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Lead On: A Campaign for TCU

TCU Trustee, professors and students ‘share the love’ with letters, video

Since the community launch of Lead On: A Campaign for TCU in 2019 we’ve been collecting love letters from Horned Frogs and friends about what the university means to them. Some of those inspiring responses have been made into a heart-warming video. Please click the link below to hear Horned Frogs read some of those TCU love letters.

LEAD ON: Video

Lead the Charge. Lead the Change. Lead On.

Texas Christian University is driven by the enthusiasm of those who study and work here and the generous financial support of those who believe in the mission of higher education and the role TCU plays in that mission. This steadfast passion has afforded us the ability to push boundaries to reach new heights and stay on the leading edge. Please join us as we strive to accomplish our strategic goals and remain a force for the greater good. Lead On.

Shared vision and values prompt couple to form enduring connection with TCU

 

A passion for education led Carol and Richard Hoefs to forge a relationship with TCU and create a lasting legacy benefiting Horned Frogs with a scholarship supported through their estate plans.

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Endowed scholarship offers students opportunities to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams

 

TCU first-year student Kassie Velasco is the first recipient of the Banos and D’Souza Scholarship, which was endowed by two Neeley School entrepreneurship professors for non-business majors interested in minoring in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Preference for the annual scholarship is given to first-generation college students and students who want to work with historically underserved or marginalized populations.

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Neeley alumnus provides lasting legacy to benefit MAc students

 

Daniel Hund passed away after a two-year battle with cancer, but he left a lasting legacy to help Master of Accounting students benefit from the program’s travel opportunities.

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Leading the Change: Celebrating differences and changing the world through children’s books

 

Meet Liv Shin, who writes children’s books that explore the way children with disabilities are viewed and included at school. The senior strategic communication major is using her talent, drive and what she learned in a diversity course to shape the world.

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“I’m a member of the John V. Roach Honors College and it’s within this community that I’ve found my greatest mentors. Each person at the Honors College has made my experience at TCU exponentially more meaningful. These courses and interactions have taken my education beyond learning for a future career into learning truly for the sake of curiosity and exploration. TCU has shown me that I can be a change-maker in society and has provided me with the tools, knowledge and skills to do so.”
- Cameron Estrada
Social Work Major
Roswell, NM




"Being the first in my family to be able to attend college and pursue a bachelor’s degree meant a lot to me. I always knew I wanted to go to college and that the only way for me to pay was through scholarships. TCU has made a difference in my life by teaching me that there are no limits to my goals.”
- Adhali Frayre
Early Childhood Education Major
Fort Worth, TX


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