkins and Shepard families in anticipation of their babies' arrivals.
Psalm 127:3 – Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord.
Vicky Kaniaru is senior staff writer at Truett-McConnell College.