TCU launched a 360 virtual tour showcasing our spirited campus. Check out the view from Worth Hills Village, a thriving residential community with student housing, dining and plenty of space to connect with fellow Horned Frogs.
Worth Hills Village is a hub for Greek Life on campus. More than 48 percent of undergraduate students at TCU are members of fraternities and sororities. The residential community opened in 2016 to house 24 chapters on campus. Students have plush study lounges, free laundry and two kitchens in each building to gather in community.
In 2018, TCU unveiled the Divine Nine pillars, representing the historically Black Greek organizations that make up the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). The monument opened with the last phase of the Worth Hills development thanks to Kylah Bell ’16, who petitioned the Chancellor to honor the organizations on campus. TCU houses six of the nine organizations included in the NPHC.
The King Family Commons, affectionately called KFC, houses spaces designed for collaboration and connection. Students have five different dining options, including an allergen-free kitchen. Magnolia’s serves up healthy and tasty options free of soy, egg, gluten, shellfish, dairy, treenuts and peanuts.