Faculty Senate recommends increasing adjunct pay

The Faculty Senate passed a resolution on Thursday encouraging to raise adjunct pay by $1,000 per 3-hour course.

College admission scandal has no effect on TCU’s admissions integrity

TCU's dean of undergraduate admissions said TCU is reevaluating their process for improvements.

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.

First provost candidate scheduled to attend on-campus open forum

The first of three semi-finalists is scheduled to visit campus for Q&A at an open forum in the BLUU.

Students with learning disabilities feel well accommodated at TCU

Some TCU students with learning disabilities say that if it weren't for their accommodations from the Student Disabilities Services department, they may not have been as successful throughout their college career.

TCU class of 2020 breaks gender ratio

For the first time in over 10 years, the TCU class of 2020 is below 60 percent female.

Students give advice for upcoming finals

Exam season is right around the corner and students are giving advice on the best study spaces and habits.

College of Fine Arts dean search to continue next year

TCU will continue the dean search into the 2020-21 academic year.

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.

New school program introduced

Looking around her office with several full bookshelves lining the walls, the new dean of the school of interdisciplinary studies still feels like she...
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