The Office of Admission awards academic scholarships to our highest achieving admitted students. These competitive awards are based primarily on grades, ACT or SAT score, rank in class (if available), and curriculum rigor. For purposes of both admission and scholarship consideration, TCU superscores both the ACT and the SAT.
Competition for the more prestigious scholarships will require the highest levels of academic achievement and personal credentials (meeting the minimum criteria, however, does not ensure an award):
- Superior academic references
- A significant record of co-curricular and community involvement
TCU is test-optional through 2025 and ACT/SAT scores are not considered for scholarship awards for these applicants.
|23 Class - All||Overall GPA*||ACT Score
(Full tuition for four years)
($25k per year)
|3.97 - 4.0||34 - 35||1500- 1540|
($22k per year)
|3.92 - 4.0||33 - 34||1460 - 1500|
($18k per year)
|3.78 - 3.9||31 - 33||1390 - 1450|
($12k per year)
|3.72 - 3.85||30 - 32||1360 - 1410|
Meeting the marks listed on this scholarship table does not guarantee any level of scholarship.
* Grade Point Average includes un-weighted grades earned from coursework in the following academic disciplines: English, Humanities, Languages other than English (LOTE), Math, Science, and Social Science
TCU also offers scholarships based on athletics and fine arts.
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