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Thursday, June 30, 2022
The Harrison Administration Building

New leadership on campus is around the corner

The search for a president will resume in the spring.
tcu fountains

Final judgment disposes of all claims in discrimination lawsuit

The judge ruled that TCU won't be held liable for claims made against them.

Tuition to increase by 4.5 percent for fall 2022

Need-based aid is expected to rise by the same amount.
The Harrison Administration Building

Settlement reached between TCU and former students, alumni in lawsuit

The settlement seeks to put an end to a lawsuit that began in January 2020.

Additional housing and dining facilities to be East Campus bound

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.
Frog Fountain

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

A former student described Hartman as a true motivator, and extremely passionate when caring for his students.
Frog Statue by Reed and Scharbauer Hall

Settlement reached between TCU, former professor in discrimination lawsuit

The lawsuit was filed last January and alleged racial and gender discrimination.
The Harrison Administration Building

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

The trustees had their annual spring meetings last week.
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

Some COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted for on-campus activities.
Student walking

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

Chancellor Boschini talks housing, financial aid and more in second town hall meeting.
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