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Some background on what makes TCU special and some important tips for first-year students.
Due to COVID-19, there was a virtual concert for TCU Orchestra in the Community Commons on March 15, 2021

Community belonging: The importance of finding a place in college

Finding connection at TCU begins before students come to school, said Kathy Cavins-Tull, vice chancellor for student affairs. From normal orientation to Frog Camp, these events provide a sense of community before moving in, Cavins-Tull said.

The Kimbell Art Musuem to celebrate 50 years of history

The Kimbell Art Museum, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, is banking on building a relationship with young people to help ensure it continues to thrive.
Students at Frog Camp

How Frog Camp has touched the lives of TCU student facilitators

Since 1993 Frog Camps have been a part of TCU’s tradition. Incoming first-years gather for days and create memories they will never forget. Sophomores to seniors mentor first-years as they make their first college memories. 

How Neeley’s Sales Center enhances students’ sales abilities

With the help of the Sales Center in the Neeley School of Business, students have the opportunity to learn different sales techniques and meet with mentors.

TCU’s Race and Reconciliation Initiative paves the road to reconciliation

TCU’s race and reconciliation initiative is a five-year study that began in July 2020. Provost Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg appointed a 28-member committee to research TCU’s history by uncovering documents and artifacts to share with the public. 

Turn back the clock: Looking at the years leading up to TCU’s sesquicentennial

As TCU’s 150th year approaches, it is clear that times have changed when looking at student life throughout the years. 

A TCU tradition: The 14th annual Frogstock music festival

Frogstock is an annual end-of-year tradition on campus. Students gather for activities, free food and tunes.

Celebrating creativity: TCU students showcase talent at annual research festival

Undergraduate and graduate students presented their research, creative projects and videos at the annual Schieffer College Research and Creative Festival at the end of the spring 2022 semester.

Art and ecology collide in TCU’s zoo enrichment course

Throughout TCU's zoo enrichment course, students explore the ecological behavior of wild animals to gain insights into the types of stimuli that they encounter naturally.
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