Interview 113: Darrell Edmonds on "Why I came back to the University of Delaware"
Interview 115: Jon Boeckenstedt on "Ethical vs Unethical Admissions"

Interview 114: Heath Einstein on “Understanding TCU”

Heath Einstein
  • Mark and Julia both interview Heath
  • Heath gives his backstory
  • Heath answers the following questions:
  • “Who is TCU”; How does the mission at TCU impact the educational experience?
  • Why should students consider TCU if they don’t identify as Christian?
  • The mascot at TCU is a “horn Frog”; what is a Horn Frog?
  • TCU is known for its School spirit, the Horned Frogs; where does this come from, and how does it impact the student experience?
  • TCU is also known for friendly people and a strong sense of community; where does this come from, and what does this look like?
  • Describe the TCU campus.
  • Tell us about your core curriculum and how it impacts a TCU education.
  • How does Greek life impact the TCU experience and culture?
  • Is TCU a conservative college?
  • What can you say about Career services and your Honors college
  • Comment on some of TCU’s strongest programs: Business, Communications, Nursing, Pre-Med, Biology, and Health Sciences
  • Fine arts, Dance, and Theater and Other strong programs?
  • Do you admit by college or by major, and which programs are the hardest to get into?
  • What is the Freedom of Expression, and how does that impact ad missions decisions
  • What are some of the institutional priorities of TCU?
  • Heath goes on the hot seat in our lightning round and you have to hear what he says about Albert Einstein!

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