Sodexo has been the contracted food service company on the TCU campus for the last 39 years. Sodexo is one of the world’s largest multinational corporations, with 420,000 employees that represent 130 nationalities and are present on 34,000 sites in 80 countries.

How it works

Non-Profit organizations earn money by working in concession stands at TCU sporting events. In return for your work, you can earn a commission, based on the sales of your stand. All groups shall receive 10% of all food and beverage sales. If served, groups shall receive 8% alcohol commissions. If a volunteer is serving alcohol, they must be TABC certified. Your group is always guaranteed commission – last year non-profit organizations received over $200,000 dollars in commissions.


  • Non-profit organizations groups must have a minimum of 10 people per group.
  • All volunteers must arrive on time and in the proper uniform which will be provided by Sodexo.
  • The minimum age for cashiers is 18 years old. The minimum age for all prep volunteers is 15 years old.
  • Your non-profit group should have a $1,000,000 General Liability policy. Proof must be in the form of Accord form #25.
  • If your group plans to participate in events that require the sale of alcohol you must get a Liquor Liability policy for the amount of $1,00,000 as well as the liability policy.
  • All groups are expected to commit to all football games.
  • Be aware TCU sporting facilities have a clear bag policy that non-profit groups must comply with.

This form must be completed.

NPO Request Form

Complete the following forms and email them to and

  • Non-Profit Vendor Set-up
  • W9 Form
  • Certificate of Insurance with a General Liability policy of $1,000,000. Also, include a policy for $1,000,000 for Liquor Liability.
  • An Indemnity Agreement for all Non-profit Organizations will be sent via email from Sodexo already filled that will need to be e-signed and send back to the email.

All groups are required to view the non-profit organization video 

Woman wearing Sodexo volunteer uniformTCU HAT: We will provide certain amount of hats per group. You can wear any solid black or purple hats or any TCU hats. You can also wear your organization’s hat as long as it has been approved first by Sodexo management.

HAIR: If your hair is longer than your shoulders it must be put back in a ponytail or bun. (NO EXCEPTIONS)

TCU SHIRTS: We will provide certain amount of shirts per group. Your group is more than welcome to wear any appropriate TCU shirts.

NAME TAG: We will be providing everyone with a Nametag. Nametags will be found inside of your supply boxes. Make sure everyone is wearing a nametag inside your stand.

PANTS: Make sure everyone is wearing black or khaki pants or shorts.

NON-SLIP SHOES: Make sure and wear non-slip shoes or tennis shoes. Do not wear any sandals, flats or any kind of open toe shoes. (NO EXCEPTIONS)


Sports Venues

Lupton Stadium

Charlie and Marie Lupton Stadium is the home field for the TCU Horned Frogs baseball team.

Check out the 2021 season schedule here!

3700 W Berry St.
Fort Worth, TX 76129

Amon G. Carter Stadium

The Amon G. Carter Stadium is the home of the TCU Horned Frogs football team. The stadium has a capacity of 45,000 people. Sodexo is the exclusive concessionaire for the stadium.

Please be mindful of stadium rules and regulations as well as the clear bag policy. Check it out here!

2021 Schedule is out now!

2850 Stadium Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Schollmaier Arena

The Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena is located between Amon G. Carter Stadium and Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility. All home games for women’s and men’s basketball are played in Schollmaier Arena.

Concessions includes:

Ben’s Pretzels

King Korn

Dip n Dots

3000 Stadium Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76109

Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium

Address: 3600 W Berry St Fort Worth, TX 76109
Concessions: Sodexo and Dip & Dots

University Recreation Center

Address: 3005 Stadium Drive Fort Worth, TX 76129