Protect The Purple

Want to stay on campus? Make it happen.

Wear a face covering
Practice social distancing
Don't attend or host parties
Don't go to class if feeling sick
Hold your friends accountable for the health of our community

Virtual Support Services

Student Affairs is suggesting resources to help students in the transition to a virtual experience including updates from Academic Advising, Information Technology, Career Center, Counseling Center, Campus-Life Dean’s Office, and many more departments that are here to support, encourage academic success, reduce social isolation and create connections.

Learn more about the Councils

Each of the organizations within the TCU fraternity and sorority community is housed within one of five governing councils. Learn more about the various chapters at TCU.

Fraternity and Sorority Life at Texas Christian University began in 1955 when the first fraternity chapter was established. Almost seventy years and thousands of members later, the Greek Community is thriving and now offers 43 fraternities and sororities.

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Learn more about the fraternity and sorority communities housed within one of five governing councils.

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Membership in a fraternity and sorority can provide many opportunities to enhance your collegiate experience. Find your fit today

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Check Out! our newest publication to learn more about our fraternity and sorority community.

Building Better Men & Women Publication



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Forms & Resources

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Leadership & Service

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TCU is committed to maintaining high standards for our fraternities and sororities by upholding organization and University policies, procedures, and expectations. Learn more about chapter grades, and chapter conduct reports.

Community Standards