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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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Academic Scholarships at TCU

Posted on Feb. 04, 2019, by Dalton Goodier

There’s nothing you have to do in order to apply for a scholarship from TCU! Simply by applying for admission, you’re throwing your hat in the ring for a scholarship and we will automatically award you if you qualify.

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The Chancellor's Scholarship

Posted on Jan. 07, 2019, by Dalton Goodier

The Chancellor’s Scholarship is TCU’s most-prestigious scholarship, covering full tuition over eight semesters. However, it’s much more than that. The Chancellor’s Scholarship is also a program that invites TCU’s top scholars to grow and develop as scholars, leaders, and citizens in the global community.

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How Much Do Rankings Really Matter?

Posted on Dec. 17, 2018, by Dalton Goodier

Each year, hundreds of magazines, websites and companies put out lists designed to provide an objective set of college rankings. They peruse everything from survey data to student-faculty ratios to alumni giving rates, putting all of their numbers into formulas designed to let us know just which schools are the very best. However, there’s an open secret in the admissions world: those rankings are mainly rubbish.

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