Open Letter to the TCU Board of Trustees, Chancellor Boschini, and Members of the Chancellor's Cabinet (posted May 21, 2020)
(NOTE: This letter was posted May 21, 2020, with signatures accepted through July. It was not written with regard to online versus face-to-face teaching. Rather, the letter was written in response to the decision by the Board of Trustees in May 2020 to reduce retirement contributions to all full-time TCU faculty and staff, which effectively cut pay by over 3%. Concerns regarding shared governance and administrative transparency also motivated the letter.)

(Véase a continuación una traducción al español de esta carta abierta dirigida a la junta directiva de TCU, al Rector Boschini, y a los miembros del rectorado.)

Dear Board Chairman Mark L. Johnson, Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr., et al,

We, the undersigned, are writing to share our serious concern, in equal parts, for the well-being of TCU faculty and staff and the image of TCU’s academic reputation and stature in the community. We believe recent decisions by TCU’s leadership place these in jeopardy and require immediate discussion and attention. In short, there is a disconnect between what we all want TCU to be, and the reality that these decisions have created on the ground.

As we express our concerns, we affirm our commitment to the vision and mission of the university, and offer our heartfelt thanks to all of you for guiding us in these difficult times. We share your belief in TCU’s reputation as a first-class, values-centered university, and we want to keep it that way. In a spirit of mutuality, trust, and above all, shared governance, we make the following observations and propose the following courses of action.

We recognize that, in this time of crisis, TCU will need to carefully shepherd its expenditures to mitigate the worst fiscal effects on our operations. Faculty and staff have been asked to do more with fewer resources and are doing their best to devote extra energy to the time-consuming task of developing new, complex online courses for the summer and fall. As highly credentialed professors, many of us are used to putting in 60-70 hour work weeks, not only teaching, but engaging in research and community outreach over weekends and holidays when away from campus. We are used to hard work. We accept sacrifices without complaint. We view teaching and scholarship as fundamental callings and we are grateful for the opportunity to serve the nation and the world in these ways. We are frontline workers for educating the next generation of responsible citizens and ethical leaders.

We are profoundly disturbed, however, that TCU’s leadership has thought it necessary not only to cut retirement benefits, but also, it appears, to make these cuts permanent. In particular, the recent 3.5% reduction to the retirement contribution rate of employees (effectively, a 30.4% reduction in total retirement contributions) imposed with no sunset provision, is a bridge too far. It has put many of us in uncharted and alarming territory regarding how to plan for future financial security.

Of special concern, we expect that these changes will damage TCU’s reputation. If unaddressed, they will likely result in decreased employee retention, a further lowering of employee morale, delayed retirements, and diminished academic profile and national prestige.

In order to address issues of financial precarity and to strengthen TCU’s image as a high-quality private university, we propose the following:

A public commitment to the principle that “shared governance requires shared information.” We note, for example, that Baylor University has announced that their number of anticipated student credit hours this summer has nearly doubled the number they had last summer.  Baylor has also provided public insight into its 73 million dollar budget cut, which resulted in the following reductions: “academics” 4.2%, “student life” 5.7%, “athletics” 8.8%, and “administrative and support functions” 19.7%.  In contrast, TCU offers very little detail on its budget, even to university committees (such as the University Compensation Advisory Committee) explicitly tasked with offering budgetary recommendations.

A commonsense utilization of the best available, empirical data when making budgetary decisions. Above all, in the present Covid-19 crisis and beyond, long overdue consideration must be given to the rigorous, financial analysis detailed in the Faculty Senate's Faculty Relations Committee Compensation Analysis (available here: ).  This report is the gold standard regarding an up-to-date, data-driven, comprehensive study of TCU’s compensation packages relative to those of our peer institutions. It should not only be required reading of all TCU decision makers, but it should guide budgetary decisions.

A public affirmation that any future decisions that directly impact faculty salaries, retirement benefits, or health insurance will not be made without consultation with the full TCU Faculty Senate, as set forth in the 2013, 2018 and 2020 resolutions (see the Appendix).  In contravention of these resolutions, we understand that the leadership of the Faculty Senate and the Staff Assembly were notified of the benefits changes only hours before they were announced publicly. The recent benefit reductions also run counter to the recommendations of the UCAC, Staff Assembly, Faculty Senate, and DEI Committees on campus.

While we applaud the Chancellor’s expressed desire to avoid furloughing or terminating any employees during the pandemic, we call for the public prioritization of the retention of all adjunct, part-time and non-tenured faculty. Such an announcement would greatly enhance the morale of many of TCU’s most prodigious instructors.

