Don’t Miss Your Shot.
New semester, same mission: Protect the Purple. TCU strongly urges all Horned Frogs who are able to get vaccinated—and boosted—against COVID-19 and to confirm their vaccine with TCU.
Protect the Purple, Win Big
As a thank you for doing your part to protect the purple, all vaccinated students who have recorded their vaccine with TCU are eligible to win weekly prizes and monthly mega prizes like:
- $5,000 in tuition
- Ultimate Flex-19 meal plan
- Reserved parking
Keeping Campus Safe
Latest COVID-19 Communication
March 1, 2022
Throughout the pandemic, TCU has continued to follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Based upon their new guidance for mask-wearing and COVID-19 transmission levels in Tarrant County, masks are now optional for the TCU campus community.
What’s Your Why?
Get a COVID-19 vaccine, if you’re able. Reporting your vaccine to TCU helps us monitor the collective health of the campus community, and can reduce the possibility of being asked to quarantine.
Practice good personal hygiene habits, monitor your health daily, and stay home if you don’t feel well.
Students and families experiencing financial hardships due to the pandemic may be
eligible for federal aid through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF).
Other financial assistance may be available; contact the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid to learn more.
If You’re Exposed
COVID-19 is still part of our world. If you’re not fully vaccinated or haven’t confirmed your vaccine with TCU, you’ll be asked to quarantine if you’re exposed to a COVID-19 positive individual.
Fully vaccinated, you’ll only be asked to quarantine if symptomatic.