This time of year is usually one of our favorites here in the Office of Admission. When March rolls into April, the tulips on campus are just starting to bloom, our social media feeds are exploding with pictures and tweets from our newest Horned Frogs, and we get to host thousands of students and their families on campus. Even though this year has been anything but typical for us in admissions, we still want you to have the opportunity to see our campus and learn more about what makes TCU a special place to be.
We're doing our best to get you a glimpse of life on campus through our Virtual Visit page. Here, you will find a short video tour of campus in addition to other helpful resources, such as information sessions directed towards both incoming freshmen and transfer students, financial aid data, and specific advice for veteran students. If you have any questions after visiting this page, please reach out and let us know. We're still available and happy to help!
In addition to this, you can also see the Office of Admission's response to the coronavirus on our website. This page includes FAQs for parents, students, and counselors to keep you up to date on the changes happening in our office.
While not directed towards prospective students, we would also encourage you to check out Student Activities' TCU @ Home. This is a resource for current students and is one of the many ways we're striving to maintain a sense of community and continuity through these challenging times.
It's important to us that we provide as many resources as possible to support our Horned Frog family right now. However, we know that the most important thing we can do at this moment is to simply be there for our prospective students and their families. Though we cannot do this in a physical sense, we are still available to answer any questions you may have. Our phones are still working and we are still responding to emails, so please reach out! You can email us at email@example.com, call our phone line at 817-257-7490, or find your own personal admission counselor to reach out to. We are always happy to help! Go Frogs!