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view of the north lawn
TCU launched a 360 virtual tour showcasing our spirited campus. The North Lawn is known for its beautiful shady space and is a popular spot for students crossing campus and heading to class. In 2018, TCU dedicated a new monument acknowledging and paying respect to the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes on whose historical homeland our campus is located.
Running late to class? Don't check your watch – check the TCU Sundial. Unveiled in 2015, the functional art relies on movements of the Earth to tell precise time. Artist William Andrewes created the piece just how Horned Frogs see the world, centering the map around TCU's location.

The Pepsico Recital Hall is home to many performances and two concert grand pianos, a small portion of the 117 Steinways on campus. TCU was the first all-Steinway school in Texas and full-time piano technician James Williams keeps them all in tune for students and guests. TCU is proud to host the PianoTexas International Academy & Festival and to serve as a venue for the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.

Students in the Bob Schieffer College of Communication gain real-world experience in the student newsroom, production studios and KTCU radio station. Our award-winning student PR and ad agency Roxo has served around 100 businesses and organizations. Communication Studies houses the TCU Forensics speech and debate team, revived by students in 2011. The team won big during the program's first year back on campus since the 1970s and continues to bring trophies home to TCU.