Chancellor continues diversity discussion at Town Hall meeting

Boschini discusses diversity at TCU.

Considering dressing as a clown? Cavins-Tull suggests you reconsider

TCU administration responds to the clown craze.

Study abroad office plans new opportunity

Staff members may be able to study abroad in the next two years.

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.

Study abroad adds Rome and Madrid to semester programs

The study abroad office has launched two new programs in Rome, Italy, and Madrid, Spain, due to the increased desire to study abroad.

The dual admission process for dance majors

Prospective dance students must be accepted to both the university and the dance program.

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

Construction could begin as early as February 2019.

TCU dean of admission promotes diversity, equity and inclusion

TCU's dean of admission Heath Einstein is the image of diversity, equity and inclusion.

As applications roll in, dean of admission focused on diversity

In addition to welcoming a new class of students in the fall, TCU is also looking forward to growth in diversity.

TCU receives $20,000 grant to become smoke-free

TCU received a $20,000 grant to become a smoke- and tobacco-free campus.
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