As students pour back into the classroom to start another semester of learning, there are some things they won’t find in the pages of their assigned textbooks. That’s where we come in for TCU Trivia Thursday!
Did you know?
TCU was founded in 1873 as AddRan Male and Female College.
Jarvis, Foster and Waits were residence halls for women in the early 1930s.
The capacity of Amon G. Carter Stadium is 45,000.
That’s your refresher, now let’s try your hand at TCU Trivia!
When was TCU founded?
What is TCU’s total enrollment as of spring 2017 (include undergraduates and graduates)?
What Frog camp does not exist?
Where is Cindy located on campus?
Where was TCU first founded?
How many first-year students entered Fall 2016?
What is the percentage of male and female students on campus?
What is TCU’s four-year graduation rate?
How many faith traditions are represented among the student body?
Who donated money to upkeep the campus gardens and flowers every two weeks?
In 1970, TCU built an experimental residence hall. What was the residence hall called? Hint: It was bulldozed in 2015
Which of these do not belong in the Brown-Lupton University Union?