International Student Life
In addition to providing academic support to our international students, International Services works to build innovative and tangible programs to engage international and domestic students towards TCU mission of creating responsible, ethical global leaders.
International Student Association
International Student Association is comprised of US and International Students whose interests include global issues, travel, cultural and campus involvement. This official organization attends football games in groups, hosts educational events, social outings, and the annual International Banquet.
To learn more about this social organization, email ISA president Ann Tran.
Beyond Borders is a student organization that works with faculty and campus leaders to create a successful transition into TCU during an international student’s first year. Relying on relationships between faculty and students, Beyond Border hosts social events throughout the first two semesters, partnering new students and campus faculty.
International Orientation Volunteers
International Orientation Volunteers play a key role in the first two weeks of the international student arrival at TCU. Partnering with International Services, IOV’s “translate” the cultural ideas and expectations for new students that often go unnoticed otherwise. As leaders of key communities on campus, these volunteers dedicate their efforts to making sure international students are ready and engaged by the time classes begin.
Frogs For Rwanda
Frogs for Rwanda is the student group that works to support students and educational efforts related to Rwandan and Central African student experience at TCU. Programs include the films, food, culture, and a yearly pilgrimage to support the commemoration of the survivors of the genocide in Washington, DC.