UPDATE: Open Forum offers students chance to meet provost candidates

The provost search committee is progressing on schedule with candidates narrowed down to three semi-finalists.

City council approves new definition of ‘single housekeeping unit’

The council's vote will not force TCU students living off-campus to find new arrangements.

Second candidate for provost scheduled for on-campus Q&A forum

The second of three candidates will visit campus during an open forum scheduled for Wednesday.

Retiring vice chancellor started at the bottom

Karen Baker was hired as a typist for the Neeley School in 1992.

TCU post office makes new changes

The TCU post office made changes to its hours and services to accommodate for more packages.

Boschini talks: construction, parking, tuition, enrollment, DEI, a student trustee

Chancellor Victor Boschini discusses the major topics from the most recent Board of Trustees meeting.

Faculty, staff call for change in letter to TCU community

The letter calls for on-campus equity and justice to strengthen the university's reputation.

‘Let’s be real’: TCU talks diversity

TCU students discussed diversity on campus and how to respectfully talk about hot button issues with their peers.

Faculty Senate resolves to support students affected by DACA

The Faculty Senate discussed a resolution about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy and changes for departmental websites.

TCU looks to similar institutions for ideas

Officials are drawing inspiration from universities around the nation to better the campus.
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