Outstanding Senior Award

TCU Student Activities is continuing the tradition of recognizing a group of Outstanding Seniors this fall. One senior undergraduate student will be selected through a competitive process of applications, voting, and interviews to represent the University.

Each recognized TCU student organization may nominate one Outstanding Senior applicant.  Nominated individuals must then complete the online application in order to be accepted as an official candidate for Outstanding Senior.

Application essays and resumes will be scored and the student body vote will be tallied to calculate the Outstanding Seniors finalists.  These 10 finalists will continue in the selection process by participating in faculty/staff interviews and a final student body vote during the week of Homecoming (October 9-14).  The Outstanding Senior will be announced at the football game on October 14, 2023, which will be the culmination of Homecoming Week. More information about the selection process can be found in the timeline and resources below.

Learn more about the Outstanding Senior Award, to be given at the October 14th football game versus BYU, by downloading the info packet.

Download the Packet

Outstanding Senior Timeline

Nomination Information Available: Tuesday, September 5th

Application Opens: Monday, September 11th at 9:00am

Application Closes: Friday, September 29th at 11:59pm

Round 1 Voting Opens: Monday, October 2nd at 9:00am until 8:00pm

Top 10 Finalist Announced: Wednesday, October 4th

Finalist Voting Opens: Monday, October 9th at 9:00am until 8:00pm

Finalist Interviews: Wednesday, October 11th

Finalist Halftime Practice: TBD

Winner Announced: Saturday, October 14th at the TCU vs BYU Game

Download the Timeline

Were you nominated for Outstanding Senior by a recognized student organization? Nominees please fill out the online application below! Make sure you meet the eligibility requirements described in the info packet and complete an online application by 11:59pm CST on SEPTEMBER 29TH. Application is now CLOSED.