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Conversations continue about TCU’s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts

TCU administrators met with faculty, staff and students Tuesday for a discussion about the efforts of the diversity, equity and inclusion committee.

Dean of Neeley School of Business set to retire

The Dean of the Neely School of Business is returning to teaching.

Search for new provost moving fast

TCU looks to select a new candidate for provost position by December.

New school program introduced

Looking around her office with several full bookshelves lining the walls, the new dean of the school of interdisciplinary studies still feels like she...

Fine Arts has a new interim dean

Dr. Richard Gipson, formerly the director of the School of Music, was appointed as the interim dean for the College of Fine Arts in...

Newest construction plan aims to close parts of Bellaire Drive for...

Construction could begin as early as February 2019.

Faculty Senate votes to create task force on adjunct issues

The Faculty Senate is looking into status of adjuncts.

Boschini addresses racial ‘ignorance’ at TCU

A student who posted a video on Snapchat mocking black students has been disciplined.

Board of Trustees establishes tuition hike, construction plans, enrollment increase

The board also announced that the TCU medical school is moving forward in the accreditation process but will not be taking students until 2019.

Fall semester brings new assistant vice chancellor for public safety, assistant...

The new assistant vice chancellor for student affairs - public safety said he wants to focus on educating the public on emergency protocol.
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