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A street on the east side of campus with cars in the street and parking lot showing the overflow. (Corrigan Smiley/Staff Writer)

TCU parking: Not a lot of spots in the lots

By Corrigan Smiley and Paul McMahon
Published Sep 18, 2023

Commuters looking for parking often find the lots on the east campus full as TCU’s growth puts the squeeze on spaces.   Parking is tight for all students, but the scarcity of spots for commuters...

Sadler Hall on February 9, 2022. Along with overhauling the interior, the renovations improved accessibility with ramps along the east side of the building.

Sadler Hall renovations return academics to the center of campus

By Walter Flanagin, Staff Writer TCU 360
Published Feb 13, 2023
M.E. Sadler Hall went back to its roots this semester when the newly renovated building reopened as an academic hub and home of the honors college.
TCUs proposed plan for the appearance of the new buildings. (Photo courtesy of TCU.)

Texas Construction University: TCU to break ground starting late January

By Natalie Mitchell, Staff Writer
Published Nov 15, 2022
TCU will begin construction on two new residence halls and an accompanying dining hall in January 2023.
M. E. Sadler Hall

Sadler Hall construction means a home for the Honors College

By Skye Moreno and Lonyae Coulter
Published Nov 15, 2021
Sadler Hall is under construction to house the John V. Roach Honors College and more, with completion scheduled for January 2023.
The parking lot on the east side of The Neeley School of Business will be a residence hall. (Kyla Vogel/Staff Reporter)

Destination set for new residence and dining halls

By Kyla Vogel
Published Nov 10, 2021
New residence halls along the east campus will house up to 500 students.
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 Vogel
Published Nov 2, 2021
As the student population has grown, the infrastructure has struggled to keep up. TCU's Board of Trustees plans to address the issue on Friday.
The portion of Bellaire Drive north of Lot 9 will be closed until fall 2020. Photo by Nikki Spellman.

Bellaire Drive closed to pedestrian traffic

By Nikki Spellman
Published Dec 9, 2019
The closing of Bellaire Drive will cause pedestrians to find a different route around campus.
New music center to host 2 rounds of international piano competition

New music center to host 2 rounds of international piano competition

By Camryn Almeido
Published Nov 20, 2019
The first two rounds of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition will be held on campus in 2021.
Project managers are unsure about the certification level of the new administration building. Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto

Construction standards promote sustainability

By Renee Umsted and Renee Umsted
Published Oct 16, 2019
TCU adheres to nationally recognized construction standards that reduce negative impacts on the environment.
A student walking past an on-campus parking lot. Photo by Heesoo Yang.

New year, same problem: Parking pains for commuters

By Grace Amiss
Published Sep 6, 2019
Many commuter students have voiced concerns about parking, but the university has no plans to add additional lots.
The new Fine Arts Building will include the graphic design, interior design, fashion merchandising and architectural lighting design programs. Photo by Heesoo Yang.

Grand opening ceremony for new Fine Arts Building

By Heesoo Yang
Published Aug 29, 2019
The new Fine Arts Building will include the graphic design, interior design, fashion merchandising and architectural lighting design programs.
Chancellor Boschini speaks at his annual town hall in March 2013. Photo by TCU 360.

Boschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee

By Garrett Podell
Published Apr 12, 2019
Chancellor Victor Boschini discusses the major topics from the most recent Board of Trustees meeting.