At TCU, you’ll find a diverse learning community offering over 100 undergraduate majors across seven colleges: business, communication, education, fine arts, health and human sciences, humanities and social sciences, and science and engineering.

Quality & Results

You’ll grow intellectually and personally, and you’ll also gain specific knowledge and skills for a career. With opportunities for internships, part-time jobs, and industry connections through our massive alumni base, you’ll leave TCU prepared and marketable for whatever comes next in life.

Study Abroad

Look at the world through a different lens and earn credit for your major or minor while studying abroad. TCU’s award-winning study abroad programs—more than 300 of them in 54 countries around the world—allow you to increase your understanding of other cultures and languages, enhance career opportunities, and make friends around the world. Study abroad credit always counts as TCU credit, TCU financial aid applies, and you can also apply for additional study abroad scholarships.

Honors College

The John V. Roach Honors College is where high-achieving students realize promise and achieve distinction through an interdisciplinary curriculum centered on world cultures, deep discussions, and experiential learning. Students are invited to join the Honors College based on their application to TCU; there is no separate application process or supplemental material to submit. The academically top 6-8% of TCU applicants are typically extended an invitation.

Earning College Credits

Are you a high-achieving student? You may be able to earn college credit prior to enrolling at TCU.

Credit by Exam