Lead On Initiatives
With this campaign’s bold and unprecedented goals must come extraordinary individuals who can lead TCU to ever-greater achievement. Learn more about the campaign here.Learn More
GATE Dates and Topics
Find out key dates and learn more about being a Graduate Assistant at TCU.Read More
History of TCU
TCU began as a family endeavor in 1873, an enriching place of spirited belonging for men and women of character to acquire a liberal arts education and strive to serve the greater good. Nearly 150 years later, we are still that place.
Race & Reconciliation Initiative
The Race & Reconciliation Initiative (RRI) is an academically-based, historically-focused initiative designed to investigate and document TCU’s relationship with slavery, racism, and the Confederacy. This academic endeavor will span multiple years. The focus for 2020-2021 is on Black Americans and TCU’s experiences with racism, slavery and the Confederacy. Histories related to other identities will be explored in subsequent years. Through the RRI, TCU will align with more than 60 universities worldwide as part of the Universities Studying Slavery Consortium, a movement designed for sharing research and strategies through semi-annual gatherings. Ultimately, the RRI helps the university embrace an active role in understanding and healing our community.