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Jarvis Hall

Constructed in 1911, Jarvis was the smallest residence hall on campus until 2008, when it was totally renovated for office and classroom space. Jarvis' location adjacent to the Campus Commons makes it an ideal home for several student services, including the BNSF Railway Career Center, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, and Intercultural and Inclusiveness Services. One floor is dedicated to studios and classrooms for the School of Music. The building is named for Colonel J.J. Jarvis, who served as president of the Board of Trustees from 1889 to 1896.

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On Campus, Academics, Administrative

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9/16 6 pm
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The Nourish Peer Support Community is open to any TCU student who wants to improve their relationship with food or their body. The Nourish group meets on...

9/21 4 pm
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9/23 6 pm
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The Nourish Peer Support Community is open to any TCU student who wants to improve their relationship with food or their body. The Nourish group meets on...

9/28 4 pm
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9/30 6 pm

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Jarvis Hall

Jarvis Hall posted a photo 12/12/2018