The board also announced that the TCU medical school is moving forward in the accreditation process but will not be taking students until 2019.
The new assistant vice chancellor for student affairs – public safety said he wants to focus on educating the public on emergency protocol.
The Faculty Senate discussed a resolution about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy and changes for departmental websites.
Chancellor Boschini emailed students about the new university-wide committee that focuses on diversity issues on campus Monday.
The university had its most diverse student body ever this year, but is continuing to push for more.
Chancellor Boschini says TCU is becoming a greener campus.
A group of panelists discussed immigration and borders at an event held in the BLUU Ballroom.
Provost Donovan wants testing centers to stay as is.
Around 800 people filled the BLUU Ballroom Tuesday to talk about diversity.
Ann Louden, head of Frogs for the Cure, will leave TCU in February.