Each year from Nov. 7 to 11, members of the Horned Frog family join together to observe Veterans Celebration Week, commemorating the brave men and women who have served and are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
- Veteran’s Day Moment of Silence, Flag Planting and Walk-With-A-Vet
- The Veterans Luncheon & Resource Fair
- Cards for Troops
- Wall of Honor
- Marine Corps Birthday Cake-Cutting
- Soul Repair and Volunteers of America Veterans Day Chapel Service
TCU has a long and storied military history. In WWII, campus landmarks like Jarvis Hall and Clark Hall served as home quarters to many naval and army service units, and trainees took college courses while undergoing operative training.
Today, the University continues to welcome those who have served in the armed forces and the dependents of those who serve. TCU commits significant financial aid via the Post-9/11 GI Bill and the Yellow Ribbon Program, and TCU Veterans Services provides support to assist veterans and their dependents in obtaining a college degree.
- See more photos of the wreath-laying ceremony
- Follow TCU Veterans Services Task Force on Facebook
- Explore the TCU Army ROTC program
- View the Role of Honor at TCU’s Veterans Plaza
- Learn more about TCU’s brave Fallen Frogs
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