Accounting major used a patchwork of loans, scholarships, grants and work-study jobs to make TCU more affordable.
TCU’s first African-American Homecoming queen, king, cheerleader, ROTC member and alumni president are recognized at Inclusiveness dinner.
Four of TCU’s key decision makers share insights on why the university is tightening its belt, increasing financial aid and continuing to embrace TCU’s long-term vision for a world-class, values-centered university.
Alumnae Starr Spangler ’08 and her brother spanned the globe to become $1 million winners of “The Amazing Race.”
Communications major kept up good grades despite negative influences to earn scholarship and grants.
Even the teachers are students in the TCU/Museum School partnership.
When he came up short to questions his young daughters were asking about our world, actor/director/author Turk Pipkin turned to rocket scientist Sir Joseph Rotblat and eight other Nobel Laureates, then made a movie of their conversations.
Community Scholars program helped tenor get into TCU, which once seemed “unattainable.”
Single mom never gave up dream of nursing degree.
Nursing instructor, public health class help implement features in the federal Safe Routes to School initiative, making schoolchildren safer and getting more exercise.