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TCU’s Mary Couts Burnett Library

 

As a TCU social work student, you join a larger university that values academic achievement, personal freedom and integrity, the dignity and respect of the individual, inclusivity, tolerance, and service. Like our mascot, the Horned Frog, TCU is a “small but mighty” university where student learn to think and act as ethical leaders and global citizens.

A true community, TCU provides the support and resources you need to connect, grow, and learn. With over 200 student organizations to choose from, access to world class health and wellness facilities, and a campus that is alive with the arts and culture, TCU is a place where people are inspired and they inspire. To learn more about campus life at TCU, click HERE.

It feels like home when you walk on campus and when you talk to people. It just feels like this is a good place to be and people are invested in you succeeding.

-Cameron Navarro, Department of Social Work graduate student

Since 1974, the TCU Department of Social Work has played an important role in the promotion of social justice on our campus. Several years ago, TCU adopted an ambitious plan to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus, an effort that has been recognized nationally. To learn more about our efforts to reflect a diverse society and embrace difference, click HERE.

TCU has always been a place for dreamers, doers, and trailblazers. Our heritage and traditions speak to this legacy. In 2018, TCU adopted a new strategic plan, Vision in Action: Lead On, that is built around four major initiatives:

  • Strengthen Academic Profile & Reputation
  • Strengthen the Endowment
  • Strengthen the TCU Experience & Campus Culture
  • Strengthen the TCU Workforce

Click HERE to learn more about Vision in Action: Lead On. It is our plan to build a university for all where students receive the support they need to reach their full potential.