Resources

Whether you are looking for housing policies, a hotel to stay in when you come visit, or help with laundry or insurance, our Resources page has what you need. Check out the links below to learn more.

Housing Information

Community Living

We want your on-campus living experience to be enjoyable and memorable. The following policies and procedures help to ensure a positive community living experience.

Lounge Solicitations and Reservation Policies

Maintenance, Phones, Data, and Cable TV Policies

Student Handbook – Residence Hall policies

TBPW Commons Building Reservation


Safety and Security

We care deeply for student well-being. The following procedures include fire safety, fire alarm evacuation, residence hall exterior doors, suspicious persons, tornado safety, and contacting TCU police.

Student Well-Being Policies

 

Off-Campus Living

The Housing and Residence Life office in PE Clark Hall has many resources for students looking for homes off campus. We provide students with some tools to assist them in finding a place that will maximize their enjoyment of their new living experience.

Currently, there is limited housing on campus for TCU juniors and seniors. However, there is a range of off-campus housing close to campus to fit students’ needs. Please visit our office for all available information or visit the TCU Announce-Rental/Roommates page.

Note: TCU Announce is only available to current TCU students, Faculty and Staff.

For details about off-campus living, including tips to make the transition smooth, be sure to read the Off-Campus Housing Assistance flyer.

Leibrock Village houses graduate students in programs other than those at Brite Divinity School when space permits. For more information, please contact the director, Erin Houchin, via email or visit their website.

Laundry Program

TCU Housing and Residence Life has partnered with Tide Laundry to provide a convenient alternative to traditional campus laundry. Students may opt-in to the program by visiting Campus.TideCleaners.com.  Read below for more information about the service.

 

 

 

 


USING YOUR SERVICE AT TCU

Questions?

Please click here to learn about how Campus Laundry Service works.

Local Storage

STORAGE SQUAD (formerly CAMPUS CRATES)
www.storagesquad.com/tcu

Storage Squad focuses on helping students at the most difficult times of the year: move-out and move-in. Our student managers, in partnership with The UPS Store, provide hassle-free, full-service summer storage and shipping services. We give you free boxes for all our services, pick up your items, and deliver them to your new residence.

Your belongings will be handled by our TCU student team and stored in our climate-controlled facility. Our goal is to be the best part of your day!

Disclaimer
TCU is not responsible for any items lost, destroyed, or damaged. This company is privately owned and operated. Contact information is provided only as a courtesy to TCU students. No other companies will be approved to be on campus or in the residence halls.

Summer School

TCU Housing & Residence Life offers summer housing to TCU students enrolled for Summer and/or Fall 2023. This summer, our housing will be located in Samuelson/Carter Hall(s). The Summer Housing Application will open on April 3rd and will remain open throughout the summer. 

Summer School housing is charged per summer school session: May, June, and/or July. Detailed pricing will be located on the Summer Housing Welcome page of the application once it is live on the TCU Housing Portal of my.tcu.edu. All current spring TCU housing residents who apply for summer housing will remain in their current space until Spring to Summer Move on Tuesday, May 16th, between 12 – 5pm.

Have Questions? We have answers.

Find the answers to commonly asked housing questions here.

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Find a hotel for your visit.

Looking for a place to stay while you tour our campus? Have family coming to visit? View our list of area hotels.

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