Dean of Students
If you know of an emergency and you need to report an imminent or life-endangering threat of harm which involves a TCU student, please call the TCU Police Department at (817) 257-7777 or 911 immediately.
If you are experiencing a concern, personal emergency, or need academic support, start with the Dean of Students. If a TCU student is exhibiting concerning behavior (non-emergency), fill out the TCU Student Concern form.
Dean of Students TCU Student of Concern
Whether you need help with this week’s assignment, a concept in a core course or just getting your life a little more organized – Peer 2 Peer Tutoring is here. All tutors have completed a 10-hour training program, developed in accordance with the requirements of the College Reading and Learning Association certification program. Tutoring is available in major and TCU Core subjects, as well as academic strategies.
In order to receive approved accommodations, ALL registered TCU students must submit a request for accommodation. TCU’s Student Access & Accommodation works with students with students with the following disabilities: mental health, physical disability, learning disability, Autism, blind/low vision, deaf/hard of hearing, traumatic brain injury, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, communication disorders, food-related disability, or multiple diagnoses.
To request your notification of accommodation for faculty, please complete the below accommodations request form.Complete Accommodations Request
Student Identity & Engagement
Home of offices and programs that support and promote diversity, inclusiveness, and cultural awareness throughout the TCU community.
Gender Resource Office (LGBTQIA+)
Multicultural, Religious, & Social Justice Orgs
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Information on grants, loans, scholarships, and work study, as well as, contacting your TCU Financial Aid Advisor.TCU Scholarships & Financial Aid
TCU is committed to providing a positive learning, living and working environment free from discrimination and harassment. As a result, TCU prohibits a range of behaviors, including unlawful discrimination, harassment, and related sexual and other misconduct based on age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, ethnic origin, disability, predisposing genetic information, covered veteran status, and any other basis protected by law, except as permitted by law. See TCU’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, and Retaliation. If you feel you have been unlawfully discriminated against during the admissions process, you may report your concerns to TCU’s Office of Institutional Equity.