It’s all about connection.
We believe students thrive when they form relationships that make them feel connected – to each other, to the campus community and to the world around them. With its emphasis on fundamental issues that humans have explored throughout existence, the study of philosophy brings this belief to life.
From small classes and student organizations to opportunities for study abroad, majoring in philosophy at TCU allows you to develop relationships with professors, discover the world and establish a strong academic and professional support network.
TCU Philosophy Club
This student-run club is open to any TCU student, no matter your major. It provides a forum for students who are interested in philosophy, or in general intellectual enrichment, to get together outside of class and discuss philosophy. Meetings are lively and relatively informal. Topics, activities and meeting days/times are determined by the members.
Contact Beth Philp for further information.
Ronald E. Moore Symposium in the Humanities
The Ronald E. Moore Humanities Symposium is sponsored by the Ronald E. Moore Foundation. Moore was a TCU alumnus, Fort Worth native and patron of the arts and humanities. The symposium is also supported by TCU’s John V. Roach Honors College, AddRan College of Liberal Arts and Philosophy Department.Learn more.