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Texas Christian University

Duet 7th
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Carolina Hernandez

on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of Texas Christian University

Cost Application Checklist Information Degrees Offered:
Certificate
Bachelor's
Post-Bachelor's certificate
Master'sFirst professional
First professional certificate
Student Faculty Ratio:13.6:1
8,229 Students
Male 41%. Female 59%Most Popular Majors:Business/Commerce, General
GPA: 3.7 (4.0 Scale) /SAT: 1850 /ACT: 27
31%-White
15%- African American
50%- Hispanic
4%- Others Majors Animals
Ranch Management
Arts
Anthropology
Art
Ballet
Classical and Contemporary Dance
Fashion Merchandising
Interior Design
Music Theatre
Business
Accounting
Business Information Systems
Communication Studies
Fashion Merchandising
Interior Design
Finance
Food Management (Nutrition)
Marketing
Mathematics
Management
PsychologySociologySupply and Value Chain TCU Spirit Texas Christian University Application
Application Fee
$40- Freshman
$50-International Students
Official High School Transcript
Essay
300-500 words

Activities Resume
"Freedom of Expression" (optional)
Counselor Evaluation
Teacher Evaluation (optional for admission, but mandatory forscholorship consideration)
SAT or ACT Scores
Official college transcript from each institution attended A] Those we call great will usually point to some failure in their lives as a pivotal moment leading them to their successful path. Tell us about a time in your life where failure, not success, spurred you on to do something you may not have otherwise done.
B] At TCU, our mission statement is very important to us. “To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.” This is integrated into all aspects of the TCU experience. If you were to write a mission statement about your life, what would it be and how does this mission direct your life and goals?
C] Some students enter college having already chosen a course of study, others have not yet narrowed their fields of interest. If you have decided on an area of study or career path, what led you to this decision? If you have not yet determined your academic path, what steps do you plan to take in making that decision, and what new experiences are you looking toward to help narrow your choices?
D] Tell us about the most significant person, experience, or circumstance which has shaped your life thus far. How has it influenced your character? How might you use what you have learned from it to achieve your goals and ambitions? ComputersBusiness Information SystemsComputer Information Technology
Computer Science
Engineering
Graphic Design (Art)
Education
Art
Child Development
Communication Studies
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Computer Science
DanceEducationEnglishHistoryJournalism
Kinesiology
Mathematics
Music
Spanish EnvironmentAnthropologyAstronomyEnvironmental Earth ResourcesEnvironmental ScienceGeographyGeology
Physics
Family ServicesChild DevelopmentCommunication Sciences and DisordersDieteticsNeuroscienceNursingNutritionPsychologyReligionSocial WorkSociology Law/Government
Anthropology
Criminal Justice
Economics
English
History
Modern Language Studies
Philosophy
Political ScienceSociology
Media
Communication Studies
English
Film-Television-Digital Media
Journalism
Theatre
Writing
Medical
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemistry
Child Development
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Dietetics
Health and Fitness
Kinesiology
Neuroscience
Nursing
Nutrition
Psychology once recognized by ESPN as the nation’s number-one mascot
became the official mascot of TCU in 1979 Cheerleaders Showgirls Mascot 20 members
perform in front of sold out crowds and TCU football, baseball, and basketball games support the athletics programs by generating enthusiasm and energy to the TCU faithful
Features two squads
Co-Ed Squad consisting of 5-7 couples
All-Girls Squad consists of 12-16 members the TCU student-athletes sing the Alma Mater along with the fans and students in attendance
Horned Frogs Alma Mater
Hail All Hail, TCU
Memories Sweet, Comrades True
Light of Faith, Follow Through
Praist to Thee, TCU History Founded by brothers Addison and Randolph Clark (1873) in Thorp Spring, Texas
as AddRan Male and Female College
Moved to Waco in 1895
Name was changed:
1889- AddRan Christian University
1902- Texas Christian University
Relocated to downtown Fort Worth in 1910
Waco facility burned
1911- opened three new buildings on the present campus in Topics Athletics Baseball
Baketball
Cross Country
Equestrian
Football
Golf
Rifle
Women :
Soccer
Swimming & Diving
Track & Feild
Tennis
Volleyball
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