Brett Young Live in Concert April 30

Young has become one of music’s new hitmakers delivering four consecutive platinum-selling hits from his self-titled platinum-certified album. His video In Case You Didn’t Know has more than 197 million views and the single Mercy spent six weeks atop the Country chart. The April 30 concert is open to all TCU students, faculty, and staff and will take place in Amon G Carter Stadium followed by a firework show. For more information on tickets, parking and COVID-19 protocols visit the website

Reconciliation Day: See and Hear How You Can Participate April 21

A TCU event nearly 150 years in the making, Reconciliation Day. Meet at the Clark Brothers statue for live performances at 11 am, followed by the sharing of the Race & Reconciliation Initiative’s discoveries from the past year. At 1 pm commemorate our healing and journey forward with a celebration. Visit the event page to watch the video and read the day’s planned lineup for contemplation, commemoration and celebration. 

Student Organizations Showcases Every Wednesday

Join us on Wednesdays at 4:30 pm in the Community Commons to meet student leaders from some of TCU student organizations on campus. Come learn about who they are, what they do, and how you can join, as well as get some snacks and enter to win cool swag!

COVID Q&A: Answers to Your Vaccine Questions

With more vaccines being allocated on campus, Dr. Jane Torgerson, medical director of the Brown-Lupton Health Center, and Sean Taylor, director of emergency management, answer questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and its distribution at TCU. 

IIS Unity Celebration

The moment you all have been waiting for is right around the corner, graduation. You have fought hard now it’s time to celebrate. IIS will host a come-and-go graduation ceremony May 6 at the Dee J Kelly Center. Students will have one last opportunity to celebrate this momentous occasion. All participants must complete their registration by April 24 to receive a graduation stole.

Senior Speak Up Videos Now Available!

Each year, Senior Speak Up provides an opportunity for select members of the senior class at TCU to share their stories with the campus community. To watch these remarkable videos from the Class of 2021 go to the link provided or visit SDS on IGTV (@tcu_sds).

See Me: The Art Gallery

Inclusiveness & Intercultural Services invite you to attend See Me: The Art Gallery located in the BLUU Auditorium April 15 and 16 from 12 to 4 pm. If you love art and culture this event is for you. Come and check out the images that represent eight different stories that are both transformative and reflective. Each story will provide insight into the intersections of identity and the complexity of what it means to been seen, heard, and accepted.

Get Back in the Game: Focusing on Academics

Join Blake Henson from the Center for Academic Services and hear about TCU resources, and learn tips and strategies on how to refocus and be prepared for your next semester academically. This virtual session will be held on April 20 from 6-7 pm. RSVP on engage.tcu.edu and a link to join the session will be emailed. The First Year Transition Series provides key information to help students make the transition into their sophomore year at TCU a success. Attend all four sessions and be entered for a prize drawing!

Carter BloodCare Blood Drive

Give the gift of life! Wellness Education is hosting blood donation busses on campus April 26 from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm at the BLUU roundabout drive. All blood donated through Carter is utilized within the DFW community. Donors will receive a blood work report roughly 10 days after donating which now includes COVID-19 antibody testing. Registration is highly encouraged.

April Dialogue Dinner April 26th

Cultural Connectors presents a dialogue dinner to discuss autism awareness on Monday, April 26 at 7 pm.  Please join us via Zoom for an hour of intentional dialogue. This is the last Dialogue Dinner of the academic year so don’t miss it. Zoom ID 936 9195 8087.

2021 Mission Statement Scholarship Recipients

Announcing the 2021 Mission Statement Scholarship Recipients: Jillian Verzwyvelt, Claire Fuchs, and Brooke Grotjan. Visit the link to learn more!

TCU Day of Service 2021 Director Board

Congratulations to the TCU Day of Service 2021 Director Board. They are: Serena Nguyen, Executive Director, Ari Slindee, Director of Operations, Lexi Pepper, Director of Service Leaders, Madeline Wall, Director of Marketing, Sava Novakovic, Director or RSO Engagement, Jay Allen, Director of Student Engagement, & Alexis Berry, Director of Community Partner Engagement. TCU Day of Service is the annual day of service where faculty, staff, and students come together to serve the Fort Worth community. The annual tradition will be held again this Fall. Join the TCU Day of Service Engage page and the Community Engagement Engage page for more TCU Day of Service details.

Celebrating AAPI Heritage Month with Aisha Fukushima

Celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month with Aisha Fukushima, performance lecturer, justice strategist, vocalist, and founder of raptivism. The virtual event will take place April 19 at 3 pm via Zoom, register online. This event is hosted by TCU Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Comparative Race & Ethnic Studies, and Multicultural & International Student Services.

Don't Let Your Summer Be a Bummer

Join us for this student-led program moderated by Devonte Washington, Housing & Residence Life, and learn more about what to expect during your summer months. This session will be held on April 27 from 6-7 pm in Sid Richardson Lecture Hall 2, because space is limited, a virtual option will be available. You can register at engage.tcu.edu. There are 4 programs in the First Year Transition Series - be sure to attend all four sessions and be entered for a prize drawing!

Have you received the COVID-19 vaccine? Let TCU know by filling out the Vaccine Verification Form

TCU is tracking how many members of our community have received the COVID-19 vaccine to help inform public health guidance. The COVID-19 vaccine is not required, but TCU encourages everyone to Protect the Purple. Students, faculty, and staff who have received the COVID-19 vaccine are asked to let TCU know by filling out this online form.
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