Counseling available as TCU mourns a student’s death


The Counseling, Testing & Mental Health Center, located in the basement of Samuelson Hall, offers services to students dealing with mental health issues. (Kelsey Ritchie/Staff Reporter)

By Taylor Boser

The death of a junior economics major Thursday prompted TCU officials to remind students that counseling services are available for those in need.

According to the Tarrant County medical examiner, Will Cook, 27, died by suicide.

“Please take care of yourself and others and keep the Cook family close in your thoughts and prayers,” Kathy Cavins-Tull, vice chancellor for student affairs, said in an email Saturday.

The Brown-Lupton Counseling Center, Religious and Spiritual Life and the Office of Campus Life are available by walk-ins or by appointment.

Additional support is available here.