Choosing the “right” college often is the difference between selecting a university that identifies you as a number and one that sees you as a person. At TCU, we keep our enrollment small, yet selective, to better focus on you. You will discover uncommonly friendly students, faculty and staff.
As you consider size, location, campus facilities, areas of study, cost, co-curricular activities, access to faculty and maybe even the quality of the cafeteria food, come to TCU for a visit.
We think you’ll like what you see!
During the group information session led by one of our admission counselors (offered weekdays at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.), you will learn about academic programs, student life, the admission process, scholarships and financial aid, and have an opportunity to meet your admission counselor.
A campus tour immediately follows the information session. This visit should last about 3 hours.
Students who have reached the second semester of their junior year may request a meeting with a professor or to sit in on a class. At least three weeks’ notice is required to meet this request.
Schedule your campus visit online, or give us a call at 800.828.3764 or 817.257.7490.
Monday at TCU
For a more complete picture of TCU, consider attending Monday at TCU. The day includes a campus tour, residence hall tour, breakfast and lunch on the campus, special interest sessions and meetings with faculty and financial aid representatives.
Upcoming Dates: October 3 ♦ October 24 ♦ November 14 ♦ December 5Register for Monday at TCU
Transfer Day is an information day that gives you an inside look at academics, campus life, scholarships, and financial aid. The visit day will last from 10:00 to 2:00 and is designed for both prospective and admitted transfer students. The 2017 date for Transfer Day is Friday, March 10. Registration will open on December 1.
Prefer to walk through the campus at your own pace? Then the Self-Guided Tour is just what you are looking for!
Download and print out the map below. It features a numeric legend matched with each TCU building to help you find your way. To lead your own mini-tour, print out both the map and the tour notes to learn a little more about the past, present and future of TCU as you meander through Horned Frog country. *Tip – A color print out works best.*
Campus Map (color) 3.14 MB
Campus Map (black & white) 1.60 MB
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