A growing number of students are reporting mental health concerns on college campuses.
Author: Abbey Block
Science, technology, engineering and math, commonly known as STEM, continue to be male-dominated fields.
CRES curriculum from TCU Student Media on Vimeo. Thanks to a student-led initiative, a new curriculum focusing on race, culture and ethnicity may be coming to TCU. A year-and-a-half ago, a group of TCU students went to Assistant Professor of History Dr. Max Krochmal and asked for more classes that focused on […]
Fifty years later, TCU continues to grow and support the class of 1966.
With 20 spots reserved for TCU graduates, the new joint medical school with UNTHSC is proving to be attractive for seniors.
Lead NOW is open to first-year female students and provides opportunities for female students who want to develop confidence and leadership skills.
TCU researcher looks to continue his studies in finding a connection between yogurt and the brain.
Students who have completed 53-84 credit hours can take part in lunch roulette and gain free lunch and a faculty mentor.
The new Board of Visitors Founders Award will highlight an individual whose achievements exemplify the mission and values of the honors college.
The Honors College hosted three candidates vying for a new position that will focus on the place of science in society.