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Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)

FAQ's

For Parents

Contact the Office of Admission at frogmail@tcu.edu or (817) 257-7490 and we will connect you with an available counselor or staff member.
No. As of now, this does not change our plans for any decisions coming from our office, including admission to TCU, scholarship, and admission to the John V. Roach Honors College.
We will continue to monitor our spring visit schedule to accommodate as many visitors as possible once campus re-opens. Check your email for communication regarding visit programs as decisions are made.
We can confirm that the summer 2020 schedule will look different from the schedule you received in the First Year, Housing & Transfer Experience booklet. It is our goal to announce the updated 2020 Orientation and Frog Camp dates, and include online registration, by May 1.  Once announced, you will find the updated options on our websites (orientation.tcu.edu and frogcamp.tcu.edu).
TCU Admission has canceled travel through mid-May. Check out our map to see when and where we’re on the road after that!
We do not have a gated campus, but our office is not offering tours or information sessions at this time. We encourage you to reschedule your visit when our programs resume.
We hope you can join us at a later date, in the meantime you can check out our virtual visit resources or call your counselor with any questions you have about becoming a Horned Frog! Keep checking back to this page for updated opportunities! 
All current TCU students will have access to services.
All conference and non-conference competitions are canceled through the end of the academic year, including spring sports that compete beyond the academic year. More information can be found on the TCU Athletics COVID-19 update page

 

For Admitted Students 

No. As of now, this does not change our plans for any decisions coming from our office, including admission to TCU, scholarship, and admission to the John V. Roach Honors College.

TCU Admission has extended the enrollment deposit deadline by one month to June 1.

The TCU Housing application will be open for an additional four weeks, May 1 - June 15, 2020. 

Yes, we are continuing with business as usual for Faculty and Staff on campus. You are encouraged to contact respective offices via email or phone call with any questions or concerns.

  • Financial Aid: (817)257-7858 or finaid@tcu.edu
  • First-Year Experience: (817)257-7855 or fye@tcu.edu
  • Housing: (817)257-7865 or housing@tcu.edu

All conference and non-conference competitions are canceled through the end of the academic year, including spring sports that compete beyond the academic year. More information can be found on the TCU Athletics COVID-19 update page.

 We will be flexible and work closely with students and institutions to ensure we have the documents we need without creating additional stress.
 We can accept unofficial transcripts to make preliminary decisions. Enrollment at TCU is contingent upon receipt of a final official transcript.

 

For International Students

TCU will begin to process I-20’s in late March.  We will send an email outlining the next steps once you have submitted the immigration documentation form and uploaded all of the documents required for the I-20.  If you have not submitted your immigration documentation form (this was emailed to you upon the receipt of your enrollment deposit) please complete that form and upload all required documents.  The form must be submitted before we can begin processing your I-20. Once we have received that, we will issue the I-20 as quickly as possible.

TCU continues to welcome students from around the world.  We are closely monitoring the situation and will adhere to any decisions made by the US government.

Yes, you can defer your admission for up to one year.  If you do not attend another university during that time, your admission, financial aid and/or scholarship award should remain the same.  A new CSS PROFILE will be required if you defer for more than one semester.  Should you enroll in another university during that time, you will have to reapply as a transfer student.

 We will be flexible and work closely with students and institutions to ensure we have the documents we need without creating additional stress.
 We can accept unofficial transcripts to make preliminary decisions. Enrollment at TCU is contingent upon receipt of a final official transcript.

 

For Transfer Students

No. As of now, all admissions functions except for on campus programs are continuing as normal. Our deadline for fall 2020 transfer applications is June 1.

We can accept unofficial transcripts to make preliminary decisions. Enrollment at TCU is contingent upon receipt of a final official transcript. An unofficial transcript that has been tampered with will result in immediate admission revocation.

We will be flexible and work closely with students and institutions to ensure we have the documents we need without creating additional stress.
Simply log in to your account at that college, and take a screenshot or print your courses. Be sure the credit hours and final grades are included. You can then email the documents to us at transferfrog@tcu.edu.
We will continue to review applications holistically. If you’re worried about your GPA, please send us an email at transferfrog@tcu.edu and we will work with you.
Yes, Transfer Day is canceled. We are currently working to get all of the necessary information to you digitally. We encourage you to reach out to us at transferfrog@tcu.edu if you have any questions about your admission process.

 

For Prospective Students

As of now, all events have been canceled through mid-May. All summer events are expected to continue as scheduled.

While we aren’t currently accepting visitors on campus, you can check out our virtual visit resources or find your counselor and contact them with any questions you have about becoming a Horned Frog! Additionally, we have begun planning a variety of new opportunities to connect virtually. Keep checking back to this page for updates!

Yes. As of now, all admissions functions except for on-campus programs are continuing as normal.

All conference and non-conference competitions are canceled through the end of the academic year, including spring sports that compete beyond the academic year. More information can be found on the TCU Athletics COVID-19 update page.

 

For Counselors

TCU Admission has canceled all trips through mid-May. Check out our map to see when and where we’re on the road after that!

TCU Admission has canceled all trips through mid-May. Check out our map to see when and where we’re on the road after that!

No. Regular Decision notification went out on Friday, March 13.