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Undergraduate Resources

As a student you may experience a range of issues that can cause barriers to learning. These might include strained relationships, anxiety, high levels of stress, alcohol/drug problems, feeling down or loss of motivation. As faculty and staff, we are here to help with these or other issues you may experience. You can learn about the free, confidential mental health services available on campus through the TCU Counseling and Mental Health Center by calling 817-257-SAFE (7233). Help is always available.

Additional resources are available across campus to help you succeed as a student. Below is a list of some of those resources.

Mary Couts Burnett Library

Research librarians are available to help with all stages of research process. Robyn Reid ( is our Social Science librarian.

Center for Academic Services

817-257-7486, Sadler Hall 1022
The center provides help on developing your academic skills through workshops and coaching on topics such as note-taking, test-taking and time management.

The TCU Center for Writing

817-257-7221, Reed Hall 419
Writing specialists and peer tutors are available for one-on-one tutorials from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday in Reed Hall, Suite 419 and from 6:00 p.m to 9:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday in Tom Brown Pete Wright Hall, 2nd floor, commons. Online tutorials are also available.

Student Development Services

817-257-7855, Brown Lupton University Union 2003

Office of Religious & Spiritual Life

817-257-7830, Jarvis Hall, 1st floor

Campus Life

817-257-7926, Sadler Hall 2006

Inclusiveness and Intercultural Services

817-257-5557, Jarvis Hall, 2nd floor

TCU Victim Advocate Program and Title IX Office

817-257-8228, Jarvis Hall, 1st floor
Leah Carnahan ( is Assistant Director of Title IX Advocacy & Education.