Current Undergraduate Students
The Whitacre College of Engineering at Texas Tech is dedicated to helping our undergraduate students succeed by providing programs and services to enhance each student's learning experience. If you have questions about your academic career, you can find contact information for our academic and advising staff on our academic contacts page.
The college offers a wide variety of undergraduate programs within 8 major engineering disciplines. We are sure to have a program to fit your needs and interests. For more information, visit undergraduate programs.
Our undergraduates are very important to us and we offer services to help guide students in reaching their goals.
Courses leading to a degree in engineering are among the most challenging that students will encounter. When help is needed for success, students can find help from experienced tutors. For more information, visit the Whitacre College of Engineering tutoring page or the PASS Center's tutoring schedule.
The Co-op Program is a great way for students to get work experience while working toward a degree in engineering. This type of work experience can be invaluable to potential employers and enhance your hiring potential. For more information, visit the Engineering Opportunities Center page.
Engineering Academic Forms
The Engineering Academic Forms page contains forms for transferring into and within the college, as well as other forms.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Financial aid is available to all students who qualify in the form of grants, Federal-Work Study programs, loans, and scholarships. For information on the types of aid available and how to apply, visit the Texas Tech Student Financial Aid Office. For information on scholarships offered through the Whitacre College of Engineering, visit the Scholarships page.
The Whitacre College of Engineering is affiliated with many exciting student organizations, from engineering societies to more specialized clubs. For more information, visit Student Organizations. Our student organizations also participate in National Engineers Week (eweek), a week that highlights the contributions to society that engineers make. Visit our Engineers Week page to find get more information.
About to graduate? See our undergraduate commencement page to make sure you're ready to take that walk across the stage.