Dungeons & Dragons

Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.

– Neil Gaiman (attr. G.K. Chesterton)

 

Our Dungeons & Dragons Supportive Community aims to engage with students by playing D&D to develop healthy relationships built upon listening, empathy, creativity, and respect, use their critical problem-solving skills, and empower them to practice self-discovery and heroism. This pilot program is led by TCU staff members with the support of the Counseling & Mental Health Center.

This is a free program open to beginners and experienced players alike. We are adding two additional two weeknight games for the Spring 2020. The times will be determined based on applicants’ schedules, and there are only 12 spots available for the two additional campaigns. If you are interested in participating in our Spring 2020 program, please fill out the D&D form below.

At this time, all of the groups slots have been filled. We thank you for your interest and will post updates as they become available. If you have any questions, please contact e.c.wood@tcu.edu or call our main office at 817-257-7863.