With multidisciplinary Rees-Jones Hall now open, students and professors have a new technology-rich, 21st century place to learn together.
Little-seen treasures from the TCU Permanent Art Collection made a public display on campus in February.
International disease detective Rebecca Coulborn’98 tracks the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
In 1935, TCU Forensics became the first all-white debate team from a university in the South to host historically black Wiley College on its campus.
Pre-Health Professions Institute students connect coursework to the real world as new emergency room interns.
July 31, 2015
Basketball facility on schedule to open Nov. 13 after nearly $80 million upgrade.
July 21, 2015
Heisman hopeful Trevone Boykin was the main attraction at the Big 12 Media Days, but his mind is on his teammates.
As preseason favorites, TCU Football is the center of attention on the first day of Big 12 Media Days.
Campus News: Alma Matters
Students in the M.J. Neeley School of Business’ social entrepreneurship class design and market handmade jewelry to assist struggling women in Ethiopia.
Economic development scholar Dawn Elliott helps people in transition with financial literacy.
As TCU’s annual Frogs For The Cure turned 10 last fall, the effort’s driving force found new meaning in the cause.
Modern Languages professor Joshua Blaylock links TCU with elite festival of films for academic discourse.
Sports: Riff Ram
Jill Pape Kramer ’00 was TCU volleyball’s first scholarship student-athlete. In December, she returned to TCU as Director of Volleyball.
Stand-up paddleboarding is among the nation’s hottest water sports, and Tyler Marshall ’10 wants you to get on board.
Alumni, Web Extras
John Giordano ’60 (MM ’63) has been a major player on the Fort Worth music scene for more than four decades, from conducting the symphony to serving as jury chairman of the Van Cliburn competition. This year, he retired from TCU.
If you could go back to college and pick a different major, what would it be? Why?