Current Students Overview
The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources is among the 30 largest agricultural programs in the nation and is one of the few non-land grant colleges to offer doctoral programs in agricultural disciplines. We are committed to helping our students succeed by providing a supportive faculty and staff, exceptional teaching and research facilities, and opportunities that will lead to rewarding careers. Students are an integral part of the CASNR and TTU community. Many offices and programs exist in order to assist students with various aspects of their university experience. As a CASNR student, you have access to a wealth of information and resources. Whether you want to register for a class or learn more about Clubs and Organizations, the links on this page will help you navigate your way through your college experience.
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With more than 30 clubs and organizations in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and 300+ across the University, you will have no problem finding a place to fit in. With so many people to meet and things to do, your days can be as full as you want them to be. Texas Tech has an environment made for students – where you can play as hard as you study. And the best part about Texas Tech is the prevailing sense of belonging. You’ll be made to feel at home.
Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center
The Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center provides resources to students majoring in agriculture. Students can visit us to find out about student organizations, internship opportunities, college events, university resources, and career development. The Dr. Bill Bennett Student Success Center is located in the Dean's Office at Goddard 108.
College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
AddressP.O. Box 42123, Lubbock, Texas 79409-2123, Dean’s Office Location: Goddard Building, Room 108