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Honors College Community Service Welcome Back Meeting

Wednesday Jan 29 | 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Please come to HCCS’s spring semester welcome back meeting! We will be discussing important info about upcoming events, awarding our most dedicated members of last semester, selecting a new VP of Operations, and voting on our constitution.

Milton Daniel Hall

Milton Daniel Hall
3205 Main Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Honors College Community Service

Honors College Community Service Welcome Back Meeting
HCCS is a community service program for Honors students at TCU. We connect interested students to meaningful service opportunities in the Fort Worth community. With partnerships with many different kinds of organizations, HCCS offers a range of opportunities and a flexible time commitment. Please contact Sara Bond at sara.bond@tcu.edu, if you are interested in joining.

Questions about this event?

Diep Ho

Email: diep.t.n.ho@tcu.edu

Phone: 6827726302

Encouragement Cards

Encouragement Cards

Monday Dec 2 - Dec 15 | 8:00 am - 11:45 pm

Come make an encouragement card for a child going through a tough time! HCCS is partnering with Milton Daniel and the Honors College to make encouragement cards for kids going through court cases from suffering abuse. The kids can open the cards when they are having a bad day or feeling sad. Stop by either the Honors office in Scharbauer Hall (open from 8am to 4:30pm Monday-Friday) or the Milton front desk (open from 9am to 3am Monday-Friday, 10am-3am Saturday, and 1pm-3am Sunday) anytime between December 2nd and 15th to make or drop off a card! Card decorating materials will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own as well. This event is open to all honors students.

Milton Daniel Hall

Milton Daniel Hall
3205 Main Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Honors College Community Service

Encouragement Cards
HCCS is a community service program for Honors students at TCU. We connect interested students to meaningful service opportunities in the Fort Worth community. With partnerships with many different kinds of organizations, HCCS offers a range of opportunities and a flexible time commitment. Please contact Sara Bond at sara.bond@tcu.edu, if you are interested in joining.

Questions about this event?

Diep Ho

Email: diep.t.n.ho@tcu.edu

Phone: (682) 772-6302

Bow dazzling

Bow Dazzling

Friday Nov 15 | 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Bow Dazzling is a non-profit organization that makes bows and headbands for girls with cancer. Come join Honors College Community Service in decorating hangers for this organization! HCCS is partnering with Bow Dazzling and the Milton-Daniel RA’s to set up this awesome service opportunity, which is open to all honors students!

Milton Daniel Hall

Milton Daniel Hall
3205 Main Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Honors College Community Service

Bow Dazzling
HCCS is a community service program for Honors students at TCU. We connect interested students to meaningful service opportunities in the Fort Worth community. With partnerships with many different kinds of organizations, HCCS offers a range of opportunities and a flexible time commitment. Please contact Sara Bond at sara.bond@tcu.edu, if you are interested in joining.

Questions about this event?

Diep Ho

Email: diep.t.n.ho@tcu.edu

Phone: 682-772-6302

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End The Cycle.

Sunday Apr 15 - Apr 28 | 7:30 am - 11:30 am

End The Cycle. is an event hosted to help homeless women around Fort Worth. We gather donations from people in TCU and give them to the homeless women who are in need.

Milton Daniel Hall

Milton Daniel Hall
3205 Main Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About Beyond Borders

End The Cycle.
Beyond Borders is a new organization aimed at connecting all international students with TCU faculty & staff through events, mentorship, relationships building and mutual understanding. MISSION STATEMENT To create sustainable relationship among all international students and staffs; to help all international students develop necessary skills for their college experiences; to foster cultural awareness and understanding within TCU community. VALUE Belief – Inspiration – Mentorship – Progress – Culture – Perseverance