The TCU Health Center Pharmacy offers a convenient location, competitive pricing, and a strong commitment to patient education and service.
We provide the same insurance co-pays and savings as other pharmacies but with the added convenience of “send home” charges on TCU student accounts. Cash, debit, credit cards, and FSA/HSA cards are also accepted. Medications can be mailed directly to students.
In addition to your prescription needs, we carry over-the-counter medications that treat pain, allergies, cough/cold/sinus, stomach/intestinal issues, skin care, first aid, condoms/Plan B, vitamins, oral hygiene, sore throat, feminine products, and others.
TCU Pharmacy Prescription Information
Have your provider submit your prescription electronically to the TCU Pharmacy, your provider can submit the prescription solely with the pharmacy name.
Have your student ID and your prescription insurance card ready to show us. If you have the TCU Student Health Insurance Plan, you can download your prescription ID card at https://healthcenter.tcu.edu/insurance/. If using your parent’s insurance, ask them for copies of these cards.
Email email@example.com with your name, student ID, prescription name and number and we will text you when your medication is ready to be picked up.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, student ID, prescription name and number, and phone number of the other pharmacy that has your refills. Please allow 24 hours to complete the transfer.
The TCU pharmacy is one of very few Texas pharmacies that have permission from the Texas Department of Public Safety and the Texas State Board of Pharmacy to fill students’ out-of-state Schedule II prescriptions, in accordance with Texas state and federal laws and must adhere to the following guidelines:
- Only signed, dated, original prescriptions or electronically prescribed prescriptions are accepted and must fulfill the Texas DPS regulations for a valid prescription.
2. The prescription must be filled within 30 days from the date the prescription is written.
3. Texas law prohibits nurse practitioners or physician’s assistants from prescribing C-II prescriptions.
4. Only registered TCU students may fill out-of-state C II prescriptions per Board of Pharmacy regulations. The patient must provide a valid TCU Student ID and/or driver’s license to pick up the prescribed medication.
5. TCU Police will be called in on any strongly suspected fraudulent prescriptions.
6. No Schedule II prescriptions will be mailed or picked up by a third party. Students must sign acknowledging receipt of their medication.
Schedule II drugs include stimulants that are used in the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and narcolepsy.