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Religious & Spiritual Life 

TCU’s foundation is built on pursuing knowledge for the greater good. Our historic covenant with the Disciples of Christ informs our roots as a liberal arts college, valuing others’ perspectives during the educational journey.

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Religion & Faith at TCU

More than 60 religious traditions are represented on our campus, where students are encouraged to explore, practice or develop their faith. We support the spiritual and ethical life of each member of the TCU community.


interior of Robert Carr Chapel
Close up of pinkish purple flowers blooming on a shrub on the TCU campus.

Support & Care

We're here for every member of the Horned Frog family. The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life provides pastoral care and support during times of grief, loss and life’s turning points.


Rev. Todd Boling of TCU Religious and Spiritual Life talks to a student in his office.
A circle of people holding candles gather for a nighttime prayer vigil on the lawn of the TCU campus.


Religious & Spiritual Life advises the more than 22 student religious organizations on campus. Students may join any of these communities or connect with our staff to find a faith community off-campus. We can even help you create a new organization.


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The steeple of the Robert Carr Chapel on the TCU campus, framed by trees and a blue sky.

Spaces & Places

Our campus, along with the surrounding community, provides a number of wonderful places in which to gather or reflect alone.


A young women sits alone and looks down intently at her book in the sunlit lobby of TCU's Moudy Hall North.