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Your Investments Support the Powerful Work of Our Schools and Colleges

Schools and colleges across TCU's campus are home to faculty, staff and students whose work in the classroom, library and laboratory leads the charge for real-world impact beyond the borders of our campus. Their insight and commitment can motivate philanthropists of every level to give back and pay forward — all in support of the greater good.

A Lens Through Which to View the World

Addran College of Liberal Arts

Advancing discovery in the humanities and social sciences, AddRan College of Liberal Arts is TCU’S largest and most wide-reaching college. AddRan’s rich palette of inquiry promotes critical thinking and problem-solving skills in disciplines as diverse as religion, criminal justice, anthropology, political science and philosophy. Your generosity will help tomorrow’s leaders continue to ask the most important questions as they explore the human condition.

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Adam Baggs
Assistant Vice Chancellor, School and College Development
817-257-5332

Connecting Ideas With Integrity

Bob Schieffer College of Communication

Just like its namesake, respected CBS journalist and Face the Nation legend Bob Schieffer ’59, the Bob Schieffer College of Communication stands for integrity and civility. Nationally recognized faculty guide students to success in classrooms domestically and abroad, in award-winning student agencies and media. Schieffer students connect the world through all forms of communication, including interpersonal, organizational, intercultural and mass-mediated through advertising, film, journalism and public relations.

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Jennifer Pearson
Director of Development
817-257-7275

Uniquely Equipped to Prepare Educational Leaders

College of Education

TCU is the only university in the nation with two on-campus laboratory schools for special educational needs, giving our College of Education students a major advantage in preparing for the future while serving the community. Your philanthropic investments help assure that the college continues to create exemplary leaders for diverse educational settings and related fields – leaders who are reflective, ethical, innovative and committed to all learners.

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Marc Mitrano
Director of Development
817-257-4571

Putting Passion Into Practice

College of Fine Arts

TCU’s College of Fine Arts stands on an international reputation for excellence in the arts, allowing us to attract an array of the most talented students from across the globe. Future artists and performers come to TCU for many reasons: personal attention from accomplished faculty, a well-rounded liberal arts foundation, and career opportunities within a vibrant cultural community.

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Ellie Hahn
Director of Development
817-257-5149

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Early Opportunities for Meaningful Research

College of Science & Engineering

Our College of Science & Engineering continues to elevate TCU’s academic profile, providing students with practical experiences and research opportunities needed for successful careers and further study in science, engineering and mathematics, plus math and science education. Opportunities for participation in research exist in every department and program, most notably at the undergraduate level, which is a TCU distinction within higher education.

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Valerie Desantis Bechtel
Assistant Dean for Advancement
817-257-7020

The Rich Legacy of Tomorrow’s Health Care

Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences

Addressing the needs of an ever-evolving health care system, Harris graduates receive superb clinical training framed by ethical leadership development. This storied college enjoys a stellar reputation and comprises the fields of nursing, nurse anesthesia, social work, kinesiology and communication sciences and disorders, preparing students for deeply rewarding careers helping others and enhancing global health.

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Laura Patton
Director of Development
817-257-5032

Discovering More for the Love of Learning

John V. Roach Honors College

The John V. Roach Honors College is a learning community of academic excellence where high-achieving students explore the complexities of knowledge. Our Honors students participate in interdisciplinary learning through a curriculum designed to explore big questions that push students outside of their comfort zones. Honors develops critical thinking and problem-solving, exposes students to new ideas and diverse environments, awakens students’ innate curiosities, and instills a passion for lifelong learning.

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Shelly Frank
Director of Development
817-257-4735

Taking Care of Business & Winning International Accolades

Neeley School of Business

For more than 75 years, the Neeley School of Business has produced ethical business leaders uniquely positioned to make their mark on the world. Neeley faculty and staff are committed to empowering students with the Neeley promise: to unleash human potential with leadership at the core and innovation in our spirit. Consistently recognized as a premier business school by The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, The Economist, Forbes and U.S. News & World Report, the Neeley School takes great pride in coaching the next generation of leaders to shape business in Texas, the nation and beyond.

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Elizabeth Deegan
Senior Director of Development
817-257-7291

A New Kind of Medical School — Not Just for TCU, but for the World

TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine

The TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine opened in July 2019 with a remarkable vision and an inaugural class of 60 students from across the country. Eventually growing to a full enrollment of 240, the program will elevate our community's already high standard of health care while addressing Texas’ current physician shortage. Under the leadership of founding dean Stuart D. Flynn, an experienced senior staff has designed an innovative curriculum to train Empathetic ScholarsTM prepared for the future of medicine.

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Kenton Watt
Senior Director of Development
817-257-6703

Created for the Intersection of Ideas & a Changing Workplace

School of Interdisciplinary Studies

To prepare the leaders of tomorrow, TCU’s School of Interdisciplinary Studies transcends traditional academic boundaries, integrating ideas and knowledge from two or more disciplines. Students benefit from this higher-level approach by making new discoveries and enhancing their creativity, analytical skills and critical thinking — allowing them to tackle problems too complex to be faced with just one area of expertise. These TCU students will build bridges and solve problems with empathy, perspective and innovation.

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Angela Strittmatter
Director of Development
817-257-4397