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First-year students adjust to living away from home during COVID-19

TCU first-year students are having to adjust to a new college experience in the midst of a pandemic.
Students enjoy their time in the Commons.

How COVID-19 is affecting TCU: A collection by TCU 360

A collection of stories shows how COVID-19 has affected campus.

TCU distributes 3,500 vaccines at annual flu clinic

TCU nursing students were still able to administer flu vaccines amid the pandemic.
TCU cheerleaders cheer six-feet apart at the football game.

COVID-19 safety measures limit routines and practices of TCU spirit groups

TCU spirit organizations have had to adapt to regulations put in place in response to the pandemic.

Reporter shares experience with living in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19

One TCU 360 reporter talked about how she made it through a period of isolation.

Student tests positive for COVID-19 after attending summer party

A TCU student who attended a luau over the summer and tested positive for COVID-19 talks about her experience with the disease.
TCU students cheer for the football team.

Student COVID-19 cases near zero as semester reaches midpoint

Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Kathy Cavins-Tull attributed the decline to university testing protocols and student behavior.

TCU’s Food Recovery Network is unable to deliver food amid COVID-19

TCU's Food Recovery Network can no longer deliver food to local homeless shelters due to COVID-19 protocols.

Hall directors get creative to help students cope in isolation

When hall directors realized isolated students were struggling in isolation, they teamed up to create "busy bags."
Campus Commons

TCU has isolation rooms for students with COVID-19

TCU has designated isolation rooms in several residence halls set aside for students who test positive for COVID-19 but are unable to be in their own room.
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