Graduate study at TCU has a decentralized structure. That means you will apply directly and be admitted to one of the eight school/colleges that make up TCU. The Graduate Studies Office, located in suite 3101 in Sadler Hall, is responsible for programs and policies that support all graduate students. You can contact us for general information or about University level programs and events for graduate students. Office hours are 7:30 to 4:30 on Monday, Wednesday and 8:00 to 5:00 on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.
Anita Unger handles graduate student admission records and is the first contact for MLA students.
Graduate Programs Coordinator
TCU Box 297024
Debbie Mar is the contact point for all graduate finanical aid. Scholarship/Assistantship awards are made by specific programs and recorded in our office. Loan applications are also handled directly in the Graduate Studies Office.
Graduate Financial Aid Advisor
TCU Box 297012
Dr. Melhart has Institutional level responsibility for graduate programming and chairs the Graduate Council.
Dr. Bonnie Melhart
Associate Provost / Dean of University Programs
TCU Box 297024
See the College/School Contacts page for links to the admitting school and colleges.
The mission of Graduate Studies at TCU is to improve and advance graduate study at TCU, advocating for best practice and policy, supporting students, and monitoring student and program progress. This academic endeavor is in support of the TCU mission: To educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community.