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Housing & Dining

When the Campus Commons is your front yard, you can live your best TCU life. Our residential communities are nationally recognized for good reason.

Students hanging out on campus

Living On Campus

The experience of living on campus is more than convenient—it’s a valuable way to take part in everything TCU has to offer. Finding yourself in your new home is sure to foster lifelong friendships and personal growth. That’s why we require our first- and second-year students to live on campus.


Close up of a bicycle rack on the TCU campus with pink, red, and yellow bikes
High up view of the TCU campus commons with scattered groups of pedestrians. Frog Fountain is visible in the distance and a huge horned frog logo can be seen on the brick walkway

Residence Halls

Each of our unique residence halls has been freshly updated in recent years, so they all offer comfortable, welcoming surroundings from which to start your future. More than a place to live, they’re alive with caring staff and planned activities.


Four female TCU students and one male sit together laughing in a stylish residence hall with modern furnishing and gold accents.
Off campus, a group of six TCU students laugh and eat hamburgers together at a large table at Dutch's burgers.

Living Off Campus

TCU is surrounded by a friendly residential neighborhood with a number of nearby student housing options, so many upperclassmen choose to live off campus. Some apartment complexes cater exclusively to students and even provide transportation.


Exterior of the GrandMarc at TCU, a nearby off-campus residence hall.
A young man uses a cell phone to photograph a group of smiling sorority girls before a party in the Greek Village at TCU.

Greek Housing

Greek life has been a tradition for a number of TCU students since the 1950s, and our newly reimagined Greek Village in Worth Hills offers the next chapter in spirited togetherness.


Exterior of the Greek Village at TCU, where a tall obelisk monument bearing greek letters is surrounded group of sorority and fraternity houses
Busy students create a blur making their way through Market Square, the main TCU campus dining hall.


The food possibilities at TCU are vast; our flexible dining plans extend beyond our popular campus eateries to off-campus spots. We offer scratch made comfort foods that include both vegetarian and vegan fare, and keep one of our kitchens allergen-free for students with food sensitivities.


A young male student wearing glasses smiles across a table at a young woman in Market Square, the main TCU dining hall.