The reports from each of the four committees are complete. Explore the recommendations and key findings.
- Open forums
- Committee work
- VIA: Lead On shared with faculty, staff and students at Campus Share event and Town Hall Meetings
- Board of Trustees receives reports from committee co-chairs
- VIA: Lead On Steering committee appointed
- Read the Committee Reports
- Steering Committee refines papers and integrates with other University planning efforts
- Budget discussions
- Campus share event
- Board of Trustees approves VIA: Lead On plan and budget support
VIA: Lead On officially launchesFall 2019
These words ring true regarding your leadership role in Vision in Action: Lead On, and my request for you to share your voice as we explore potential strategies and tactics needed to help move the University forward.
Following months of hard work, the initial reports from our planning committees are complete. Their findings and ideas to strengthen four key strategic areas—academic profile and reputation; endowment; TCU experience and campus culture; and workforce—envision an exciting trajectory for TCU. Now, we will appoint a VIA: Lead On steering committee to identify the resources and timeframes needed to fulfill them, and to secure funding from the Board of Trustees so that we may fully realize that vision and move TCU forward.
I am grateful for the spirit of collaboration and proud of the breadth of knowledge demonstrated during this process. Each of us has a role to play in the fulfillment of our mission, and together, we are solidifying the foundation for the next phase of the University’s legacy.
Indeed, it’s an exciting time to be a Horned Frog! Lead On!
Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr.
1. Strengthen Academic Profile and Reputation
To maintain our momentum, we will continue to pursue the brightest students and will increase undergraduate enrollment by roughly 600 students for a total student body of 11,000 in coming years.Learn More
2. Strengthen Endowment
By strengthening our endowment, we will lessen the pressure and unsustainability of continual tuition increases. We will also significantly increase our financial strength and competitive advantage.Learn More
3. Strengthen TCU Experience and Campus Culture
TCU’s culture – that sense of spirited belonging – is one of our greatest strengths, equally as important as the academic experience.Learn More
4. Strengthen Workforce (Both Employees and Graduates)
To be the best, we must nurture the strongest faculty and staff who will then prepare our graduates to use their University degrees and experiences to make positive and lasting contributions to society.Learn More