Promoting psychological health, well being, and resources for TCU students to cope with personal and academic challenges


Crisis counselors are available throughout the day in our office in Samuelson Hall. If you need to speak with a counselor after hours please call our 24/7 counseling line at 817-257-7233. For emergencies, please call the Campus Police at 817-257-7777 or dial 911.

In the wake of trauma – tips for college students

Coping with grief

Parent Letter – Grief

The TCU Counseling and Mental Health Center has a 24/7 counseling line that offers telephone counseling to all TCU students anytime, day or night, and even during semester breaks. If you feel the need to talk with a counselor, please call 817-257-7233.



At TCU’s Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC), we are committed to serve all students and the TCU community, and we strive to celebrate individual differences and create a safe space for all.

Consistent with TCU Core Values, which include personal freedom and integrity, the dignity and respect of the individual, and a heritage of inclusiveness, our staff are dedicated to respecting, honoring, affirming, and celebrating all people.  We strive to address aspects of diversity that make us unique, including (but not limited to) ethnic/racial identity, nationality, sexual and LGBTQIA+ identity, gender identity and expression, age, religious/spiritual beliefs, socioeconomic status, body shape/size, physical ability status, and varying points of view.

The professional ethics and standards of the various mental health disciplines represented at CMHC place an emphasis on the dignity and worth of all individuals, and all CMHC staff are dedicated to upholding these values.