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          Religious & Spiritual Life 

          TCU’s foundation is built on pursuing knowledge for the greater good. Our historic covenant with the Disciples of Christ informs our roots as a liberal arts college, valuing others’ perspectives during the educational journey.

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          Religion & Faith at TCU

          ethical life of each member of the TCU community.


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          Support & Care

          We're here for every member of the Horned Frog family. The Office of Religious & Spiritual

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          Rev. Todd Boling of TCU Religious and Spiritual Life talks to a student in his office.
          A circle of people holding candles gather for a nighttime prayer vigil on the lawn of the TCU campus.


          Religious & Spiritual Life advises the more than 22 student religious organizations on campus. Students may join any of these communities or connect with our staff to find a faith community off-campus. We can even help you create a new organization.


          Close up of female TCU student looking thoughtful as she holds a candle before her face.
          The steeple of the Robert Carr Chapel on the TCU campus, framed by trees and a blue sky.

          Spaces & Places

          in which to gather or reflect alone.


          A young women sits alone and looks down intently at her book in the sunlit lobby of TCU's Moudy Hall North.

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