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A student studies in the library while wearing a face covering.

TCU’s mask mandate to remain in place

Faculty Senate discusses TCU's mask mandate, Roger Williams' response and Beto Cruz Award.

TCU, former professor each file motions for judgment in discrimination lawsuit

The motions were filed in a Dallas federal court last week.

Faculty Senate calls special meeting to discuss response to Rep. Roger Williams

The representative and TCU board member said that the "liberal" faculty was trying to get rid of free speech.
Scharbauer Hall

Judge won’t throw out claim that TCU officials were indifferent to discrimination

The judge dismissed most of the claims against TCU and university officials in the lawsuit, but upheld some allegations of discrimination.

Student development dean reflects on her 43 years at TCU

Dr. Higgins, a beloved faculty member in the Student Development Services office, is retiring after 43 years.
Mary Wright Admission Center

Early application submissions rise despite COVID-19 uncertainty

The number of applications TCU has received have increased, but it remains to be seen how many students will decide to enroll next fall.
The Harrison Administration Building

TCU will not raise tuition for the 2021-22 academic year

The Board of Trustees announced the decision Nov. 6.
M. E. Sadler Hall

Chancellor talks tuition rate, budget cuts at faculty town hall

Chancellor Boschini predicted that tuition would not rise next year and did not rule out the possibility of future staff layoffs or furloughs.
Students study out on the Commons.

Chancellor talks enrollment increase, DEI initiatives and campus connections

Chancellor Victor Boschini talked about changes going on at TCU with TCU News Now.
The Harrison Administration Building

TCU to give raises for employees

TCU employees will be provided a merit-based raise.
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