TCU began as a family endeavor an enriching place of spirited belonging for men and women of character to acquire a liberal arts education and strive to serve the greater good.Nearly 150 years later, we are still that place.
This is a place where students learn how to adapt to whatever the future might bring, develop critical thinking skills and forge new paths. With a choice of rigorous academic programs in 130 undergraduate areas of study, 58 master’s level programs and 25 areas of doctoral study, Horned Frogs are primed for professional success and personal achievement after graduation.
Research is yet another area disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. On Friday, Aug. 7, the Office of Research hosted a virtual Happy Hour Faculty Chat, where Floyd Wormley Jr., associate provost for research and dean of graduate studies, and LeAnn Forsberg, director of sponsored programs, share research plans for fall. Spoiler alert: While there are still restrictions on travel and limitations on lab capacity, the Office of Research has put together a full slate of virtual career, professional and grant development programs for both faculty and graduate students.
The 4 Year Career Success Plan will walk you through the crucial steps to take each year in order to develop the job-search and career decision-making strategies you will use at TCU and beyond.
Work with a consultant on all stages of your career development, from choosing a major to preparing for interviews they are here to help.
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Student Access and Accommodation is committed to providing access to students with disabilities at TCU. The Student Access and Accommodation office:
Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library (“Lewis Library”) offers an electronic version of nearly all of the required textbooks for the medical, physician assistant, physical therapy, and pharmacy programs. The library’s electronic resources are available to all authorized users, including current students and faculty, on a 24/7 basis from anywhere in the world.
As part of a multiphased plan to enhance the student wireless experience, we launched a new network called TCU Registered. This network is designed to allow your non-WPA2 Enterprise devices to connect to the wireless network. These are items like the Amazon Echo, Apple HomePod, Google Home, and a series of other tools.
Your time at TCU is all about being the best version of you, whether you’re a student, faculty member, staffer or alumnus. We offer a host of resources to keep the Frog Family happy and healthy.
Our attractive 295-acre campus is nestled in a tree-lined neighborhood and is home to nearly half of our nearly 9,500 undergraduates. Even first-time visitors to our inviting, walkable campus remark how TCU “feels like home.”
TCU is proud to compete at the highest level of NCAA Division I sports as a member of the Big 12 Conference. We take part in nine sports for men and 12 for women.
You’ll never be bored here—TCU is known for connection. With more than 200 student organizations, we’ll make your college years a great time to try something new.
Texas Christian University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, masters, doctoral degrees.
Overall, I have had a wonderful experience at Texas Christian University. I got to meet professors from different backgrounds who assisted me to grow into a better person. Culturally, I was a bit challenged because I had to interact with people from diverse walks of life. Fortunately, I grew up to see a such diversity as an opportunity to grow into a well rounded...
I had a great experience at TCU in their MBA program.
As a student of law in my first year we had mentors in the final year assigned to us whom i consulted for guidance through out my time of study. This enabled me fit into the system of law school much faster ie research became easier for me through out my time in school. i also shared with classmates on how we would leave law school with desirable grades which we achieved...
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