Virtual Support Services

Student Affairs is suggesting resources for TCU undergraduate and graduate students to help in the transition to a virtual experience. The goal is to provide support, reduce social isolation and encourage connections while most on-campus opportunities are suspended due to COVID-19 precautions.

Have a question or concern and not sure where to go for the answers? Start with us, and we can help by either answering your question or getting you in contact with the right group. Student Affairs staff members are available Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm Central Standard Time to help assist you.

Live Chat will not be available on Good Friday, April 10. If you need to talk with someone, please utilize Need to Talk?, a Counseling service available 24 hours a day/7 days a week by calling 817-257-7233.

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COVID -19 TCU Updates

Read the latest TCU updates and find COVID-19 resources on our microsite.

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TCU@Home

Even though we are far away, we are working to bring you the TCU experience wherever you are. TCU@Home will provide daily entertainment, educational and wellness opportunities to help connect you to the Horned Frog community.   

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Academic Advising

Academic Advising continues to offer advising, support and consultations to students, faculty and TCU stakeholders with questions regarding academic issues and concerns. Students will receive an email from their academic advisor about how to schedule an appointment. There will be a professional academic advisor answering questions on the Academic Support Helpline, Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 12 PM and 1 PM to 4 PM Central Time. The office and helpline can be accessed by calling 817-257-7486 or emails can be sent to ACSAcademicServices@tcu.edu.

Adjusting Study Habits For Online Learning

Tips to Taking Exams Online

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Student Disabilities Services

Specialists are available to answer questions related to accommodations. Appointments can be scheduled via Zoom or by phone Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM Central Time by calling 817-257-6567. Messages left before 3 PM will be returned on the same business day, messages left after 3 PM will be returned the next business day. Resources for Student Disability Services are available on our website.

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Counseling & Mental Health Center

If you are an enrolled student and wish to set up remote services for Counseling or Alcohol and Drug Education, call 817-257-7863 or email d.norton@tcu.edu. If you feel the need to speak to a counselor today, please call our helpline, Need to Talk? at 817-257-7233. This service is available 24 hours a day/7 days a week. More information about services can be found on our website.

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Let's Talk

TCU's Let's Talk mental health consulting program is available by phone at 817-257-7389, Monday through Thursday, 10:00am through 4:00pm. There is no paperwork, no appointment necessary, you can just call to have a confidential conversation with a professional consultant.

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Campus Life - Dean's Office

In order to support the needs of the campus, the Dean’s Office is offering different methods of assistance. Please contact 817-257-7926 or 817-257-7925 to talk with a staff member or to schedule a Zoom appointment with a Dean.

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What2Do@TCU

Check out the latest virtual events from TCU.   

What2Do@TCU

The Center for Career & Professional Development

The Career Center is offering remote career advising and employer connection options. Login to your handshake account for more information. They also have virtual resume labs available.

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The Writing Center

The Writing Center is providing services through an online platform. Send your papers through the “online help” page on wrt.tcu.edu. Writing consultants are available Monday through Friday 8 AM to 5 PM.

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Student Success Coaching

Virtual one-on-one coaching to help students navigate campus resources. Coaches will assist students with identifying challenges, connecting with resources, creating action plans, and providing referrals to campus services.

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Technical Support

Information Technology provides tips on staying connected to professors, technology to engage, and services to help students stay connected during this virtual transition.

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Things you can do anytime

 

Move

Do an online workout class
Go on a walk
Train for and run a 5k
Meditate
Stretch

Enjoy

Color a TCU coloring page
Laugh with Senseless Acts of Comedy
Listen to a podcast, like this one from TCU!
TCU Crossword and Word Search

Connect

Call a good friend you haven’t talked to in a while
FaceTime or Skype with a family member
Look through old family photos

Grow with the TCU Library

Start learning a new language
Study your genealogy
Develop a new hobby
Explore art from around the world

 

Get to it

Do something you’ve been putting off for a while
Organize your room, desk, backpack
Update your resume and apply for an internship

Share

Send an appreciation email to someone you’ve been meaning to thank
Text or email great pictures to friends and family
Read a news article and share it with a friend