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TCU began as a progressive and personal college for men and women with a dream to learn and lead.

150 years later, we are still that place.
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Mission & History

The world has changed since Fort Worth was home to “Hell’s Half-Acre.” But TCU's promise has stayed the same.

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TCU is a place of spirited belonging where Horned Frogs have long found connection through our culture and traditions.

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Our powerful academic community starts at the top and influences everything we do. Horned Frogs lead by example.

Welcome To Fort Worth, Texas  

TCU's beautiful 302-acre campus is nestled in a vibrant city.

See Our Campus
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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

We’re committed to building a university for all and celebrating diversity in all its forms. That’s why we’ve included diversity, equity and inclusion in our core curriculum and made it a theme of our strategic plan.

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Strategic Plan

The world spins forward. We’re building a campus and community for future generations. The plans we imagine and develop today will ensure a bright future for our students and the lives they touch.