"The department of Texas Tech University Advising exists to engage, equip, empower, and encourage students to explore and excel in their educational goals and beyond."
Our mission uses several e-words by design to help everyone understand what to expect from our advisors. We've outlined it in an advising syllabus for our students, but it is far more than that.
Everything we do is based on a specific learning objective and has deliberate assessments so we can know where we are successful as well as where there are opportunities to better serve our students.
Excellence is our benchmark. Average is not an option.
Choosing a major is an important step in your first year of college. By using the DISCOVERY! Program, you don't lose time and money. Instead, you spend your first year discovering who you are, what you want out of life, and creating an educational plan to get you there. "What major really fits you?" It is a big question, and we are here to help.
Not just anyone can become an engineer so it is important that you have the foundation that you need to be successful there. The TTU PreEngineering Program exists to support the success of future engineers by providing highly personal, success-oriented and career-focused advising. As part of PreEngineering students will also have easy access to some of the best resources on campus. So what are you waiting for?
With your drive and determination, plus a little direction and encouragement, it can be yours for the taking. While starting a degree in law may be four or more years away, preparing for law school starts today. The TTU Prelaw Program is here to walk with you through the application process, planning your finances, and preparing for the LSAT exam. Law School is waiting, and the competition will be fierce. Will you be ready?
The interdisciplinary minor in Legal Studies formally guides and encourages the exploration of law and its influence in society. The curriculum blends challenging course options in students' home disciplines with relevant interdisciplinary electives to facilitate an interest in and an appreciation for the beneficial application of theory and research through the vehicle of law. Sound interesting?