Hello Horned Frogs!! Welcome to HCCS-- The John V. Roach Honors College's service organization!
We're here to connect Honors students to meaningful service in the Fort Worth community. You can sign up for a one-time event, or get involved with one of our ongoing projects! Please look at the events tab for all of our dates for the Fall 2017 semester!
A Few of Our Organizations
Fort Worth Marathon
Tarrant Area Food Bank
St. Demetrios Greek Festival
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 Morgan Vachio at email@example.com if you are interested in joining!
Describe the purpose and mission of your proposed organization.
The John V. Roach Honors College Community Service program is committed to providing meaningful service opportunities. The program encourages students to broaden their social awareness, connect to fellow College students and faculty, and to make a habit of community service. We will work with several organizations in the Fort Worth area and offer at least 5 different opportunities to students per semester. Most opportunities will be one-time special events. We plan to work consistently with the same organizations and form partnerships with them. HCCS will also offer an ongoing, weekly opportunity at a youth center.
President/Charter member of an organization must have completed a minimum of one (1) semester (Fall or Spring) at TCU and be in good standing with the University. Good standing is defined in the Student Organizations Handbook under Membership Requirements for Student Organizations.
Please use valid tcu.edu email addresses
Advisor must be a full-time TCU faculty, staff or chaplain. Advisor will be contacted to confirm commitment.
(e.g. Professor, Chaplain, etc.)
Honors College and Fogelson Forum Coordinator
Please complete the following form for the organization that you advise.
Please list any/all membership requirements and/or qualifications that are expected of new members. Please refer to the Student Organizations Handbook under Memebership Requirements for Student Organizations.
Students must be current members of the Honors College and must meet the academic requirements of the Honors College.
Will your organization require members to pay dues or entrance/initiation fees?
How will new members join the organization?
Open enrollment - students may join at any time
If membership in your organization is an application & selection process, please indicate when you typically select new members? (Check all that apply)