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The mission of the Intensive English Program (IEP) at TCU is to equip individuals to communicate thoughtfully and actively in English.

The mission of the School of Interdisciplinary Studies at TCU is to empower change agents to tackle big questions by integrating diverse perspectives, disciplines, and methods of inquiry to promote empathy, respect, and justice.

Diversity Statement

We in the IEP at TCU are committed to diversity that recognizes language(s) as a self-identity of individuals and their communities, an identity intersecting with and inseparable from other identities of race, sex, class and so forth. The program calls for and works for equity on behalf of students, staff, and faculty who are disadvantaged by non-normative characterizations, especially by their so-called “non-native” English speaker status. We believe the inclusion of emerging bilinguals using their full linguistic repertoire on our campus and in the surrounding communities is deeply important for all.

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ABOUT IEP

The mission of the Intensive English Program (IEP) at TCU is to equip individuals to communicate thoughtfully and actively in English.

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IEP FACULTY AND STAFF

All faculty members are full-time instructors in the IEP. With advanced degrees or certificates in TESL/TEFL, linguistics, applied linguistics and prior ESL/EFL teaching experience, instructors are eager to help students succeed.

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CURRENT STUDENTS

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IEP News

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SIS has a global impact through its IEP students from Rwanda.
SIS has a global impact through its IEP students from Rwanda. Sakina Usengimana continued her activism in Spring 2019. In Washington DC, she led the i...
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