That, should they become necessary, any cuts to compensation should first occur with respect to the highest compensated employees at TCU (especially TCU employees receiving executive compensation packages). According to IRS Form 990 data comparing 2012 to 2017,  TCU’s expenditures on officer compensation increased 82%, non-officer wages & salaries increased 37%, and pertinent to the recent benefits cut, employer retirement plan contributions increased by only 15%. According to the Chronicle of Higher Education, Chancellor Boschini is the #6 most highly compensated university president in the country, despite TCU’s #97 ranking in US News & World Report. We applaud the voluntary reductions already made by administrative and athletic leadership, and hope they will continue to take the lead if we experience further financial challenges.

A renewed commitment to provide medical insurance for all in an equitable manner. It was announced that TCU employees under the age of forty-five as of June 1, 2020 will not be eligible to receive stipends at retirement which are designed to help underwrite the cost of medical insurance. By not accounting for years of service, this policy will result in unfair treatment of long-time employees. For example, a forty-four year old with twelve years of service would not be eligible while a forty-seven year old with three years of service would be. We request that the details of this policy be revisited to allow for more equitable distribution of benefits.

That when the worst of the pandemic is behind us, a period of recompense should follow that prioritizes the restoration of employer retirement contributions to the 11.5% level.

In closing, we make the above seven recommendations, in part, because of concerns that the COVID crisis may have been used to justify an already intended reduction in employee compensation, given that the TCU Board of Trustees and Chancellor Boschini have been considering a permanent reduction since at least September 2019. Finally, we believe that without investment in the kinds of financial packages that will be attractive to the best faculty and staff available, TCU cannot accomplish our recently adopted Vision-in-Action goals such as “strengthening the workforce” and enhancing “our academic reputation.” These are worthy goals which can best be pursued when faculty and staff feel valued in a university culture marked by a spirit of transparency, shared governance, and the quality of trust that has made all of us proud members of the TCU family. Let us not put that historic legacy in jeopardy.


Concerned Members of the TCU Community


Estimado Presidente de la Junta Directiva Mark L Johnson, Rector Victor J. Boshini Jr., et. al.,

Nosotros, los firmantes de esta carta, nos dirigimos a ustedes con motivo de compartir nuestra seria preocupación por el bienestar de los docentes y el personal de TCU y por la percepción pública de TCU en cuanto a su reputación académica y su posición en la comunidad. Creemos que las decisiones tomadas recientemente por los líderes de TCU ponen en peligro estas cuestiones y demandan consideración y discusión pública de forma inmediata. En resumen, hay una desconexión entre lo que todos queremos que sea TCU y la realidad que estas decisiones han creado.

Al expresar nuestras preocupaciones, afirmamos nuestro compromiso con la visión y la misión de la universidad, y ofrecemos nuestro más sincero agradecimiento a todos ustedes por guiarnos en estos tiempos difíciles. Compartimos su fe en la reputación que tiene TCU de ser una universidad de alta calidad, centrada en la ética, y queremos mantenerla como tal. En un espíritu de mutualidad, de confianza y, sobre todo, de gobierno compartido, hacemos las siguientes observaciones y proponemos los siguientes pasos.

Reconocemos que en este momento de crisis TCU necesitará manejar cuidadosamente sus gastos para mitigar los peores efectos fiscales sobre nuestras operaciones. Se nos ha pedido a los docentes y al personal que hagamos más con menos recursos y, de hecho, estamos esforzándonos y haciendo todo lo posible en el desarrollo de nuevos y complejos cursos “online” para el verano y el otoño, tarea que requiere de mucho tiempo y un alto grado de energía. Como profesores altamente calificados, muchos estamos acostumbrados a trabajar de 60 a 70 horas por semana, no sólo enseñando, sino también haciendo investigaciones y alcance comunitario durante los fines de semana y días feriados cuando estamos fuera del campus. Estamos acostumbrados al intenso trabajo. Aceptamos sacrificios sin quejas. Consideramos la enseñanza y la erudición como vocaciones y estamos agradecidos por la oportunidad de servir a la nación y al mundo de esta manera. Nos consideramos trabajadores de primera línea en la tarea de educar a la próxima generación de ciudadanos responsables y líderes éticos.

Sin embargo, estamos profundamente perturbados por la decisión del liderazgo de reducir los beneficios de jubilación y además, aparentemente, hacer que estos recortes sean de forma permanente. Específicamente, la reciente reducción del 3.5% a la tasa de contribución de jubilación de los empleados (efectivamente una reducción de 30.4% a las contribuciones totales de jubilación) impuesta de forma aparentemente permanentemente, es una situación que nos ha puesto a muchos en un territorio desconocido y alarmante con respecto a cómo planificar nuestra futura seguridad financiera.

