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Texas Christian University鈥檚 enrollment for fall 2023 increased 4.2% overall to 12,785. This includes a 3.7% increase in undergraduate students to 10,915 and a 6.9% increase in graduate enrollment to 1,870. All numbers are in comparison to fall 2022.

Retention numbers were once again very strong with TCU retaining first-time-in-college students at a rate of 94.3%. This is even higher than the 91.7% achieved in 2022 and the 91.3% achieved in 2021.

鈥淭CU鈥檚 strong retention rate for first-year students speaks to our premier first-year experience and programs, our incredible faculty and staff, and the strong, ever-present Horned Frog culture of connection,鈥 Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. said. 鈥淭he demand for a TCU education grows stronger each year.鈥

Another notable statistic is that undergraduate transfer students were up 10.5 percent. 

鈥淥ur admissions team did an excellent job this year in keeping our enrollment strong while specifically growing our transfer population to meet TCU's current needs,鈥 Heath Einstein, dean of admission, said.

The enrollment of first-year students remained steady for 2023, which 鈥 because of growth in recent years 鈥 helps in the areas of housing and first-year experience.

TCU鈥檚 two largest undergraduate enrollments continue to be in the  and in the . TCU Neeley added 236 undergraduate students for a total of 3,215, up 7.9%. CSE added 119 undergraduate students for a total of 2,286, up 5.5%. The  experienced the biggest jump in undergraduate enrollment: 10.7% to 1,475.

鈥淲e remain committed to a recruitment and acceptance process that attracts a talented, diverse and well-rounded student body. It is one of the many things that makes TCU special,鈥 Einstein said.  鈥淲e continue to employ a truly holistic approach, such as our current , to ensure those goals.鈥 

The rest of TCU鈥檚 enrollment increase came by way of graduate enrollment. The College of Education took the biggest leap, up 20% to 276. TCU Neeley was next with an increase of 15.9% to 408, remaining TCU鈥檚 largest graduate program.

鈥淔rom our admissions process to our student experience and, of course, the classroom, I am always impressed by our faculty and staff members鈥 commitment to student success,鈥 President Daniel W. Pullin said. 鈥淭his is what attracts talented students to TCU and why they want to stay.鈥

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