At TCU, students can build and maintain a local community garden. Research the effects of Texas wind farms on birds and bats. Study journalism in Washington, D.C., with alumnus Bob Schieffer. Or study abroad in 50 programs in 25 countries — all for class credit.

With a student-to-faculty ratio of 13:1, we offer this kind of personalized learning and much, much more. We're small enough for one-on-one mentoring but big enough to offer a world-class education.
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ROTC Spring Field Training Exercise

30 cadets board a CH-47 Chinook helicopter for transport to Fort Hood for three days of military training.
Harris College

Harris College Simulation Labs

Students engage in a learning center outside of the classroom to gain hands-on experience in a controlled environment.
Science and Engineering

Science and Engineering Student Research Symposium

A research symposium encourages students to begin thinking like scientists and to share their work.
Green Pavilion

Green Pavilion

Institute for Environmental Studies launches Green Pavilion at 2009 Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial Country Club.
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