Life Groups are a great place to connect with other students in a small group setting. These groups provide you with an opportunity to study God’s Word with other students as well as the chance to really share what is going on in your life with others. These groups are a place where students can be real and share their hearts with one another in a safe place.
“Being a part of a small group changed my life,” says BCM intern, Natalie Flake. “My college small group taught me how to study God’s Word and allowed me to form meaningful relationships with other students. Those who were in my small group came to be some of the best friends I’ve ever had.”
Approximately 35 Truett-McConnell College students served in special summer missions projects during the summer of 2008, carrying the message of Christ across the United States and around the world. Two of those students have written accounts of their summer missions experiences. TMC Students on Mission for Christ
For more information contact the BCM at 706.865.2134, ext. 131
About: The Public Safety Department of Truett-McConnell College exists to ensure faculty, staff, student, and campus safety throughout the school year. It is only through cooperation that the Public Safety Department and its employees can best serve the campus.
The student in whose name a permit is issued is always responsible for the operation and parking of his or her vehicle, regardless of who is actually driving it. This does not absolve the driver from blame if he or she is anyone other than the normal operator or owner in whose name the vehicle is registered.
Every person who operates a vehicle on the campus of Truett-McConnell College is required to obey all city ordinances and state laws relating to the operation, insuring, and registration of motor vehicles. A citation will be issued to anyone who violates any such law or ordinance, or any regulation of Truett-McConnell College. Each violation will result in a $25.00 fine unless otherwise noted. These fines will be added to the student’s bill through the Business Office.
* $75 fine for this violation.
Public Safety officers are authorized to issue citations for violations or turn incidents over to local law enforcement. Motor vehicle privileges will be suspended for any person who receives more than three citations during an academic year.
Resident Assistants (RA)
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Residence Life Philosophy
The Office of Residence Life is firmly based on Christian perspectives and actively supports the college's philosophy concerning education and growth of the whole student. Approximately seventy percent of those students attending the college are residential students.
The residence hall system, by its very nature, lends itself to opportunities for growth and maturity. The Residence Life Staff working with the Office of Student Services is challenged by and dedicated to assisting students in gaining as much as possible from the total college experience.
Residence Life Objectives
1. To provide and maintain an environment which supports disciplined scholarship, Christian discipleship, and maximum growth and development of the individual.
2. To interpret the College’s purpose and policies to students, and to interpret student attitudes, opinions and actions to the administration.
3. To provide for the basic concerns of the individual student within the ever-changing campus community.
4. To provide an opportunity for students to practice democratic living and to learn to work with others, and to provide comprehensive social, recreational, and intellectual activities in order to broaden the effective use of leisure time.
If you would like more information about the residential community at Truett-McConnell College, please contact our office at 706-865-2134, extension 123.
The Residence Life staff seeks to respond to the needs and interests of the residential community in developing programs that are interesting, timely, and educational in quality. Although the residence hall programs are not mandatory, each resident is encouraged to attend and get involved. Occasionally, residence hall programs will be open to residents of the other residence halls on the campus.
Some of the hall programs that have taken place within the last two years include these: