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Interim Provost Floyd Wormley addressed the Faculty Senate at its Thursday meeting.

Interim provost Floyd Wormley makes first faculty senate appearance

By Crystal Polglase, Staff Writer
Published Feb 7, 2024
Wormley, who came to TCU in 2019, took on the role after the departure of Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg.
The Brite Divinity School marched in last years Tarrant County Pride Parade. (Photo courtesy of: Valerie Forstman)

Over 200 people sign faculty petition in support of LGBTQ campus community

By Ella Gonzales, Staff Writer
Published Nov 21, 2023

A petition regarding the LGBTQ community circulated amongst faculty on Oct. 5 and got just over 200 signatures by Oct. 11, the day it was sent to TCU's president and provost. Associate Professor of...

TCUs Presidential Investiture of Daniel Pullin. Its the first time the university has had a president since the mid-1900s.

President Daniel W. Pullin’s investiture marks a historical milestone and a new beginning for TCU

By Corrigan Smiley, Staff Writer
Published Nov 10, 2023

The Van Cliburn Concert Hall was filled on Thursday as TCU marked the investiture of Daniel Pullin as its first modern president.   Chancellor Victor Boschini, in his 21st year at TCU, assured the...

TCUs new administration building, The Harrison (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

TCU admissions “optimistic” about diversity after affirmative action programs outlawed

By Lillie Davidson, PolitiFrog Editor
Published Sep 18, 2023
The end of affirmative action programs in college admissions is raising new diversity questions among institutions of higher education nationwide.
The Harrison Administration Building. (Heesoo Yang/Staff Photographer)

P/NC deadline extended: Update on SGA bill

By Elizabeth Hubbard, Staff Writer
Published Apr 17, 2023
SGA’s Pass/No Credit bill will go into effect next semester after the undergraduate council modified and approved the bill.
The American flag flies above the nation’s capitol building. (Elizabeth Hubbard/TCU360)

SGA’s Capitol Hill visit

By Elizabeth Hubbard, Staff Writer
Published Mar 13, 2023
TCU SGA lobbied for four important issues regarding undergraduate students in Washington, D.C.
Sunset at Scharbauer Hall. (Elizabeth Hubbard/TCU360)

Faculty Senate votes in favor of SGA P/NC bill

By Elizabeth Hubbard, Staff Writer
Published Mar 7, 2023
Horned Frogs might have more time to select the P/NC option.
President Pullins sign outside of Rees-Jones Hall on Feb. 9, 2023 (Sydney Brunson/TCU 360).

TCU President Pullin hosts meet-and-greet

By Elizabeth Hubbard
Published Feb 13, 2023
Daniel Pullin took the time to meet informally with faculty and staff on February 9th.
Texas Christian University Rings The Closing Bell® (Photo: Holly Ellman)

The New York Stock Exchange welcomes officials and guests of Texas Christian University on Friday, September 16, 2022, to celebrate its 150th Anniversary. To honor the occasion, Chancellor Victor Boschini, joined by John Tuttle, NYSE Vice Chairman and President of NYSE Institute, rings The Closing Bell®. 
 
Photo Credit: NYSE

TCU finds first university president at Neeley School of Business

By Katherine Lester, Managing Editor
Published Dec 22, 2022
Daniel Pullin, former honors college dean from Neely business school, is now TCU's first ever president as of Feb. 1st.
TCU Student event pass leads way for future mobile identification. (Ella Gonzalez/Staff Writer)

Student IDs projected to go mobile

By Ella Gonzales, Staff Writer
Published Nov 29, 2022
TCU administration is considering transitioning physical student ID cards to mobile passes for safety and convenience reasons.
The Harrison Administration Building, where the TCU President will have an office. (Anya Ivory/TCU360)

Board of Trustees approves a 6% tuition increase beginning in Fall 2023

By Jarrett Harding and Amelia Crowley
Published Nov 17, 2022
The tuition increase will be matched with a 6% rise in need-based aid for students who qualify.
Mary Wright Admission Center

TCU likely to remain test-optional for first-year applicants

By Sarah Walter, Staff Writer
Published Nov 15, 2022
SAT and ACT scores are also not required to receive scholarships or acceptance into the Honors College, according to the Office of Admissions.