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Campus Life

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TCU is a home for your dreams and a community waiting to inspire your success.

This dynamic campus is where the Frog family develops, grows and connects.
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Housing & Dining

Nearly half of our undergraduates enjoy thoughtfully designed student residences—our student housing is the nation’s third best, according to The Princeton Review—just steps from the academic spaces and athletics facilities.

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Clubs & Organizations

You’ll never be bored here—TCU is known for connection. With more than 200 student organizations, we’ll make your college years a great time to try something new.

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Health & Wellness

Your time at TCU is all about being the best version of you, whether you’re a student, faculty member, staffer or alumnus. We offer a host of resources to keep the Frog Family happy and healthy.

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Arts & Culture

TCU is alive with creativity and presentation daily. Horned Frogs are surrounded by concerts, recitals, performances, exhibitions and lectures. Plus, Student Activities brings in a full schedule of headliner comedians and bands.

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Diversity & Inclusion

Horned Frogs come from many different states, countries, neighborhoods and backgrounds, and we’re working to make TCU even more reflective of the diverse world in which we live.

A Revered Part of the Community

Our campus serves as a place to honor spiritual life and traditions

Office of Religious & Spiritual Life
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Life in Fort Worth

Our just-right-sized hometown is easy to get to and hard to leave. And it’s the nation’s No. 2 city for getting a job after college, so you may just want to stay a while.

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Campus Safety

We enjoy our pedestrian-friendly campus 24/7, so at TCU we take security seriously. Like a small city, our campus has its own police force, as well as numerous safety programs and protocols.