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Chancellor announces early start date for fall semester

Classes will begin Aug. 17, and the university will forgo Labor Day and fall break to finish the semester before Thanksgiving.

TCU ranked No. 15 in Princeton Review’s “Best College Dorms”

The Princeton Review ranked TCU No. 15 on the list of "Best College Dorms," according to the company's annual book, "The Best 377 Colleges," released in August.

Students weigh in on the “Big Questions”

As a part of TCU 360's "Big Questions" partnership with Student Development Services and the John V. Roach Honors College, TCU 360 asked a...

360 Degrees with Dr. Melody Johnson, former superintendent of Fort Worth ISD

The TCU College of Education welcomed its newest faculty member and former superintendent of the Fort Worth Independent School District, Dr. Melody Johnson, on...

360 degrees with TCU volleyball’s Kristen Hester

The successful athletic journey of Fort Worth native Kristen Hester began in 6th grade. Despite growing up in a basketball family, Kristen and her sister,...

360 Degrees with Dr. Kathy Cavins-Tull, the new Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs

In July, TCU welcomed Dr. Kathy Cavins-Tull as the new Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs. Before joining the Horned Frog community, Cavins-Tull served as...

360 degrees with former Miss Texas, Ashley Melnick

Senior broadcast journalism major Ashley Melnick took a year off of school from TCU after being crowned Miss Texas in 2010. Now back on campus, Melnick...

360 Degrees with Miss Texas, Kendall Morris

Broadcast journalism major Kendall Morris was crowned Miss Texas in July of last year. After finishing in the top 10 at the 2012 Miss...

LaDainian Tomlinson, focused on getting student athletes to college

Transforming his youth football camp into an academically charged launching pad for aspiring collegiate athletes is next on the agenda for former Horned Frog...

TCU police report lower instances of public intoxication at games

TCU police officers are teaming with Fort Worth police officers to crack down on public intoxication at football games. There have been lower public intoxication reports...
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