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New leadership on campus is around the corner

By Kyla VogelPublished December 3, 2021

TCU hopes to have a president leading day-to-day operations by the fall of 2023.  COVID-19 waylaid plans to the university’s leadership structure, but trustees are expected to announce a blueprint...

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Final judgment disposes of all claims in discrimination lawsuit

By JD PellsPublished November 28, 2021

After 22 months of wrangling between attorneys, a lawsuit that accused TCU of discriminating against a group of students because of their race and gender has ended with the university not being held liable...

A Texas Christian University sign displayed on campus on Oct. 7, 2021. The TCU Board of Trustees approved an increase in tuition for the 2022-23 year. (Ella Gibson/Staff Reporter)

Tuition to increase by 4.5 percent for fall 2022

By JD PellsPublished November 10, 2021

The Board of Trustees approved a 4.5% increase in tuition rate and a corresponding 4.5% increase in need-based aid for next fall.  Tuition will increase by $2,320 to $53,890 for full-time undergraduates...

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Settlement reached between TCU and former students, alumni in lawsuit

By JD PellsPublished November 4, 2021

TCU and a group of alumni and former graduate students have settled a lawsuit that accused the university of discriminating against them because they were Black women. The terms of the settlement were...

Students gather in the commons to chat with the chancellor on Thursday afternoon.  Photo by Kyla Vogel.

Additional housing and dining facilities to be East Campus bound

By Kyla VogelPublished November 2, 2021

Another building boom is on the horizon. On Friday, TCU’s Board of Trustees is expected to vote on a resolution to build residence halls and dining facilities on East Campus, along with other topics.  This...

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The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years

By Izzy McFaddenPublished May 14, 2021

The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years

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Settlement reached between TCU, former professor in discrimination lawsuit

By Benton McDonaldPublished April 19, 2021

TCU and a former economics professor reached a settlement last week in a lawsuit that alleged discrimination by the university. Parties representing both sides came to an agreement after meeting with...

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Board approves tuition freeze, RRI actions but doesn’t act on eligibility issue spurred by Williams

By Benton McDonaldPublished April 12, 2021

TCU’s Board of Trustees approved the university's first tuition freeze in two decades at their annual meeting last week.  The plans to not raise tuition were announced in November but became...

COVID-19 testing sites at TCU are clearly marked for social distancing.

Changes in COVID-19 guidelines, upcoming Board of Trustees meeting discussed with Faculty Senate

By Amanda VasquezPublished April 4, 2021

Some COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted at TCU beginning this summer. The announcement came in an email from Kathy Cavins-Tull, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, and Provost Teresa Abi-Nader Dahlberg...

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Chancellor talks housing, financial aid in second town hall meeting of the week

By Kathryn LewisPublished April 1, 2021

TCU plans to expand residence halls in order to make space for all undergraduate students. Chancellor Victor Boschini discussed the housing plans at the student town hall Wednesday morning. Attendance...

Chancellor Boschini at the faculty town hall, March 30th, 2021 (Benton McDonald/TCU360)

Chancellor talks stimulus money, COVID-19 vaccines and more at limited attendance faculty town hall

By Benton McDonaldPublished March 30, 2021

TCU plans to take its share of the latest round of government stimulus after declining similar assistance last year.  Chancellor Victor Boschini announced the university's plans at a faculty meeting...

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TCU’s mask mandate to remain in place

By Amanda VasquezPublished March 5, 2021

Texas plans to rollback its COVID-19 restrictions and mask mandate Wednesday, but TCU plans to keep its precautions in place. Chancellor Victor Boschini told the Faculty Senate Thursday that TCU won't...

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