Pigskin, parade and process

TCU to host Kansas University this weekend TCU’s next home football game is Oct. 21, and TCU faces Kansas University. Game time is 7 p.m. at Amon G. Carter Stadium. TCU parking lots will open five hours before kickoff and remain open for up to 90 minutes after the game. There will be fireworks presentations during the… Read more »

Crime Alert Update

The TCU Police Department has captured the two individuals responsible for the aggravated robbery on campus Sept. 23. The weapon believed to have been used in the robbery has been recovered and TCU Police are continuing the investigation to prepare for filing the charges.

Music, Media, Mountaineers and More

Private concert Oct. 6 TCU will host a private concert for its faculty, staff and students to kick off the fall semester. The X Ambassadors are scheduled to perform Oct. 6 in the Campus Commons, the open area at the interior entrance to the Brown-Lupton University Union. The concert begins at 8:30 p.m. and should… Read more »

Aggravated robbery suspects

The TCU Police Department shared the attached information with the campus community earlier today. TCU Police, in coordination with the Fort Worth Police Department, is actively investigating this crime and has also shared this information and the photos with local media affiliates for public assistance. Extra TCU Police and Fort Worth Police patrols of campus… Read more »

TCU to host Southern Methodist University this weekend

TCU’s next home football game is Sept. 16, and TCU faces Southern Methodist University. Game time is 2:30 p.m. at Amon G. Carter Stadium. TCU parking lots will open five hours before kickoff and remain open for up to three hours after the game. Two F-15s will fly over the stadium just a few minutes before kickoff,… Read more »

TCU to host Jackson State University this weekend

TCU’s first home football game of the season is Sept. 2, and TCU faces Jackson State University. Game time is 7 p.m. at Amon G. Carter Stadium. TCU parking lots will open five hours before kickoff and remain open for up to 90 minutes after the game. Three privately owned planes will fly over the stadium just… Read more »

Reminder: Neighborhood meeting Aug. 24

A handful of projects identified in the University’s Facilities Master Plan is currently underway, and you are invited to TCU on Aug. 24 to discuss these building and parking projects. The meeting will take place in the Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitors Center, located at 2820 Stadium Drive, at 6 p.m. Complimentary parking is… Read more »

TCU to celebrate solar eclipse with viewing party today

Today, the first total solar eclipse visible to the United States since 1979 will occur. Join TCU’s College of Science & Engineering, Andrews Institute of Mathematics & Science Education and Student Affairs in the Campus Commons at 11 a.m. as they host a solar eclipse viewing party, complete with special viewing glasses, telescopes featuring filtered… Read more »

It’s that time of year again!

It’s that time of year again! Students move in next week and classes begin August 21. The first home football game is Sept. 2 as the Frogs face the Tigers of Jackson State University and Family Weekend is just two weeks later. We’ve made a great deal of progress this summer to improve the campus…. Read more »

Progress, progress, progress

Progress, progress, progress The University has plans to raze four additional University-owned properties on Merida Avenue, Princeton Street and Wabash Avenue. Pre-demolition activities are scheduled to begin this month and are expected to take approximately 30 days to complete. The addresses of these properties are 2900 and 2929 Merida Ave., 2810 Princeton St. and 3067… Read more »