About TCU and UNTHSC

About Texas Christian University

Founded in 1873, TCU is a world-class, values-centered private university based in Fort Worth, Texas. The University comprises eight schools and colleges offering 113 areas of undergraduate study, 58 master’s level programs and 30 areas of doctoral study. Total enrollment stands at 10,489, including 9,011 undergraduates and 1,478 graduate students. The student/faculty ratio is about 13:1 and 85 percent of TCU’s 669 full-time faculty members hold the highest degree in their discipline. TCU consistently ranks among the top colleges and universities in the nation, and the Horned Frog family consists of more than 88,000 living alumni. For more information, visit www.tcu.edu 

IT Services

How to Get IT Help: We have established an IT help line for the School of Medicine. Trey Ivy and Lori Russell will be monitoring the calls to help with urgent technology issues. The number is 817-257-8972. Normal IT call ticketing is still the recommended way of submitting most issues. To submit a ticket, visit it.tcu.edu

Emergency Preparedness

Student safety orientation is provided to all incoming first-year medical students by TCU Police and other personnel during MD Welcome Week to acclimate students to the procedures and resources regarding safety and emergencies that pertain to these environments. Emergency Preparedness 

Education on security, safety, and emergency preparedness protocols will be provided to school of medicine students, faculty and staff. For more information, please refer to the Security, Safety and Emergency Preparedness Policy.

Emergency Numbers

  • TCU Police Department¬†¬†817-257-7777
  • TCU 24/7 Crisis Intervention:¬†817-527-7233
  • MHMR of Tarrant County – Crisis:¬†1-800-866-2465
  • School of Medicine Administrator On Call:¬†682-404-7224

Student Safety

Campus Maps

TCU Campus Map

Library 

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Mary Couts Burnett Library 2913 W. Lowden St Fort Worth, TX 76129 (817) 257-7106 https://library.tcu.edu/

TCU Student Resources

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About University of North Texas Health Science Center

UNT Health Science Center is a values-based graduate university located on 33 acres in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District. Founded in 1970, the university has approximately 2,500 students across its five graduate schools: Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, School of Public Health, School of Health Professions and the UNT System College of Pharmacy. Key areas of interprofessional strength include aging and Alzheimer’s disease, applied genetics, eye diseases, primary care and prevention. For more information, please visit www.unthsc.edu

Emergency Preparedness

Student safety orientation is provided to all incoming first-year medical students by UNTHSC Police and other personnel during MD Welcome Week to acclimate students to the procedures and resources regarding safety and emergencies that pertain to these environments. Emergency Preparedness 

Education on security, safety, and emergency preparedness protocols will be provided to school of medicine students, faculty and staff. For more information, please refer to the Security, Safety and Emergency Preparedness Policy.

Emergency Numbers

Library

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Gibson D. Lewis Health Science Library 927 Montgomery St Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 735-2465 https://library.hsc.unt.edu/ 

Student Safety

Campus Maps

UNTHSC Campus Map

UNTHSC Building Access, Hours, and Usage

UNTHSC Student Resources

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