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Candid Conversation with the Chancellor

A Special Message: Frog Family Update

Typically, this is an exciting time of year with the start of spring on our beautiful campus. However, this is clearly not a routine year as we all do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout our community and nation.

We want to update you on our business continuity plan. University Advancement is making every effort to ensure the timeliness and quality of the work we are doing for you. With this in mind, we have implemented a plan to protect our employees and to continue delivering high-level service to our alumni, parents and friends.

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LEAD ON: Moving Forward Together

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.

Leading the Charge: The Future of Science

These gifted young brothers could have gone to college anywhere. They chose TCU.

You may have heard about TCU's youngest-ever scholars, brothers Carson and Cannan Huey-You.

If you haven't, you will. These kids are the future. And the future is looking bright.

Cannan, age 14, is now a TCU junior, and 17-year-old Carson ’17 is pursuing a Ph.D. in physics and getting a master’s along the way.

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Leading the Change: Bequest Allows Professor to Examine Costs of War Through Liberal Arts Lens

Professor Kara Dixon Vuic never met former Horned Frog Benjamin Schmidt. But she honors his life every day in her work at TCU.

Schmidt was killed in 2011 in Afghanistan, where he was stationed as a U.S. Marine sniper. He had withdrawn from the university during his sophomore year to serve his country, intending to retire from the military and re-enroll at TCU to study history and eventually become a professor.

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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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