TCU cancels homecoming and family weekend amid COVID-19 worries

The university will cancel two events this fall semester as coronavirus cases continue to rise.

Instructors, students given distance learning option

The university will also be moving some courses to an online format for the semester.

TCU executive compensation out paces faculty salaries and benefits

The $11.4 million in officer compensation from 2017 ranked 5th out of 67 comparative universities.

Two graduate students join lawsuit against TCU

In an amended complaint filed June 10, Jane Does Nos. 4 and 5 join the harassment and discrimination lawsuit.

TCU officials talk finances, semester plans in town hall

The chancellor and other TCU leaders discussed the plans for the fall semester and the financial status of the university.

Students, faculty protest police brutality

Members of the TCU and Fort Worth communities protested police brutality June 9.

Chancellor announces early start date for fall semester

Classes will begin Aug. 17, and the university will forgo Labor Day and fall break to finish the semester before Thanksgiving.

Reductions to retirement benefits spark faculty concern

The university announced earlier this month that it was reducing its contributions to employee retirement benefits.

TCU files motions to dismiss lawsuits against the university

TCU has filed motions to dismiss the lawsuit alleging a pattern of hostility and discrimination at the university.

TCU recognizes the class of 2020

Here is a recap of what the university has done, as well as a look back at some of the major events that happened over the past four years.
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