In 1962 TCU professors imagined how an Honors Program could set the campus standard for learning, exploration, and achievement. That vision became a reality.
Over the course of 48 years, TCU Honors students performed ground-breaking cancer research in laboratories, staged award-winning plays, produced nationally recognized journalism, composed pulsating musical scores, and served as student government leaders. They studied all over the world in places such as London, Vienna, Paris, Barcelona, Hong Kong, and Sydney.
The remarkable success stories of TCU Honors students were rewarded with the 2009 founding of an endowed college: the John V. Roach Honors College.
TCU Honors students benefit from the University’s best resources and receive an undergraduate experience as rich and rewarding as can be found on any college campus in the United States.