TCU ALLIES Facebook Group:

TCU LGBT Alumni Facebook Group:

TCU Spectrum
Spectrum’s mission statement is to provide a supportive, safe, and social setting for any persons that identify under the LGBTQ+ Spectrum along with any allies and any other interested parties recognizing sexual and gender diversity here at Texas Christian University. To provide educational resources to the university and community regarding issues of sexual and gender diversity. To be a proponent of social and political action in regards to sexual and gender diversity on a local, state, national, and international level.

TCU Spectrum Facebook Group:

TCU Graduate Spectrum Facebook Group:

TCU GSA Alumni Facebook group:

TCU Inclusiveness & Intercultural Services:
To advocate and promote diversity, inclusiveness, and cultural awareness throughout the TCU community
To accomplish our mission, Inclusiveness & Intercultural Services (IIS) provides various programs, activities, events and organizations through which students, faculty, staff and the community can learn, grow, interact and develop. While we focus on education equity, student learning and retention, we pride ourselves on offering everyone a space of acceptance and understanding. Through programs like the Community Scholars Program and the Minority High School Conference, our community outreach initiatives for Fort Worth and surrounding area school districts has excelled. As a part of our on-campus initiatives, students, faculty and staff, through the Inclusiveness Task Force and Council on Diversity, oversee a University-wide annual conference and seminars for faculty and staff. Our goal is to improve understanding and to provide opportunities for dialogues and interaction around the issues of diversity and inclusiveness for the TCU community.

Religious & Spiritual Life:
The staff of TCU’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life believe that living life “spirituality whole” (where our inner values and beliefs align with our outer actions) enhances the life of individuals as well as of the whole community. To that end, RSL provides programs and resources to support all students at TCU, including LGBTQ students, so that they can explore matters of faith, practice religious traditions and develop spiritual practices in a safe, respectful and inclusive environment. Among our many roles, we connect students to faith communities both on campus and off, offer pastoral care, and create opportunities outside the classroom to explore the role of faith, religion and spirituality in all facets of life. For decades at TCU, the RSL office has worked to be an ally and a place of support to LGTBQ students, faculty and staff and we continue to do so.

Gender-Neutral Restrooms on the TCU campus
(accessible from public hallways, not within a private office space or residence hall)
BLUU South Wing, Level 1 (two separate restrooms)
Moore Building, Level 2 (Brite Divinity School)
Winton-Scott Hall, Level 5 (two restrooms, one at north end and south end of hallway)
Erma Lowe Hall, Level 2 (north side of building next to dance studio)
Ed Landreth Hall, Basement
Robert Carr Chapel (two restrooms, one on either side of front entry doors)


Local Off-Campus Resources

Carpenter Initiative in Gender, Sexuality and Justice

Fort Worth PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays)

Human Rights Campaign, Dallas/Fort Worth Steering Committee

Human Rights Campaign Resources page

Download pdfs of the Straight Guide to LGBT Americans and Growing up LGBT in America.


General Resources
Campus Pride serves LGBTQ and ally student leaders and campus organizations in the areas of leadership development, support programs and services to create safer, more inclusive LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities. It exists to develop, support and give “voice and action” in building future LGBTQ and ally student leaders.
As young people push to attain the goals of the queer community on their campuses, HRC is working to provide tools, facilitate connections with other LGBT student activists across the country and empower youth to fight for LGBT equality on campus and beyond.
Within this guide, LGBTQ students can find resources and information about support systems available to help them navigate both high school and college environments.
This guide takes a look at those colleges and universities leading the way in providing curricula and resources to support LGBTQ students throughout their college experience.