Construction put on the Neeley School of Business has caused confusion due to the relocation of classrooms.
The board also announced that the TCU medical school is moving forward in the accreditation process but will not be taking students until 2019.
Construction is making an already difficult parking situation worse for commuter students.
Chancellor Boschini says TCU is becoming a greener campus.
The library’s east side gates remain open because the library night staff was getting student complaints.
Construction on the soccer field will make it possible to have televised games at night.
Construction is ahead of schedule for the Greek Village, and the first phase is set to be complete by July 2017.
Dance majors say the construction outside of Erma Lowe Hall isn’t affecting their dance rehearsals.
At the end of every semester, the library is packed and finding a seat can be a challenge. Senior biology major Bakari Samin said a person knows when it’s finals week because as soon as the library doors open, everyone sprints to find a seat like a Black Friday sale. […]
Students give their opinion on what they want built on TCU’s campus.