Estamos especialmente preocupados por la probabilidad de que estos cambios dañen la reputación de TCU. Si no se abordan, es probable que resulten en la disminución en la retención de los empleados, un decaimiento mayor en la moral de los empleados, un retraso en las jubilaciones y una disminución en el perfil académico y el prestigio nacional de la universidad.

Para abordar problemas de precariedad financiera y fortalecer la imagen de TCU como una universidad privada de alta calidad, proponemos lo siguiente:

•   Un compromiso público con el principio de que "la gobernanza compartida requiere información compartida". Notamos, por ejemplo, que la Universidad de Baylor ha anunciado que el número de horas de crédito anticipadas para este verano en esa institución casi han duplicado con respecto al número del verano pasado. Baylor también ha proporcionado información pública sobre su recorte presupuestario de 73 millones de dólares, lo que ha resultado en las siguientes reducciones: "asuntos académicos" 4.2%, "vida estudiantil" 5.7%, "atletismo" 8.8% y "funciones administrativas y de apoyo" 19.7%. Por el contrario, TCU ofrece muy pocos detalles sobre su presupuesto, incluso a los comités universitarios (como el Comité Asesor de Compensación Universitaria [University Advisory Committee]) que tienen la tarea de ofrecer recomendaciones presupuestarias.

•   Una utilización de sentido común en cuanto a los mejores datos empíricos disponibles al tomar decisiones presupuestarias. Sobre todo, en la actual crisis de Covid-19 y más allá, se debe considerar el análisis financiero riguroso detallado en el Análisis de Compensación del Comité de Relaciones con Docentes del Senado de la Facultad (disponible aquí: Este informe es el estándar ideal con respecto a un estudio de paquetes salariales en TCU en relación con los de nuestras instituciones pares: actualizado, basado en datos y exhaustivo. La lectura de este documento debe ser requerido a todos los responsables de decisiones financieras en TCU para que guíe sus decisiones.

•   Un pronunciamiento público de que cualquier decisión futura que afecte directamente los sueldos del profesorado, los beneficios de jubilación o el seguro de salud no se tomará sin consultar al Senado de la Facultad de TCU en su totalidad, como se establece en las resoluciones del 2013, 2018 y 2020 (ver el Apéndice). En contravención a estas resoluciones, entendemos que el liderazgo del Senado de la Facultad y la Asamblea del Personal fueron notificados de los cambios en los beneficios solo unas horas antes de que se anunciaran públicamente. Las recientes reducciones de beneficios también son contrarias a las recomendaciones de la UCAC, la Asamblea del Personal, el Senado de la Facultad y los Comités DEI en el campus.

•   Si bien aplaudimos el deseo expresado por el rector de evitar el despido de cualquier empleado por motivo de la pandemia, pedimos la priorización pública de la retención de todo el profesorado adjunto, a tiempo parcial y no titular. Tal anuncio mejoraría en gran medida la moral de muchos de los instructores más prodigiosos de TCU.

•   Que, en caso de ser necesario, cualquier recorte a la compensación debe ocurrir primero con respecto a los empleados mejor remunerados en TCU (especialmente los empleados de TCU que reciben paquetes de compensación ejecutiva). De acuerdo con los datos del Formulario 990 del IRS que comparan los años 2012 al 2017, los gastos de TCU en compensación de oficiales aumentaron 82%, los sueldos y salarios de no oficiales aumentaron 37% y, en relación con el reciente recorte de beneficios, las contribuciones al plan de jubilación del empleador aumentaron solo un 15%. De acuerdo con el “Chronicle of Higher Education,” el Rector Boschini es el número 6 en la lista de presidentes universitarios mejor pagados del país, a pesar de que TCU está clasificado en la posición 97 en la lista de universidades del “US News & World Report.”  Aplaudimos las reducciones voluntarias ya realizadas por el liderazgo administrativo y atlético, y esperamos que continúen tomando la delantera si experimentamos más desafíos financieros.

•   Un compromiso renovado para proporcionar seguro médico para todos de manera equitativa. Se anunció que los empleados de TCU de menos de cuarenta y cinco años de edad a partir del 1 de junio de 2020 no recibirán estipendios que están diseñados para ayudar a financiar el costo del seguro médico durante la jubilación. Al no tener en cuenta los años de servicio, esta política dará como resultado un trato injusto de los empleados de mucho tiempo. Por ejemplo, un hombre de cuarenta y cuatro años con doce años de servicio no recibiría el estipendio, mientras que un hombre de cuarenta y siete años con tres años de servicio sí. Solicitamos que se revisen los detalles de esta política para permitir una distribución más equitativa de los beneficios.

•   Que cuando lo peor de la pandemia haya pasado, prosiga un período de recompensa que priorice la restauración de las contribuciones de jubilación por parte del empleador al nivel del 11.5%.

