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5 out of 5
Degree: Advertising
Graduation Year: 2011

TCU is a great school for people looking for a well rounded college career. The options are endless. The class size is perfect for those who learn better in a smaller environment. Professors are very willing to help and love to be asked for help.

5 out of 5
Degree: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2014

TCU is an amazing college with a big time university feel, but the personalization of a small, private school. It has everything there is too offer if you are willing to get involved and meet new people. I will forever bleed purple!

2 out of 5
Degree: Ministry
Graduation Year: 2003

Overall this is a good school. Brite Divinity School has some excellent professors. The Masters of Divinity program however, has too many hours of classes that do not prepare you for practical ministry Most of my practical ministry skills were learned at stole camp. Also, if you are a second career ministry student, be aware that Brite could care less about you. They do not have night and evening classes for second career students like Phillips does. Brite expects you to be able to go to school full-time which is unrealistic if you are already in a career. Brite has also lagged way behind in creating online classes....can we just say they are in the stone age! .

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