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LGBTQIA+ & the Federal Government: Campus Resources

This guide highlights primary and secondary Government resources pertaining to the LGBTQIA+ community.

TCU Police Assistance

The TCU Police are committed to the TCU Campus community in all of its forms.

Officer Pamela Christian and Officer George Steen are two open officers that can be contacted.

Non emergency number  817-257-8400

Emergency number  817-257-7777 (24 hrs)

Transportation services available for after hours when you may feel unsafe at 817-257-7930

For more information visit their site at https://police.tcu.edu/

 

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center (817-257-7863 / https://counseling.tcu.edu/) is located near the BLUU (Samuelson Hall Basement Entrance) and it offers free assistance for any mental health needs or counseling needs. Many counselors are safe zone trained and knowledgeable.

Chuck Dunning, Professional Consultant, is available for confidential conversation about anything you would like. He runs a walk-in session with no paperwork and no appointments Monday 9-5, Tuesday 10-5 and Wednesday 12-3 in Tucker 003H.

The Counseling center has a 24/7 helpline; 817-257-SAFE(7233) all year round.

 

TCU Health Center

https://healthcenter.tcu.edu/lgbtq/ provides all of the LGBTQIA+ services on offer.

To make an appointment at the health center, call 817-257-7940.

A thorough sexual health screening is available, free of charge if you hold the TCU Health insurance.

HELP FW Sexual health clinic, 1717 S Main Street, provides sexual health screening, along with PrEP prescriptions. The link to their site is;  http://helpfw.org. You do not have disclose your insurance here.

 

Faith & Spirituality

The Office of Spiritual Life (https://faith.tcu.edu/) offers support and care for any spiritual or religious questions or needs you may have. To speak with the chaplain you can make an appointment on 817-257-7830 or email faith@tcu.edu

‘Alphabet Soup’ is a group for LGBTQ+ students that would like a group session to share individual struggles and joys as well as learn more about oneself. In conjunction with the Counseling Center (a.swartz@tcu.edu) and Chaplain Todd Boling (t.boling@tcu.edu), they meet Wednesdays from 3.30-5pm.

 

Title IX Office

Any instances or discrimination or abuse can be reported to Dr Darron Turner at the following link. He is the Title IX Coordinator and is responsible for ensuring all minority groups are respected and free from discrimination on TCU’s campus. 

Visit at https://titleix.tcu.edu or call 817-257-8228.

 

Gender-Neutral Public Restrooms

TCU does not have many truly gender-neutral restrooms. There are currently some restrooms on campus that are as such, available to all for use. These are located:

BLUU South Wing —  Level 1 (two separate restrooms)

Counseling Center — one single stall restroom

Erma Lowe Hall — Level 2, north side of building next to dance studio Ed Landreth Hall, — Basement

Mary Couts Burnett Library – Unisex bathroom 1st floor, East side across from Institutional Research

Moore Building — Level 2 (Brite Divinity School)

Robert Carr Chapel — two restrooms, one on either side of front entry doors

TCU Health Center – all unisex toilets

Winton-Scott Hall — Level 5, two restrooms, one at north end and south end of hallway