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Reasons to attend and to not attend Texas Christian University
- “The size. It’s not too big and not too small. You get to meet a large and diverse group of students, but you’re still able to meet with your professors easily and know a lot of people on campus.”
- “The community here is really great. People here are really kind and open-minded.”
- “The school spirit is great. During football season it is wild and a lot of fun.”
- “It’s welcoming, positive, and has a close-knit environment.”
- “The size of the campus, and all of the amenities are really helpful.”
- “I’ve learned so much about myself and who I am because of the way the school is set up. It pushes you to develop yourself.”
- “The size of the student body as well as the personality of the student body. People are really nice and the school is small enough that you can feel like you’re making a difference and engaging with lots of people.”
- “The class sizes are really good. There are the few classes that have 100 students or more, but most of them are 15-30 people in a class.” [The average class size is 27]
To Not Attend
- “It’s really expensive.” [For the 2020-2021 academic year, the total fees to attend TCU are $51,660.]
- “Don’t attend if you want to feel like you’re living in the middle of a big city. It feels like a close-knit and small town on campus.”
- “If you’re looking for a more introverted college experience.”
- “If you don’t like small colleges. You do get a feeling that you know a lot of people on campus. That could be something you want or don’t want.”
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