Classes will begin Aug. 17, and the university will forgo Labor Day and fall break to finish the semester before Thanksgiving.
Here is a recap of what the university has done, as well as a look back at some of the major events that happened over the past four years.
This week on TCU News Now: the first round of the NFL Draft picks up two of the school's most elite players; the new FDA warning about a malaria drug used to fight COVID-19; and when students will finally be able to move out of their dorms.
The coronavirus pandemic has created possibly the worst economy since the Great Depression, and college students are struggling to find and maintain a job.
There have been many changes to the policy for the spring 2020 semester during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chancellor Victor Boschini discusses the impact of COVID-19.
Two tragedies -- the Kent State shootings and COVID-19 --have bookended his academic life. Meet TCU’s outgoing dean of the AddRan College of Liberal Arts: Andrew Schoolmaster.
Many people are taking in pets during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week on TCU News Now: how Texas Gov. Greg Abbott plans to re-open the state; an easy way to make your own face coverings at home; and how people all over the U.S. are helping our frontline workers.
The state released the racial makeup of more than 2,000 COVID-19 patients, a fraction of the total number of cases.