Lots of updates from Chancellor Victor Boschini, and I apologize if any of this information is redundant.
The Mary Couts-Burnett Library is being renovated, with a new inter-disciplinary building (Rees-Jones Hall) being built adjacent to it on the east side. Rees-Jones Hall will house several programs, including the TCU Energy Institute. It is slated to open this fall, with the renovations to the library to be completed in Fall of 2015.
A major renovation is planned for the exisiting Annie Richardson Bass building, to go along with an expansion in what the school hopes will raise the profile of the Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences. The expansion should be complete in August of this year, with the renovation to be completed in December of 2015.
What was formerly known simply as the greek area of camps, now usually referred to as Worth Hills, is in the middle of a long-term and comprehensive over-haul. Two new dorms opened in the area this past August, and a third is slated to open this fall. Construction on a new "multi-purpose center" (read: student center light) is slated to begin in May, with a January 2015 opening date scheduled.
That won't be the end of the Worth Hills make-over, though. A parking garage will be built in the area, supposedly near Bellaire Drive (I believe the exact location has been an issue with the neighborhood), with construction due to begin in the summer of 2015. Once that project is complete, you'll probably see the school finally move forward on the long-awaited "Greek Village" - possibly to begin as soon as 2016.
I believe this has been posted on this site before, but a massive renovation for Daniel-Meyer Coliseum is set to get underway this spring once the basketball season has ended. The new DMC will have much wider concourses, several club/premium seating areas, office space for just about the entire athletic department (they're fairly scattered and cramped right now), along with a proper TCU athletic Hall of Fame. It is scheduled to be complete in time for the 2015-2016 basketball season. I don't think they've officially announced this yet, but the widely-accepted speculation is that they will play their 2014-2015 home schedule downtown at the FW Convention Center.
Other updates that I didn't find official confirmation of but were reported by a poster on killerfrogs.com:
- Colby Hall (which was always the girl's dorm) will close for 2014-15. It is the final original dorm to be updated/renovated since they started with Foster/Waits in the early 2000s. It will re-open in Fall 2015.
- The Board has approved fundraising for the $75 million Phase 1 of the Neeley School addition/renovation. The project is likely to include the demolition of Dan Rogers Hall (not Tandy) and expansion eastward. Closure of Lubbock Ave. is possible. The project could eventually connect Tandy and the new facility to Smith Hall.
- Fundraising for the Music Village is ongoing, but a lead donor for the $100 million project has not been secured. The Music Village is planned to go where a parking lot is currently located at the corner of Berry and Sandage- and will supposedly fill that entire block (also bounded by Bowie and McCart).
- The facade of Walsh will soon be modified to match the rest of campus.