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TCU Announces Major Endowed Gift for the Anne Burnett Marion School of Medicine


Ashley and Greg Arnold of Dallas, Texas, have made a major gift to establish The Ashley and Greg Arnold Endowment to provide perpetual support for annual operations of the Anne Burnett Marion School of Medicine at Texas Christian University. This gift also supported Lead On: A Campaign for TCU, the university’s boldest fundraising campaign in its 150-year history.

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TCU Celebrates as it Tops $1 Billion for Lead On: A Campaign for TCU

TCU Celebrates as it Tops $1 Billion for Lead On: A Campaign for TCU


Donors, volunteers, alumni and friends gathered to experience an unforgettable moment in the life of TCU. Students, faculty and staff inspired. The Frog Horn blew. The TCU Rangers flew their flags. Singers sang. Dancers danced. And all chanted Riff Ram at the incredible announcement that TCU exceeded its most ambitious philanthropic campaign goal in its 150-year history, thanks to the support of 57,000 generous donors.

On Oct. 24, 2019, TCU announced the historic campaign goal to the community, and a mere four years later – through a global pandemic and unpredictable time – TCU surpassed its goal, serendipitously in its Sesquicentennial year.

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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.

Jakayla Dixon Inspires Through Her Company, Feel the Color


Jakayla Dixon ’23, recipient of the Washington Internship Endowment Fund Scholarship, majored in both political science and economics at TCU, and says her time at the university allowed her to follow her dream of serving the needs of those with disabilities.

Originally from Minden, Louisiana, Dixon is the founder and CEO of Feel the Color, a company that creates embroidered clothing tags for the blind and visually impaired. The inspiration behind this passionate venture is Dixon’s beloved Aunt Cynthia, a constant source of love and support for her. She has been blind for the entirety of Dixon’s life.

“Aunt Cynthia inspired the idea for my company, Feel the Color, by always asking me, ‘What color is this?’ She always liked clothes and fashion and enjoys looking her best. Since becoming blind, it is difficult for her to match her clothing.”

In addition to helping visually impaired individuals gain greater independence and confidence, Dixon works to address other challenges this community and others with disabilities face.

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TCU Celebrates Most Successful Fundraising Year Ever

TCU Celebrates Most Successful Fundraising Year Ever


Thanks to generous support from loyal and committed donors, TCU is celebrating its most successful fundraising year ever! May 31, 2023, marked the end of the final fiscal year of the historic Lead On: A Campaign for TCU, with more than $175 million raised to support the university’s people and programs and to set the foundation for the next 150 years of success at TCU.

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TCU Names Medical School to Honor the Late Anne Burnett Marion


Texas Christian University announced that the School of Medicine will be named the Anne Burnett Marion School of Medicine in honor of the late Anne Burnett Marion’s lifetime of friendship and support and her extraordinary generosity to the TCU School of Medicine. The estate of the late Anne Burnett Marion and The Burnett Foundation, a charitable foundation based in Fort Worth, have made a second $25 million gift to The Anne W. Marion Endowment in support of the TCU School of Medicine operations in perpetuity.

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Class of 2024 Medical Students

TCU Medical Students Receive Transformative Gift of Tuition


A generous anonymous family is covering the tuition bill for the upcoming school year for all 60 students in the TCU School of Medicine Class of 2024. "This gift is meaningful beyond words," said the school's founding dean, Dr. Stuart D. Flynn. "For the students in this class, it is truly powerful and will have a profound effect on their future."

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TCU receives $10 million gift for endowed scholarships in College of Education’s Andrews Institute


The late Paul E. Andrews, Jr., has made a $10 million gift to endow scholarships within TCU’s Andrews Institute of Mathematics & Science Education. As part of Lead On: A Campaign for TCU, the gift bolsters one of its highest priorities, which is increasing the endowment for TCU’s people, programs and progress.

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