tcu horned frogs
VICTOR J. BOSCHINI JR.
TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY (TCU)
is all about the experience. With a choice of 113
undergraduate areas of study, students have
opportunities to cultivate broader perspectives, as well
as to encourage and challenge one another, emerging
as leaders who have the capacity and conscience to
make a difference for the greater good.
The TCU academic culture promotes interdisciplinary
thinking and collaboration to give students a bigger
worldview. Professors love teaching, and mentoring
and connecting with students are top priorities. The
same professors conduct cutting-edge research, often
with undergraduates at their side.
Horned Frogs learn, live and play on a 283-acre, of cial
Tree Campus USA, shaded by a forest of more than
3,000 trees. All new construction is LEED-certi ed at
the Gold or Silver level, highlighting TCU’s commitment
to sustainability. The Campus Commons is home to the
university union, residence hall and academic facilities.
In the Intellectual Commons, the library and new
academic buildings provide technologically advanced
environments that complement TCU’s other state-ofthe
art classrooms and laboratories.
When not in class or studying, students can work out at
top-of-the-line recreation facilities, catch Big 12 NCAA
athletic competitions, and choose from among 240 cocurricular
organizations —all without leaving the campus.
TCU music, dance and theater performances, along with
art exhibitions, bring the larger community to campus
and contribute to the cultural life of North Texas.