TCU Connected Campus

A Continuity Plan for Academic Affairs

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“TCU is a place where people are the priority. This is a hallmark of the TCU experience.”
-Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr

Nurture relations with surrounding communities


Texas Christian University’s unique culture is rooted in a long history of serving and including others – actions that build bonds and cultivate a meaningful, diverse and inclusive connection culture within the TCU community and within the global community.

This spirit of inclusive connection has inspired the TCU Connected Campus plan, our plan to maintain continuity of instruction for TCU students, regardless of how the pandemic continues to evolve.

Initial charge to the TCU Connected Campus Council: This plan will continue to evolve and remain aligned with the TCU Fall 2020 Campus Readiness Task Force and public health guidelines.

It is important to note that this is a living plan, meant to provide structure and direction for student-centered academic delivery, as demanded by factors outside our control. The TCU Fall 2020 Campus Readiness Task Force was appointed to organize and direct formal processes and policies that focus on a safe return to campus. The Teaching & Research subcommittee has primary focus on keeping employees and students safe as we carry out our academic mission. Outcomes from this task force will become integral to the TCU Connected Campus plan described herein.

The plan will follow and be influenced by TCU’s master campus readiness strategies, which dictate operational and personnel decisions for the University.

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The Connected Campus Guide for Faculty & Staff

COVID-19 has touched nearly every aspect of the TCU experience in classrooms and in offices. With so much new information out there, how will you keep up? To start, we recommend this guide.

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The Connected Campus Guide for Students & Families

TCU created a special guide to help students and their families navigate the fall semester amid this global pandemic.

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