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COVID-19 Graduate Students Stepping Up!

School Leadership During Crisis

Though TCU Commencement has been delayed from May to August, Trezcher Austin-Johnson will earn her M.Ed. in Educational Leadership, part of Cohort VI in the TCU Principal Fellows Program. She is an Assistant Principal Intern at Wedgewood 6th Grade in Fort Worth ISD and answered questions about what it’s like to be a school leader and TCU graduate student during the coronavirus global pandemic.

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School of Medicine Supports Community With PPE Drive and Virtual

Students at the TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine are stepping up to help the Fort Worth community in a big way. Students have organized both personal protective equipment (PPE) and virtual blood drives to address nationwide shortages.

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blood drive logoFort Worth M.D. Students Launch Virtual Blood Drive

TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine students set up a virtual blood drive for hospitals that are experiencing a shortage of blood donations because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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TCU COVID-19 Updates and FAQs The Office of Graduate Studies is taking every effort to ensure administrative functions and operations continue during this fluid situation. Our committed staff are working remotely and are available during normal business hours, 8am to 5pm CST, to continue office operations. However, we ask for your patience as we deal with this very fluid situation. Please continue to monitor the TCU COVID-19 Updates and FAQs page for latest updates (https://www.tcu.edu/coronavirus/index.php)

Academic Policy changes for Spring 2020 Graduate Courses in response to COVID-19

Stories highlighting some of the remarkable work that our graduate/professional students are doing COVID-19 Graduate Students Stepping Up!

Campus statement on planning for students to return to campus for in-person classes this fall
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