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Are visitors or vendors allowed on campus?

Last Updated December 14, 2020

To keep our community healthy and prevent the spread of COVID-19, TCU is strictly limiting on-campus visitors. Only TCU community members are allowed on campus. Any request for campus visitors or vendors must be approved by the appropriate vice chancellor. Thank you for helping us keep our community healthy.

Approved visitors or vendors are required to follow TCU’s health and safety guidelines, including wearing a face covering and practicing physical distancing.

If you see someone who appears to be a campus visitor, it's okay to politely and professionally ask how you may help them. You may also inquire about the nature of their visit and explain the university is currently limiting visitors to help keep our community safe and healthy. If the visitor is not wearing a mask, let them know that disposable face masks are located at the primary entrance to every building. You can find more about campus visitor expectations in the frequently asked questions.

Generally, TCU students with visiting family members are restricted to their residence hall during visitation hours, Brown-Lupton University Union — including Market Square and Chick-fil-A, the TCU Campus Store, and TCU Admissions. For more information about visitors for students living on campus, visit Housing & Residence Life.

It is our expectation that all community members follow university policies at all times, and it is our responsibility to lead by example. If you are concerned about a student or an employee not following university policy, contact your supervisor or Human Resources for employee concerns or Campus Life for student concerns.