Texas Christian University enrolls 7,600 graduate and undergraduate students per year. 79 undergraduate majors are available ... More
Texas Christian University
Texas Christian University enrolls 7,600 graduate and undergraduate students per year. 79 undergraduate majors are available in six schools: education, business, fine arts, arts and science, nursing and divinity. The Horned Frogs compete at the NCAA Division IA-level in football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, and 15 other sports. Banners lining the campus streets proudly display purple and white colors. Randolph and Addison Clark first tried to build a college in Fort Worth in 1869, but briefly moved the site to Thorp Springs in 1873. Another move to Waco followed in 1895. After the Waco campus was destroyed by fire, the school made its final move back to Fort Worth in 1910.
I love TCU! The campus is breath-taking, the facilities are phenomenal, and the education is one-of-a-kind. Best place to go for school, or to just to visit. Lots of on campus activities open to the public. Going through some "growing pains" with construction right now, but it still has a homey/campus-y feeling unlike any other college campus I've been to. A must-see experience.
I was a part of cultural exchange students program, since I am from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Even I was just auditing American history, it was amazing time. I learned so many things from very, very good teacher, and I had great time in meetings in International house on Texas Christian University
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