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Yearbook Portrait Days

Wednesday Feb 5 - Feb 14 | 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Free portraits for the yearbook. Wednesday 2/5 – Friday 2/7 and Monday 2/10 – Friday 2/14. All students, faculty and staff are invited to take their portrait. We do not reuse photos from year to year. Seniors will have the opportunity to take their cap & gown photos. Order a yearbook today yearbook.tcu.edu/order.

Mary Couts Burnett Library

Mary Couts Burnett Library
2905 South University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About The Horned Frog Yearbook

Yearbook Portrait Days
The Horned Frog is a 500-page, full-color book that covers academics, athletics, organizations, fraternity and sorority life, student life, and all of the people on campus. It is the only official ongoing history of TCU. The yearbook is student-produced. Our staff meets weekly, maintains office hours, and covers nearly every facet of campus. The Horned Frog is produced on Apple computers utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite, and is printed by Balfour Publishing Company in Dallas. Even though the covers and layouts have changed over the years, the yearbook staff continues to maintain the same goal - to preserve the University’s history and traditions. Over 100 years later, the yearbook staff has continued the same way of preserving history. The yearbook office has one of the best collections of TCU’s history - displaying books dating back over 100 years. The Horned Frog family is invited to come to the office and flip through the books that we house. Seeing Horned Frogs from decades ago really brings into perspective the meaning of being a Horned Frog forever.

Questions about this event?

Mallory Odom

Email: mallory.odom@tcu.edu

Phone: 5279

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Yearbook Portrait Days

Wednesday Oct 2 - Oct 11 | 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Free portraits for the yearbook. Wednesday 10/2 – Friday 10/4 and Monday 10/7 – Friday 10/11. All students, faculty and staff are invited to take their portrait. We do not reuse photos from year to year. Seniors will have the opportunity to take their cap & gown photos. Order a yearbook today yearbook.tcu.edu/order

Mary Couts Burnett Library

Mary Couts Burnett Library
2905 South University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About The Horned Frog Yearbook

Yearbook Portrait Days
The Horned Frog is a 500-page, full-color book that covers academics, athletics, organizations, fraternity and sorority life, student life, and all of the people on campus. It is the only official ongoing history of TCU. The yearbook is student-produced. Our staff meets weekly, maintains office hours, and covers nearly every facet of campus. The Horned Frog is produced on Apple computers utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite, and is printed by Balfour Publishing Company in Dallas. Even though the covers and layouts have changed over the years, the yearbook staff continues to maintain the same goal - to preserve the University’s history and traditions. Over 100 years later, the yearbook staff has continued the same way of preserving history. The yearbook office has one of the best collections of TCU’s history - displaying books dating back over 100 years. The Horned Frog family is invited to come to the office and flip through the books that we house. Seeing Horned Frogs from decades ago really brings into perspective the meaning of being a Horned Frog forever.

Questions about this event?

Mallory Odom

Email: mallory.odom@tcu.edu

Phone: 817-257-5279

PHOTO DAYS 2019

Photo Week

Monday Feb 18 - Feb 22 | 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

This is your last chance for the year to be included in the 2018-19 Horned Frog Yearbook. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to take their photo Monday – Friday, 9:00 – 6:00 daily at the East Entrance of the Library. Graduating students will have the opportunity to take cap & gown portraits. Photos are free of charge. Order your 2019 yearbook at yearbook.tcu.edu/order.

Mary Couts Burnett Library

Mary Couts Burnett Library
2905 South University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About The Horned Frog Yearbook

Photo Week
The Horned Frog is a 500-page, full-color book that covers academics, athletics, organizations, fraternity and sorority life, student life, and all of the people on campus. It is the only official ongoing history of TCU. The yearbook is student-produced. Our staff meets weekly, maintains office hours, and covers nearly every facet of campus. The Horned Frog is produced on Apple computers utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite, and is printed by Balfour Publishing Company in Dallas. Even though the covers and layouts have changed over the years, the yearbook staff continues to maintain the same goal - to preserve the University’s history and traditions. Over 100 years later, the yearbook staff has continued the same way of preserving history. The yearbook office has one of the best collections of TCU’s history - displaying books dating back over 100 years. The Horned Frog family is invited to come to the office and flip through the books that we house. Seeing Horned Frogs from decades ago really brings into perspective the meaning of being a Horned Frog forever.

Questions about this event?

Mallory Odom

Email: yearbook@tcu.edu

Phone: 87-257-5279

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Yearbook Photo Week

Monday Oct 1 - Oct 5 | 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to have their photo taken for the 2019 yearbook. We will be in the Library from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday – Friday. Graduating seniors will have the opportunity to have their cap & gown photos taken as well. We do not reuse photos from previous years so be sure to have your photo taken so that you’re included! For more information or to buy a yearbook visit yearbook.tcu.edu.

Mary Couts Burnett Library

Mary Couts Burnett Library
2905 South University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About The Horned Frog Yearbook

Yearbook Photo Week
The Horned Frog is a 500-page, full-color book that covers academics, athletics, organizations, fraternity and sorority life, student life, and all of the people on campus. It is the only official ongoing history of TCU. The yearbook is student-produced. Our staff meets weekly, maintains office hours, and covers nearly every facet of campus. The Horned Frog is produced on Apple computers utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite, and is printed by Balfour Publishing Company in Dallas. Even though the covers and layouts have changed over the years, the yearbook staff continues to maintain the same goal - to preserve the University’s history and traditions. Over 100 years later, the yearbook staff has continued the same way of preserving history. The yearbook office has one of the best collections of TCU’s history - displaying books dating back over 100 years. The Horned Frog family is invited to come to the office and flip through the books that we house. Seeing Horned Frogs from decades ago really brings into perspective the meaning of being a Horned Frog forever.

Questions about this event?

Mallory Odom

Email: mallory.odom@tcu.edu

Phone: 5279

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Yearbook Photo Days

Monday Feb 19 - Feb 23 | 9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Have your yearbook photo taken for the 2018 Horned Frog Yearbook. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to have their photo taken. We do not re-use photos so don’t miss your chance to be in the book this year! Seniors will have the opportunity to take their cap & gown photos. Visit yearbook.tcu.edu to order your 2018 book today.

Mary Couts Burnett Library

Mary Couts Burnett Library
2905 South University Dr
Fort Worth, TX 76129

About The Horned Frog Yearbook

Yearbook Photo Days
The Horned Frog is a 500-page, full-color book that covers academics, athletics, organizations, fraternity and sorority life, student life, and all of the people on campus. It is the only official ongoing history of TCU. The yearbook is student-produced. Our staff meets weekly, maintains office hours, and covers nearly every facet of campus. The Horned Frog is produced on Apple computers utilizing the Adobe Creative Suite, and is printed by Balfour Publishing Company in Dallas. Even though the covers and layouts have changed over the years, the yearbook staff continues to maintain the same goal - to preserve the University’s history and traditions. Over 100 years later, the yearbook staff has continued the same way of preserving history. The yearbook office has one of the best collections of TCU’s history - displaying books dating back over 100 years. The Horned Frog family is invited to come to the office and flip through the books that we house. Seeing Horned Frogs from decades ago really brings into perspective the meaning of being a Horned Frog forever.

Questions about this event?

Mallory Odom

Email: yearbook@tcu.edu

Phone: 5279