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We’ve Done More Tours Than the Rolling Stones.

We can introduce you to our beautiful campus in a number of ways, but the best (and most popular) is to take a tour in person. Bring a guest or two and some comfy shoes.

Spring tulips just outside the entrance gates near TCU Admission Center

Visit In Person

Come see our campus and your future as a Horned Frog. You’ll experience a dynamic tour with a small group led by a student and a 30-minute information session hosted by an admission counselor. The inviting spirit of our team and sparkling facilities will only confirm your feeling that TCU is where you’ll want to spend your college years.

TCU student Jordyn Dent hosts the current online tour

Visit Online

Want to check out TCU from the convenience of your couch? Get comfy because there is a lot to see online. You can check out our virtual visit resources for tours, watch videos of our amazing campus and connect with admission counselors and students.

Downtown Fort Worth, Texas at night

Plan Your Visit

Fort Worth is a wonderful destination. The country’s 12th largest city is home to legendary cuisine, world-class museums, a legit cattle drive in the historic stockyards district and America’s No. 1 downtown. TCU’s been around since 1873, so we’ve got some wisdom to share on the best places to stay and ways to get around.

“I loved the community when I visited and it felt like home and I just knew when I was touring that this is the place for me.”

Lizza Hubbard ’24 Political Science International Relations major from Nashville, Tennessee

10-minute walk from room to class
229 sunny days on average
Best College Dorms Princeton Review
Four miles to downtown
Female TCU student smiling in class

TCU on the Road

Want to learn more about the Horned Frog experience at your school or local college fair? We might be headed your direction.

A TCU student leads a campus tour

Get the Most Out of Your Visit

Don’t just take our word for it—here’s some advice from a current student. Our Horned Frog Blog offers insights from our admission staff and current Frogs.