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Friday, October 23, 2020

Neeley School of Business appoints director for inclusive excellence

The Neeley School of Business appointed a new director of inclusive excellence to continue the diversity initiative.
A Race and Reconciliation sign was set up next to the Founders Statues.

Professors participate in Scholar Strike to advocate for racial justice

Several professors at TCU joined in the movement this week.

Enrollment 2% less than target, spring break canceled amid pandemic

The spring calendar, budget shortfalls and COVID-19 were among the issues discussed at the Faculty Senate meeting.

TCU creates new office to handle Title IX complaints, modifies reporting...

The Office of Institutional Equity will process Title IX complaints, and TCU has streamlined its harassment and discrimination reporting process.

Vice chancellor for student affairs adapts to COVID-19

Kathy Cavins-Tull, TCU's vice chancellor for student affairs, has transitioned to a new routine amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Banners welcome students back to the TCU campus.

TCU expects $90 million shortfall to budget

The university is expecting a $90 million shortfall to its operating budget due to the effects of COVID-19 and increases in financial aid.

TCU cuts online course tuition for the fall

Chancellor Victor Boschini answered questions submitted by faculty and staff in a Zoom meeting Wednesday.

TCU to research its history with racism, slavery and the Confederacy

The provost will lead the new project.

Faculty Senate chair demands change in open letter to administration

Chair Sean Atkinson said the university's system of shared governance was "on the verge of collapse."
Scharbauer Hall

Former Honors College dean takes early retirement

The former John V. Roach Honors College dean announced she is taking early retirement.
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