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Next Steps for Admitted TCU Students

Dean Einstein hosted a Facebook Live Q&A with Craig Allen, Executive Director for Housing & Residence Life and Fraternity & Sorority Life, and Emily Ivey, Director of New Student & Family Programs. Watch the video and read below to find the answers to your questions about housing, first-year experience programs and more.

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What is Demonstrated Interest?

Posted on Oct. 04, 2021, by Dalton Goodier

Demonstrated Interest is one of those weird phrases that you’ll probably never hear for the first 17 years of your life—and then you can’t get away from it once you start applying to colleges! In this post, we want to share with you what exactly Demonstrated Interest is and how TCU uses it.

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Small but Mighty

Posted on Sep. 16, 2021, by David Stein

TCU offers just the right mix of big school energy in a small, tight-knit community. Our students know it’s rare to find a small institution with undergraduate-focused academics and Division I athletics. You can see just how rare this is when you look at the numbers.

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Am I a First-Year or Transfer Applicant?

Posted on Sep. 02, 2021, by Dalton Goodier

With applications now open for submission, a lot of students are finding they have questions about which type of application they need to submit. Many prospective students with extenuating circumstances might see themselves in multiple classifications. Senior Admission Counselor, Dalton Goodier, answers the question: are you a first-year or transfer applicant?

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