TCU: Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr.

Chancellor's Scholars Program

 

Texas Christian University's Chancellor's Scholars program, a four-year academic scholarship program, is jointly managed by the Office of the Chancellor, the Office of Admission, the Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Aid, the John V. Roach Honors College, and Student Development Services. Chancellor's Scholars are selected as entering freshmen and awarded full-tuition scholarships. This process is highly competitive and includes an interview weekend on campus.

 

The Chancellor's Scholars Program has provided full four-year academic scholarships to more than 500 students during its history. Currently, the University funds 215 Chancellor’s Scholarships. During the 2015-16 academic year, we have several returning Scholars and 64 first-year Scholars.

 

In addition to receiving substantial financial support, Chancellor's Scholars also experience opportunities to interact with the Chancellor including a retreat and year-end luncheon, social activities, a dining etiquette and interview skills dinner, participate in an international experience and special recognition at Commencement for graduating students. A Chancellor’s Scholars directory is published each year and distributed to Scholars' parents and family and members of TCU’s Board of Trustees. Programming and support for the Chancellor's Scholars are provided through the Office of the Chancellor. For additional information, please contact Michael Marshall at 817-257-7783 or m.marshall@tcu.edu.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

How are Chancellor's Scholars selected?

Chancellor's Scholarship recipients must first meet academic benchmarks to be considered. The committee then reviews leadership accomplishments, service records, and extracurricular activities. Subsequently, approximately the top two percent of the most talented, accomplished applicants will be invited to participate in on-campus interviews at the Chancellor’s Scholars Weekend in February*.

 

What is the academic profile of Chancellor's Scholars?

The average SAT and ACT is 2181 and 33, respectively. Most recipients also will rank in the top three percent of their graduating class, many of whom are at the top of their class.

 

What is TCU's financial commitment for funding the Chancellor's Scholars program?

The four-year value of the scholarship for each recipient is more than $162,000, not including additional programming activity costs for the group. The total investment in the 215 Chancellor's Scholars exceeds $8.7 million.

 

*Chancellor’s Scholars Weekend 2016 will be February 18-20. Finalists of the scholarship will receive notification pertaining to the interview weekend in early January.

 

More information is available at: http://www.chancellorsscholars.tcu.edu.