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We Can’t Wait to Get to Know You.

The undergraduate admission process at TCU is selective, but personal and holistic. We know there’s so much more to you and your leadership potential than a test score or class rank.

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New students arrive for orientation in the TCU Campus Commons

There’s Just Something About This Campus.

It's where 150 years of academic tradition meets the future.

Expect your tour of our tree-lined campus to be interrupted by random friendly exchanges between Horned Frogs. People ask, “Is it always like this?” The answer is yes. It is.

We have a reputation for connection. This place has launched a zillion paths. You can practically see yours when you get here.

A TCU business school student skateboards through campus

Invest in Your Future.

Three out of four students receive scholarships and/or financial aid to make their TCU experience possible. Most of our undergraduates finish their degrees in four years, with an excellent placement rate for careers or graduate school.

“TCU is a lot of fun and they’re super welcoming. You come here and it’s like you never left home.”

Emily Rice ’24 Biology Major from Newcastle, California

TCU students listen in class

115 Majors, Countless Possibilities.

TCU can put your life on an invaluable trajectory, but where do you start? We'll help you find areas of study to launch your path and fulfill your dreams.

infographic: 98 percent of undergraduates employed 6 months after graducation
Infographic: 78 Countries Represented
Number 3 for quality of life by Princeton Review
Packed student section at TCU football game

The TCU Experience: What’s it Really Like?

It’s where you’ll only feel crowded at sporting events. It’s cheering for the Frogs just steps from where you learn and live. It’s having professors who know your name and care about your future. It’s connecting with others and finding your place in the world.
Becoming part of the Horned Frog family is your opportunity to dig deeper, live broader and see further. It’s hard work. It’s new beginnings. And it’s seriously fun.

A Texas Icon: the Horned Frog

For an endangered species, our mascot is well-known and loved in this part of the country.