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Texas Christian University
Texas Christian University was established as AddRan Male and Female College in 1873, by Addison and Randolph Clark. It was the first coeducational higher education institution in the state. In 1895, the College was renamed AddRan Christian University and moved from the Thorp Springs location to Waco. By 1902, it was renamed Texas Christian University. A fire in 1910 caused the university to move to its current location, in Fort Worth. Two of the original four buildings still exist on the 272-acre campus.
More than 9,500 students, pursue bachelor's degrees, master's and doctorate degrees from TCU's 195 majors and programs. Business remains a popular major for students as this private doctoral/research university. The Neely School of Business remains one of the highly respected business schools in the country. The Horned Frogs will soon move from the Mountain West Conference to the Big 12 Conference, for its sports competitions. While in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, check into a local Best Western hotel for a wonderful night's rest.
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