Chancellor announces early start date for fall semester

Classes will begin Aug. 17, and the university will forgo Labor Day and fall break to finish the semester before Thanksgiving.

TCU officials talk finances, semester plans in town hall

The chancellor and other TCU leaders discussed the plans for the fall semester and the financial status of the university.

Instructors, students given distance learning option

The university will also be moving some courses to an online format for the semester.

TCU executive compensation out paces faculty salaries and benefits

The $11.4 million in officer compensation from 2017 ranked 5th out of 67 comparative universities.

Delay of game: MLB players living in limbo during pandemic

While baseball fans are longing to return to the ballpark, some players and their families find themselves living in a limbo of sorts waiting for direction from health officials and the league.

Tracking COVID-19 Cases in Texas

TCU360 will be updating our interactive map each day with data from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services.

COVID-19’s impact on Frog Camp, recruitment

Chancellor Boschini and his staff are working continuously to plan ahead for events that were supposed to happen this spring, summer and even fall.

TCU offers little information about second COVID-19 case

On April 1, TCU learned of the positive test results of the student, who was living in an apartment on campus.

Will you be my quarantine?

Newlyweds discuss the toll of COVID-19 on their weddings.

Judge reverses international student policy

International students will be able to stay in the U.S. even if they are taking all classes online.
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