Senior Year

The Senior Year is focused on understanding what it means to be a citizen of the global community. Seniors will have already studied abroad and experienced many encounters that could be classified as global. Part of the Senior Year is helping students understand how to integrate all their experiences into who they are becoming.

In addition to global community education, the Senior Year focuses on closure and transition. Senior Days allow students to begin to think about all that must happen within the year.

The Ring Ceremony is a celebration of the transition into the senior year. On Family Weekend, senior students and their family members gather for a ceremonial presentation of class rings. The TCU Mission Statement Scholarships are also presented at this event, recognizing seniors who actively exemplify the mission and values of the University.

The Senior Conference is a great time for students to develop skills that will transfer into a graduate program or work situation.

The Senior Fair enables students to do all that they need to do to actually graduate.

The Senior Toast allows students the opportunity to enjoy friends and toast their past and their future.

Senior Days and the Chancellor's Reception encourage students to celebrate their accomplishments, thank their faculty and enjoy time with family and friends.

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