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TCU asks court to strike almost 29 pages from plaintiffs’ complaint

Lawyers for TCU are asking the court to strike more than 44 paragraphs from a complaint filed on behalf of Jane Does Nos. 1, 2 and 3.

Former employee wants TCU records on past discrimination claims

Ricardo Avitia, who worked in the registrar's office, is suing TCU for discrimination.

TCU cuts online course tuition for the fall

Chancellor Victor Boschini answered questions submitted by faculty and staff in a Zoom meeting Wednesday.

Judge reverses international student policy

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

TCU called to act on video of admitted student using racial...

TCU is the latest in a series of universities having to address racist comments from incoming students.

Faculty Senate chair demands change in open letter to administration

Chair Sean Atkinson said the university's system of shared governance was "on the verge of collapse."

Former Honors College dean takes early retirement

The former John V. Roach Honors College dean announced she is taking early retirement.

Dean of School of Interdisciplinary Studies resigns

Dr. Karen Steele, the first dean of the college, has resigned.

Court won’t allow graduate students to join discrimination suit

The brief alleges the plaintiffs should not be granted leave to file their third amended complaint.
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