List of Texas Christian University alumni

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TCU has roughly 75,000 living alumni.[1] The following lists alphabetically the most prominent graduates of Texas Christian University.

Business, political, and community leaders[edit]

Gordon England, former Secretary of the Navy

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Bob Schieffer, class of '59

Athletes and coaches[edit]

LaDainian Tomlinson, class of 2005

Fictional alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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