U.S. News & World Report ranked Texas Christian University a top 100 national university for the 14th year
in a row. The university was further recognized in the top 100 for its business, engineering
and nursing programs and also cracked the top list for Best Value Schools.
“We are pleased to see TCU recognized for its incredible learning environment and
an unmatched student experience,” Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. said. “I commend
our amazing students, staff and faculty who have built our strong community of learners
and our teacher/scholar model.”
TCU tied at No. 98 for Best National University. From the TCU Neeley School of Business,
the undergraduate entrepreneurship tied for No. 14, and the overall program tied for
No. 70. In the College of Science & Engineering, the undergraduate engineering program
tied for No. 69, and the undergraduate nursing program in the Harris College of Nursing
& Health Sciences tied for No. 86. TCU came in at No. 89 for Best Value Schools.
“Our mission is to offer an academic experience for our students that prepares them
for a lifetime of ethical leadership in a constantly evolving global economy,” said
President Daniel W. Pullin. “Criteria for rankings change often, but when we achieve
our mission, we not only serve the TCU community, but have wider impact that’s recognized
by others, including the Top 100. It is a wonderful achievement for those who work
hard each day and uphold TCU’s values.”
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