Claudia Urbina portrait

Claudia Urbina

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Why I Chose TCU:

I chose TCU because of the strong sense of community at this university. From campus visits to Chancellor's Scholars Weekend, to orientation and beyond, the TCU community welcomed me with open arms. As an out-of-state student, one of my biggest priorities was finding an inclusive, diverse, and caring community. The students, faculty, and staff have all been incredibly kind and genuine in helping make TCU my home. I wanted a school that would challenge me to grow as an individual and step outside my comfort zone. I am so excited to see what my future as a Horned Frog holds!

Plans After Graduation:

Currently, I am pursuing a BS degree in Psychology and a double minor in Spanish for the Health Professions and Child Development. After graduation, I would like to work in the sports psychology field. I want to give back to my community, the Hispanic community. I'd like to serve underrepresented groups. More specifically, I'd like to work with children. While I still do not know what the future holds, I would like to continue working with non-profit organizations and volunteer organizations to make positive, long-lasting impacts in the lives of others. Ultimately, I always want to be in the place where I can make the biggest difference.