FrogConnect is a new student-led community that uses GroupMe to foster connections between TCU students based on shared interests. The goal of these communities is to allow students to feel a sense of belonging and create relationships with fellow Horned Frogs. If you’re looking for someone to go with to the TCU game, meet for lunch in the BLUU or attend a concert in the Commons, try one of the FrogConnect groups and meet a new Horned Frog today.

FrogConnect will start in the summer of 2021. Fill out the interest form and you will be contacted when the program starts.

FrogConnect Groups

Join this GroupMe to connect with other students with TCU pride! Students are encouraged to communicate about meeting others to attend Horned Frog games. Showing your school pride and cheering on fellow students is a great way to get to know other Horned Frogs.

Join this GroupMe to connect with other students on campus to meet for a meal. Students are encouraged to message the group when they want to meet up with others for lunch at King Family Commons, dinner at the BLUU, or even a snack at Chick-fil-A.

Join this GroupMe to connect with other students to attend What2Do@TCU events, theCrew events, and other on-campus gatherings! Students are encouraged to send messages to get groups together for concerts, speakers, movie screenings and more.

There are lots of ways to connect with fellow Horned Frogs. TCU has tons of events and programs every week that are great places to meet new people, learn new things and just have fun.  To see on-campus opportunities and connect with other students visit or follow these TCU pages.

https://what2do.tcu.edu/

https://studentactivities.tcu.edu/

https://www.instagram.com/thecrew_tcu/

https://www.instagram.com/theendtcu/

https://campusrec.tcu.edu/programs/

https://www.instagram.com/tcustudents/

https://calendar.tcu.edu/

Interest Form

FrogConnect
Select the group(s) you would like to be a part of
TERMS & DISCLAIMER
• FrogConnect GroupMe signups will only be sent to enrolled TCU students at a TCU email address. For privacy reasons, you will receive an email asking you to confirm your request within 1-2 business days after completing the form.
• Students who complete a FrogConnect form are vetted by TCU to make sure there is not a history of known significant behavioral or conduct cases on campus. If a student becomes involved in a significant behavioral of conduct case on campus, or is known to be involved in a criminal legal matter in the community, that student is subject to be removed from the FrogConnect program.
• We will not share full names or contact information with other students, but only send an invitation to join the specified GroupMe. A staff member is connected to each GroupMe, but may not monitor every message. This staff is a point of contact in case there are ever concerns about messages on the GroupMe.
• Requesting money, making romantic advances, or sending any messages not related to the purpose of the specified FrogConnect is grounds to be removed from the program.
• Any submissions on the FrogConnect form, or messages on the specified GroupMe that includes explicit content, threats, or deemed inappropriate will not be processed and may be forwarded to the Deans of Students office with your contact information.
• You only need to request a specified FrogConnect group once. You may join multiple FrogConnect groups but please only send one request per group.
• Students who participate in FrogConnect agree to treat other students in the program with respect as well as follow the TCU Student Code of Conduct. Failure to do so could result in your removal of the program and/or your contact information being forwarded to a Dean of Students.
• Students who participate in FrogConnect understand that this program is designed to connect TCU students and is not a counseling or therapy intervention. Students also understands that GroupMe is not a TCU-sponsored or monitored platform.
I accept these terms and understand that FrogConnect is not a substitute for counseling and should not be considered as a therapeutic intervention. *