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The information below can help you fully engage with CRES. Undergraduate and graduate students can learn how to share their voice in CRES committees and links below will help faculty members join the CRES community.

CRES welcomes faculty and staff affiliates from all colleges and offices at TCU. Interested persons should send the department an email to inquire. 

As a CRES major, minor, or emphasis there are a few ways to engage with the department outside of the classroom. Fill out the Student Engagement Survey to learn more.

Student Engagement Survey

If you would like to request a course for CRES attribution you may ask your faculty to fill out the CRES attribution form. This must be submitted by faculty members.



The CRES Graduate Certificate is available to students enrolled in a TCU master’s or doctoral program approved by the Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies department to participate. Admission to the CRES Graduate Certificate is automatic if the student has full good standing in her/his graduate program as certified by the Director of Graduate Studies of the student’s home program or his/her College’s Associate Dean of Graduate Studies. To learn more about the CRES Graduate Certificate and to complete the admissions form click the button below.

CRES Graduate Certificate

One graduate student will work with the Graduate Committee, chosen by the CRES graduate students. However, you can also choose to serve on one of the other CRES committees or volunteer to help with other CRES events. Fill out the Student Engagement Survey to begin.

Student Engagement Survey


To submit a course for inclusion in the CRES curriculum fill out the appropriate form below.

Undergraduate Course Approval Form


Graduate Course Approval Form

For a current list of affiliated faculty and committee members, click here.

To learn more about the structure of CRES, see the by-laws and student governance document below.

CRES By-Laws


Student Governance