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John V. Roach Honors College Q&A

Posted on Oct. 07, 2021, by tcuadmission

TCU's Dean of Admission discusses the unique experience of being an honors student with TCU's Interim Dean of the John V. Roach Honors College, Dr. Ron Pitcock. Dr. Pitcock and Dean Einstein discuss the benefits and expectations of the TCU Honors College and try to help you determine if it's something you want to pursue. They also dispel myths about college being harder or taking more time to graduate for an honors student.

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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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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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