Current Student Resources
The following resources support all students at TCU. We believe embracing the differences among us will make a better university community for all.
- Campus Community Response Team
- Gender Programming
- Inclusiveness and Intercultural Services
- International Services
- McNair Program
- Office of Financial Aid
- Religious and Spiritual Life
- Student Disabilities Services
- Student Support Services
- Student Organizations
- Title IX
- TCU Transfer Center
- Veterans Services
Native American Initiatives at TCU
We are committed to respectfully engaging Native American and Indigenous peoples and perspectives, and developing mutually beneficial relationships with these communities.
The TCU family has much to learn as we listen and learn from Native American and Indigenous peoples, and we would be honored for the public to join us as we address contemporary issues.
Annual Native American and Indigenous Peoples Day Symposium
A Celebration of Contemporary Native American Peoples and Cultures will be presented at TCU on October 1, 2018, featuring Professor Luci Tapahonso, the Navajo Nation’s inaugural poet laureate, and the Crow hip hop artist, Supaman.
Native and Indigenous Student Association
This association was founded in 2017 to build a community for and by Native and Indigenous peoples and allies to share cultures, heritages, traditions, languages, and customs in a respectful manner.