TCU launched a 360 virtual tour showcasing our spirited campus. The Ed and Rae Schollmaier Arena is the place to be on game days for the football, basketball and volleyball teams. Check out a few highlights on this stop at Schollmaier Arena and Stadium Drive.
Frog Alley is the place to be on game days! Fans tailgate and watch the band, cheerleaders, Showgirls and Coach P and the football team parade into the Carter. All students attend on-campus athletic events for free and there's nothing quite like our spirit as one of the smallest schools in a power conference.
TCU's laboratory schools provide a service for TCU and the surrounding community. TCU is the only university in the nation with two special education laboratory schools. At Starpoint, children with learning disabilities build on their strengths and gain skills and knowledge to prepare for future success. KinderFrogs is an early education program for children with Down syndrome and developmental delays. TCU students in the College of Education and other areas of study observe, teach, research and volunteer at the laboratory schools to gain real-world skills for their careers.
TCU's Health Center and Counseling Center ensure that every Horned Frog can prioritize their physical and mental health. Students don't pay out of pocket for on-campus health services. Students also have access to a full-service pharmacy in the center, so they don't have to go far for medications and services.