Legako will be focused on the advancement, satisfaction and overall success of CASNR current students to meet personal, professional and academic goals during their time at Texas Tech. She will coordinate all student retention activities, such as Ag Fest, CASNR Government Internship Program, Red Raider Extravaganza, CASNR Learning Community stakeholder, Early Alert Program, Who's Who, Red Raider Orientation, Popcorn Pop-Ins, Winter Welcome, as well as CASNR's monthly student and faculty newsletters. In addition, Legako will be the contact for assisting students in finding university resources, internships, and career opportunities. She will also serve as the advisor for the Ambassadors for Agriculture, an agricultural advocacy student organization. A licensed marriage and family therapist, she received her bachelor's in psychology from Texas Tech and master's degree in human development and family science from Oklahoma State University. Prior to joining Tech, she served as a therapist at Blomquist Hale Employee Assistance in Logan, Utah; and lead therapist at Capstone Counseling in Logan, Utah.
Program Manager of Undergraduate Studies
Coordinator for College Relations
Coordinator of Scholarships
Coordinator of Diversity
Academic Specialist for Student Retention
Did You Know?
The Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center is named for long-time member of the Department of Plant and Soil Science's emeritus faculty Bill Bennett. Bennett, who served as CASNR's interim dean during the late 1970s, spearheaded the creation of the college's Ambassadors for Agriculture and Agri-Techsans programs.
College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
AddressP.O. Box 42123, Lubbock, Texas 79409-2123, Dean’s Office Location: Goddard Building, Room 108