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LEAPS Fall 2015: Pristine Fifteen

On October 24th, LEAPS will be celebrating its 15th anniversary, cementing itself as a campus-wide tradition! Our LEAPS team is striving for more meaningful service in our TCU community, and plans on educating the student body on community awareness. Furthermore, LEAPS has a central mission to strengthen the bond between TCU and the larger community that surrounds the campus.

Look out for educational events during LEAPS Week (Monday October 25th – Friday October 9th) and to learn more about our campus-wide day of service, as well as out development as an organization over the past 15 years!

This semester’s day of service will on Saturday, October 24th 2015. There will be two shifts, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. Registration details are as follows:

Group sign up: TBA

Individual sign up: TBA

‚ÄčGroup Registration Instructions (Read more on Registration Tab)

  • Each organization will be responsible for selecting their own service site. We recommend that if you have a large group of Leaps participants that you select a site that can accommodate a maximum amount of volunteers exceeding the number of Leaps participants that your group is planning to bring.
  • You can select your group’s service site by viewing the option of service sites and having each of your group members register for that particular site.
  • Since each organization will select their own service site, you are responsible for sharing the site you selected with your group members. Make sure your group members go in and register themselves. 
  • Group registration will be open from TBA. We strongly recommend that you encourage all of your group members to register via OrgSync no later than the deadline. After the  deadline, we cannot guarantee that group members who have not already registered will be assigned to the service site your group has selected.


TCU LEAPS is a campus-wide day of service sending students, faculty, staff and alumni to serve together in our community. Participants spend a Saturday each semester volunteering with local agencies, then return to campus for reflection. Our hope is that LEAPS is just a beginning, encouraging us all to learn about and get connected to our community.