On a still Texas evening you can hear the roar of Fort Worth's favorite lion from the Fort Worth Zoo. This University is nestled between some of Fort Worth's most famous residential real estate. Homes range for 1918 Tudors to bluff-side mansions in Colonial Hills. Some of Fort Worth's most desirable views are just walking distance from the Horned Frog Football Stadium.
Texas Christian University is a private, coeducational University located in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. TCU is affiliated with, but not governed by, the Disciples of Christ. Its mascot is the "horned frog." Home to
- Enrollment of 9,925
- 8,640 undergraduates
- 1,285 graduate students
- 130 undergraduate areas of study
- 61 master’s level programs
- 24 areas of doctoral study
This school and neighborhood are filled with tradition and charm!
Fort Worth’s Legendary neighborhood Colonial Hills, home to the famous Colonial Country Club and golf course established in 1936. This neighborhood is the essence of Fort Worth: tons of history here folks! The sprawling homes and winding streets are some of Fort Worth’s most desirable real estate. Nestled next to Texas Christian University, one can hear the horned frogs being cheered on during Football season. And try to find parking in the month of May…the Crown Plaza Invitational is one of Fort Worth’s most popular events for the golf enthusiast; legends like Ben Hogan graced these greens. This is a treasured neighborhood and a Fort Worth favorite.