Send a Virtual Letter of Care
Looking for a way to support fellow Horned Frogs and brighten their day? Send a virtual care letter to show someone they are cared about or write an open letter to the TCU community. Sending a virtual letter is a simple thing to do to show support to other students during this time of uncertainty. Making a difference can be so simple, yet it can be incredibly impactful!
Please read the following details about sending a letter of care, agree to the terms, and fill out the form.
- You must be an enrolled TCU student and use your TCU email address to send a Virtual Letter of Care to a fellow student or send an open letter to the TCU community. Individual Virtual Letters of Care will only be sent to enrolled TCU students at their TCU email address. For privacy reasons, you will receive an email asking you to confirm your request to send a Virtual Letter of Care within 1-2 business days after completing the form.
- If you select to send a Virtual Letter of Care to another TCU student, that student will first receive a notification asking if they wish to receive a Virtual Letter of Care from you. If they respond “yes”, then your Letter of Care will be delivered to their TCU email address. The delivery process may take approximately 1-2 weeks to arrive, depending on the current number of requests.
- If you select to submit an Open Virtual Letter of Care to the TCU Community, your contact information and full name will not be shared. We will select one open letter to post every week until classes resume on August 24th. After classes resume, we will display all of the Open Virtual Letters.
- Please keep the content of the letter to 500 words or less, about 1 typed page. If your submission exceeds 500 words, then it may be edited. Any submission 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.
- Virtual Letters of Care are meant to provide positive affirmation and supportive messages. Letters that express political opinions, subjective criticisms, or deemed inappropriate will not be posted.