Student Affairs is suggesting resources to help students in the transition to a virtual experience including updates from Academic Advising, Information Technology, Career Center, Counseling Center, Campus-Life Dean’s Office and many more departments that are here to support, encourage academic success, reduce social isolation and create connections.

Virtual Support Services

Connecting TCU With The World

Cultural, Community & International Services provide programs and organizations that allow students and the community to learn, grow, interact and develop. The goal is to improve understanding and provide an inclusiveness environment for all in the TCU community.

Form more information about the following CCIS programs select the name.

Inclusiveness Initiative Certificate
Gain knowledge and cultural experience designed to promote a greater understanding of others. Certificate intended to be included on resumes or current vitae.

International and domestic students work together to engage in local and global initiatives.    

Atlantic Slave Trade & Civil Rights Tours
Experiential learning trips that explore the history of slavery and the civil rights movement in the U.S.

Go Center
TCU mentors work with high school students providing guidance and advice on education and career goals.

Film festival that brings the world cinema to TCU.

Cultural Cuisine                              
Experience food as a window to international culture.

Campus-wide day of service to give back to the Fort Worth community.

Spring Break Service Trip
Connect with local, domestic and international communities through service.

Questa Terra    
Engage with others living in the developing world. Solve problems and work on projects that bring understanding to working and serving  internationally.