Hello Horned Frogs! All IEP students have access to the same resources as TCU undergraduate students.
Please make a note of the TCU parking policies. All students need a parking permit to park their car on campus. Students may purchase a permit at the TCU Police Station. When driving to campus for class, make sure to allow plenty of time to walk (or take a shuttle) from the parking lot to classes.
Visit the TCU Athletics website to learn about upcoming events. A TCU student ID grants all students a free ticket to sports events on-campus.
A TCU ID grants students access to the TCU Rec Center. The rec center includes an indoor track, cardio equipment, weight rooms, racquetball courts, swimming pools (indoor and outdoor!), fitness classes, camping trips and equipment, an indoor climbing wall, and more! Stay healthy and active at TCU.
International Services (IS) is responsible for immigration, programming and adjustment-related issues of approximately 650 students from over 90 different countries at Texas Christian University. Their office is located in Jarvis Hall. The IS staff can answer visa and immigration questions.
TCU RSL provides support for the many religious communities, beliefs and traditions that flourish on the TCU campus! Their office in Jarvis Hall supports student religious organizations, faith communities and individuals who are seeking to explore, practice or develop their faith. In Jarvis Hall, there is a multi-faith prayer room that meets the prayer specifications of many religious traditions. While TCU is affiliated with the Disciples of Christ Church, students come from more than 60 religious groups. There are over 24 diverse religious student organizations on campus (including Christian, Jewish, and Muslim groups).
The Career Services staff can help students find a job on-campus (for eligible students), though jobs are limited. This office can also help students prepare a resume.
For advanced students, a visit to the TCU Writing Center can be a helpful way to polish papers. Visit their website to read more about services provided to students.
The TCU Counseling Center promotes psychological health, well-being, and resources for TCU students to cope with personal and academic challenges.