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Texas Christian University

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2800 S. University
Fort Worth, TX 76129
(817) 257-7808
(817) 257-7974 (fax)

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Texas Christian University (TCU) offers a world-class, values-centered experience for almost 10,000 students. Fort Worth provides a significant portion of that experience, from opportunities for read more
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    Texas Christian University (TCU) offers a world-class, values-centered experience for almost 10,000 students. Fort Worth provides a significant portion of that experience, from opportunities for community service to internships to employment. With some 87,700 Horned Frog alumni in the area, the community benefits as well. For example, Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences provides vital health care services. In the area's schools, TCU's Andrews Institute of Mathematics & Science Education works with hundreds of K-12 teachers and students annually. The university is an anchor in the cultural life of North Texas, with events like the Trinity Shakespeare Festival.. Each summer, TCU welcomes 90,000 participants to campus for conferences, camps and other events, while Big 12 Horned Frog athletics attract thousands more throughout the year.

    2015-2016 enrollment of 10,323
    8,894 undergraduates
    1,429 graduate students
    118 undergraduate areas of study
    53 master?s level programs (needs apostrophe)
    25 areas of doctoral study
    2,095 employees
    613 full-time faculty members
    83 percent hold the highest degree in their discipline
    Freshman-to-sophomore retention rate of 90 percent
    Student/faculty ratio of about 13:1
    87,700 living alumni

    Academic Divisions
    AddRan College of Liberal Arts
    Bob Schieffer College of Communication
    College of Education
    College of Fine Arts
    College of Science & Engineering
    Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences
    Neeley School of Business
    John V. Roach Honors College

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