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To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community
1st step= Application essay:
TCU is described as a selective university, and our Admission and Scholarship Committees review thousands of applications each year. Essays tell us a great deal about our candidates and allow for expression of writing styles, organizational skills, and imagination. With the freedom to be serious, humorous, or somewhere in between, write an essay of 300-500 words that addresses one of the following topics:
A) At TCU, our mission statement is very important to us: “To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.” This is integrated into all aspects of the TCU experience. If you were to write a mission statement about your life, what would it be, and how does this mission direct your life and goals?
B) Tell us about one of the most significant people, experiences, or circumstances that has shaped your life thus far. How has he, she, or it influenced your character? How might you use what you have learned to achieve your goals?
C) Throughout time, individuals deemed by society as “great” often pointed to some failure in their lives as a pivotal moment leading them to their successful path. Tell us about a time in your life in which failure propelled you toward success.
D) In her best-selling novel The Secret Life of Bees, TCU alumna Sue Monk Kidd writes, “the hardest thing on Earth is choosing what matters.” What matters to you?
2nd step= Supplemental questions
What makes TCU a great fit for you? (Maximum Length: 100 words)
How would you describe your personal character? (Maximum Length: 100 words)
Why are you interested in the selection of major(s) you have indicated in this application? (Maximum Length: 100 words) (I want to study Criminal Justice with the intent of being a DEA special agent)