Victor Boschini

Chancellor, Texas Christian University

Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr., Texas Christian University’s 10th Chancellor, celebrates an impactful 20 years as Chancellor in 2023, coinciding with the university’s sesquicentennial. Lead On: Celebrating 150 Years of TCU is a year-long celebration of TCU’s rich heritage, traditions and the shared spirit that connects all Horned Frogs and looks ahead to the next 150 years.  

In Chancellor Boschini’s 20 years at TCU, he has earned a renowned reputation for his visionary leadership. He and his executive team are championed for their commitment to developing TCU’s unmatched student experience, academic excellence, athletic strength, and the unique culture of connection that sets TCU apart.  

TCU is a world-class, values-centered private university with a legacy of creating ethical leaders who shape and improve the world for the greater good. TCU continues its same founding spirit of inclusiveness by welcoming students, faculty and staff from diverse backgrounds in Fort Worth and across the globe.  

Consistently ranked among the top universities and colleges in the nation, U.S. News & World Report has ranked TCU as atop 100 national university for 13 years in a row. Students, faculty and staff from TCU’s nine schools and colleges present valuable research, scholarly activity, artistic and cultural assets, diverse talent and significant economic benefit to the region, state and world.  

Under the direction of the Board of Trustees, TCU’s growth in size and national distinction is guided by its strategic plan, Vision in Action: Lead On. The strategic plan includes four goals centered on: 1) strengthening the academic profile and reputation; 2) strengthening the endowment; 3) strengthening the TCU experience and campus culture; and 4) strengthening the workforce: both employees and graduates.  

Chancellor Boschini is a member of the President’s Council of the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges and sits on the boards of the Van Cliburn Foundation, Moncrief Cancer Institute, and the University of Mount Union. He is an Emeritus board member of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. Boschini recently received recognition from the Institute of International Education with the IIE Centennial Medal and serves as a Strategic Asset for the Council on Higher Education. He also serves as a member of the Advisory Council for Education for the Global Tech Security Commission. Chancellor Boschini has served as Chairman of the Big 12 Conference and Mountain West Conference as well as the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.

Chancellor Boschini came to TCU from Illinois State University, where he served as president. Before ISU, he held administrative and teaching positions at DePauw, Butler and Indiana universities.