Para finalizar, hacemos las siete recomendaciones anteriores debido en parte a las preocupaciones de que la crisis de del COVID podría haberse utilizado para justificar una reducción en la compensación de los empleados ya prevista, dado que la Junta Directiva de TCU y el Rector Boschini han estado considerando una reducción permanente desde al menos septiembre del 2019. Finalmente, creemos que sin una inversión en los paquetes financieros que atraerían a los mejores docentes y personal disponibles, TCU no podrá lograr nuestros objetivos de la “Visión en Acción” recientemente adoptados, tales como "fortalecer la fuerza laboral" y mejorar "nuestra reputación académica". Estos son objetivos dignos que se pueden alcanzar solamente cuando el profesorado y el resto del personal se sientan valorados en una cultura universitaria marcada por un espíritu de transparencia, gobierno compartido y de confianza, la cual nos ha hecho a todos sentirnos orgullosos de ser miembros de la familia TCU. No pongamos en peligro ese legado histórico.

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Laura Singletary, Current Faculty, Music
Michael Slattery, Current Faculty, Chair of Environmental Sciences
Steven P. Sloan, Current Faculty, Spanish & Hispanic Studies
Emmet G. Smith, Retired Faculty, Music
Gene Allen Smith, Current Faculty, History
Judith Oelfke Smith, Retired Staff, University Publications
Donna Smolik, Current Staff, College of Fine Arts
Yushau Sodiq, Current Faculty, Department of Religion
Sara Sorenson, Current Staff, Office of Admission
Mary Stanford, Current Faculty, Accounting
Susan Staples, Current Faculty, Mathematics
Marcella Stark, Current Faculty, College of Education
Greg Stephens, Current Faculty, Management & Leadership
Alyssa Humphries Stewart, Current Faculty, Design
Amy Stewart, Current Faculty, School of Music
Daxton R. Stewart, Current Faculty, Journalism
Mikaela Stewart, Current Faculty
Howard Stone, Retired Faculty, Brite Divinity School
Lori Stowe, Current Staff, Instructional Support
Michael Strausz, Current Faculty, AddRan College of Liberal Arts
Janet Sutton, Retired Staff, Admissions and Financial Aid
Morgan L Swink, Current Faculty, Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
J. Matt Switzer, Current Faculty, Andrews Institute of Mathematics and Science Education
Veronica Tatum, Current Faculty, TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine
Heather Test, Current Faculty, School if Music
Nino Testa, Current Staff, Women & Gender Studies
Maggie B. Thomas, Retired Faculty, Strategic Communication
Martha Thomas, Retired Staff, College of Fine Arts
Tommy Thomason, Retired Faculty, Journalism
Carol Thompson, Current Faculty, AddRan College of Liberal Arts
Shauna Thompson, Current Faculty, Music
Sriram Thirumalai, Current Faculty, Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
Mark Thistlethwaite, Art
Ben Timson, Current Faculty, Kinesiology
John R. Tisdale, Current Faculty, Journalism
Travis Tokar, Current Faculty, Information Systems and Supply Chain Management
Drew Tomlin, Current Faculty, Mathematics
Mary Twis, Current Faculty, Social Work
Tee Tyler, Current Faculty, Social Work
Mary Uhl-Bien, Current Faculty, Management & Leadership
Lisa K. Vanderlinden, Current Faculty, Anthropology
Robert Vigeland , Retired Faculty, Department of Accounting
Danielle Walker, Current Faculty, Nursing
Stephanie Wallace, Current Faculty, Biology
Mary Waller, Current Faculty, Management & Leadership
Allison Whetsel Ward, Current Faculty, Music
Tim Watkins, Current Faculty, School of Music
Jennifer B. Watson, Current Faculty, Communication Sciences & Disorders
Jodie Weatherly, Current Faculty, Nursing
Bingyang Wei, Current Faculty, Computer Science
Molly Weinburgh, Current Faculty, Science Education
David Weise, Current Faculty, College of Science & Engineering
Sarah "Uma" Weise, Current Faculty, College of Science & Engineering
Jo Nell Wells, Current Faculty, Nursing
Brian A. West, Current Faculty, School of Music
Gary Whitman, Retired Faculty, School of Music
Dean Williams, Current Faculty, Biology
James Williams, Current Staff, College of Fine Arts
Scott Williams , Current Faculty, Modern Language Studies
Wendy Williams, Current Faculty, John V. Roach Honors College
Curt Wilson, Retired Faculty, School of Music
Steven Woodworth, Current Faculty, History
Brian Youngblood, Current Faculty, Music
Stuart A Youngblood, Retired Faculty, Management & Leadership
Shannon Younger, Current Faculty, Neeley School of Business
Amina Zarrugh, Sociology and Anthropology
Jessica Zeller, Current Faculty, Dance

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