TCU Advancement

University Advancement

College of Education

With state-of-the-art facilities in place, the College of Education has the opportunity to prepare graduates for the future. Your support will help assure that the College of Education continues to prepare exemplary leaders for diverse educational settings and related fields who are reflective, ethical, innovative, and committed to all learners. Gifts to the College of Education will enhance the overall experience by providing:

Endowment funds to support research, teaching and outreach efforts associated with centers, institutes and laboratory schools.

This allows TCU to impact surrounding communities.

Endowment funds for the Starpoint and KinderFrogs schools

This support enables TCU laboratory schools to continue their groundbreaking work in special education with aspiring educators and children with special needs, as well as to provide scholarships for students.

Endowment funds for professorships and a chair in the Center for Public Education

This helps TCU remain competitive with peer institutions.

Endowment funds for international student teaching

These experiences strengthen our graduates’ abilities to work with children from different cultures and to teach second language learners. Many education students from other countries also come to TCU to further their studies and broaden their experiences.

Financial support from sponsors as fellows for the Educational Leadership Principal Preparation program

This helps build future leaders in the schools.

Financial support for TRiO and Advise TX programs

These programs provide opportunities and guidance to minority students in matching career goals and academic abilities with the best postsecondary options so dreams can be fulfilled. Additional funding will allow students in the college’s growing graduate and doctoral programs to receive financial support as well as create operational funds for the programs offered.

Scholarship support for undergraduate programs, particularly in areas of critical need like science, mathematics, special education and English as a Second Language.

These funds give students the resources they need to receive a high quality education and become successful teachers.


Contact Us to learn how you can support the College of Education and its priorities.
College of Education
Marc Mitrano
Director of Development
817-257-4571
m.mitrano@tcu.edu

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