Frequently Asked Questions
TCU’s Undergraduate Studies Catalog is available exclusively online.
At TCU, faculty members have many responsibilities. However, they are especially committed to teaching. About 90 percent have the highest academic credentials in their particular fields. You won’t find graduate students teaching many courses.
While they're expected to have scheduled office hours, most have open door policies. This means you can stop by their offices at any time, and they will help you get the most out of your education.
TCU faculty members are recognized researchers, and you may have the opportunity to assist them with their research. Faculty members help connect students with internships, employment, and opportunities for graduate study.
At TCU, you'll find creative, talented and knowledgeable faculty members who will serve as mentors and friends.
The liberal arts and sciences include wide-ranging subjects intended to teach you how to read critically, think analytically and communicate effectively. A broad understanding of history, society, literature, economics, science, languages and culture will help you be comfortable in any conversation. This core curriculum teach you critical inquiry, a skill that comes in handy when the answers you need can’t be found in a book.
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