Welcome back to the spring semester new and returning Horned Frogs!
We're glad you stopped by our online home. Here in RSL, we provide support for the many religious communities, beliefs and traditions that flourish on our campus. We're also here to nurture the faith, spiritual and ethical life of each and every member of the TCU community. We do all this through:
- Supporting student religious organizations, faith communities and individuals who are seeking to explore, practice or develop their faith
- Providing pastoral care, spiritual support & opportunities to practice one's faith during times of celebration, loss and transition.
- Exploring matters of religion, faith, belief & ethics through diverse events & programs
If you are interested in learning more about religious & spiritual life at TCU, fill out our interest form here, follow on Facebook or Twitter or just swing by our offices in Jarvis Hall.
As part of the pastoral and spiritual care work mentioned above, the chaplains are always available to meet one-on-one with individual students. This especially includes when one is grieving the loss of a classmate, friend, family member or loved one – whether that loss is recent or not. The loss of someone close is an event of great significance and long-lasting impact, and no two of us react in quite the same way. To visit with a chaplain or campus minister, stop by our offices in Jarvis Hall or contact by phone or email. Also available are the resources of the
TCU Counseling Center (www.counseling.tcu.edu)who can offer counselors and therapists as well as
Campus Life (www.campuslife.tcu.edu) who can offer support, consult with faculty members and to assist with short and long term educational planning. Beyond campus,
The Warm Place (www.thewarmplace.org) offers grief support for young adults, children and families.
Have a great spring semester,
Your TCU RSL Family