TCU is not known for diversity—most of the student body is Anglo-American. However, despite the lack of ethnic diversity on campus, the student body is open-minded, and students can’t recall any significant cases of racial prejudice at TCU. Many groups are working to increase diversity organizations on campus by forming special interest groups and Greek organizations.
Diversity is an area that has a lot of potential at TCU. Organizations such as the student-led Inclusiveness Task Force (ITF), cultural support groups, and numerous programs offered through Intercultural Education and Services, show that TCU is taking steps in the right direction in order to make campus more diverse. While TCU strives for a more diverse campus, the student body, and faculty alike are contributing to the effort by creating more and more organizations that continue to open everyone’s eyes.