Admission to the University
Qualified undergraduate students are admitted to the University rather than to a specific program, school or college. Application deadlines and notification dates for freshman and transfer applicants are stated in the Application for Undergraduate Admission. Deadlines for applying for financial aid may be obtained by contacting the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.
Health Record and Insurance
All new students, regardless of academic classification, must have a Report of Medical History on file in the Brown-Lupton Health Center. All undergraduate students taking nine or more semester hours are required to have health insurance either through the TCU Student Health Insurance Plan or through another individual or family plan. Students who do not choose to participate in the University's Student Health Insurance Plan must waive participation online by entering before a specific deadline the name of their private insurance carrier.
Residence Hall Requirement
Unmarried students under 21 years of age classified as freshmen or sophomore at the time of registration and enrolling for nine or more semester hours are required to live on campus unless living at their parents' residence. Students who are 17 years old or younger at the time of registration will be approved to live in residence halls on a case-by-case basis.
International Visa Students
Refer to the section in this catalog titled International Student Admission.
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