Student Emergency Fund

The RSL office is home to the TCU Student Emergency Fund, which provides short-term financial assistance to students in catastrophic and emergency situations.  To download a fund application, click here. Applications must be turned into the RSL Front Desk in Jarvis Hall on the first floor.  Applications are reviewed by staff from Campus Life, the Office of Financial Aid, and others on campus who work with students in crisis.

Congregations and Local Religious Communities

Here at Texas Christian University, we recognize the critical and life-giving role local religious communities can play in the lives of students seeking to grow their faith and find a religious community to call home. With over 1000 congregations in Tarrant County, we realize there’s many options – each diverse in belief, mission, worship style, size, programs, etc.

Students – for a list of local religious communities within a 3-mile radius, click here.  Please note that this listing does not in any way constitute an endorsement of any congregation or outside organization. Also, our goal is to help every student find a way to practice their faith that reflects their tradition and background, so if there’s a religious community or tradition you’re seeking that is not on this list, please contact us here.

Churches and local religious communities – to learn more about how to connect and serve students as well as how religious and spiritual life exists on campus, click here.

Additional Resources

Explore this resource section to find information on Christian practices and vocation, Interfaith engagement, social justice and service, and Religion in the news.

Exploring Christian Practices

Exploring Christian Vocation

Exploring Interfaith Engagement

Exploring Faith-based Social Justice & Service