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Texas Christian University

Texas Christian University is located five miles from the heart of downtown Fort Worth, a city that has a vibrant mix of historic character, commerce, culture and entertainment all accentuated by its warm, friendly people.

Founded in 1873, Texas Christian University is a private university. TCU limits its total undergraduate and graduate enrollment to approximately 7,000 students so that personalized programs and services can be provided to all students.

TCU has a long-standing reputation for excellence in academic teaching and research, and is accredited by all major accreditation associations. TCU's M. J. Neeley School of Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Although TCU, like most private universities in the U.S., was founded by a Christian denomination, it is today an independent institution. As such it attracts students and faculty from many different cultures and faiths. Religious instruction is not a component of the MBA curriculum.

Located in a residential area of the city near major cultural and business centers, the 237-acre, landscaped campus is itself a community. University facilities include a major resource library and a full range of recreational facilities.

Source: TCU Website

Effective Fall of 2017 - TCU is Tobacco-Free

TCU Neeley School of Business