U.S. News & World Report ranked Texas Christian University a top 100 national university for the 13th consecutive year, coming in at No. 89 for 2022’s Best National Universities. TCU’s engineering, business and nursing programs are each ranked in the top 100, as did the university as a Best College for Veterans.
“Join me in applauding and celebrating TCU’s world-class faculty, staff and students for their outstanding dedication to our mission and vision,” Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr., said. “While these rankings only tell a portion of the Horned Frog student achievement and academic excellence story, it is reaffirming to see TCU consistently ranked among the best in the nation.”
The entrepreneurship program at the Neeley School of Business ties at No. 25 for Best Undergraduate Business Programs in Entrepreneurship, following its debut last year at No. 28. TCU Neeley also was recognized at No. 73 for Best Undergraduate Business Programs Overall.
The TCU undergraduate engineering program in the College of Science & Engineering tied for No. 49 in Best Undergraduate Engineering – No Doctorate. After its inaugural appearance last year, the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences tied at No. 67 for Best Undergraduate Nursing Programs. The College of Education tied at No. 54 for Best Undergraduate Teaching.
TCU also ranked No. 56 for Best Colleges for Veterans.
“We look forward to celebrating this and so much more in our 150th year,” Chancellor Boschini said.
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