Brite Divinity School and Texas Christian University are independent institutions that share a rich historical relationship and enjoy a shared heritage, affiliation, traditions, and values with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Both institutions recognize the benefits of a supportive and collaborative relationship especially in areas of teaching and scholarly programs.
Located on the campus of TCU, Brite is surrounded by the vitality and resources of a major university. Students at Brite receive a TCU I.D. card that grants Brite students are encouraged to make use of the TCU Writing Center, where Brite’s Writing Consultant is on staff. They also have ready access to the TCU Health and Counseling Center.full access to every aspect of university life, including a large interdisciplinary library, a state-of-the-art recreational center, world-class lectures, fine arts performances and sporting events.
Graduate level courses across a variety of disciplines at TCU are open to Brite students and may, with permission, be taken as electives within a student’s program.With their TCU I.D., students at Brite may receive a Trinity Rail Express Pass, which grants free access to the Fort Worth bus system, the Trinity Rail system, connecting Dallas and Fort Worth, and the DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) system in Dallas.