Graduate students have several options for housing while studying at Texas Tech.
All graduate students are eligible to sign up to live in any of University Student Housing's 18 halls or their on-campus apartment complex. Graduate students are encouraged to consider housing in the Carpenter/Wells Complex or Murray Hall. Once you've been admitted to the university, use the Priority Room Selection system to sign up for a room online. There is no deadline for signing up, but all rooms are selected on a first-come, first-serve basis.
If you have any questions about signing up for a room and dining plan, you can contact University Student Housing directly by phone at 806.742.2661 or email them at email@example.com.
There are numerous professional and volunteer–based student organizations at Texas Tech and specific the engineering disciplines. We also host chapters of the Society of Hispanic Engineers, The Society of Chemical Engineers, Association for Computing Machinery, and many more. Check out our Student Organizations page to see all the opportunities to get involved in the community.
When you’re not studying or working, the Texas Tech Recreation Center is a great place to relax and have fun. We host several Intramural Sports including football, soccer, tennis, and 9–ball. The Rec Center also has a brand new Leisure Pool complete with a water slide and a lap swimming area. You can even get a Therapeutic Massage. The Rec Center is the place to work out, cool off, and relax for all Texas Tech students.
Big 12 Sports
As a member of the Big 12, Texas Tech often competes against some of the best schools in the nation in a multitude of sports. While we’ve always been competitive in men’s and women’s football, basketball, and baseball/softball, our men’s football team has recently gained national recognition. We have some of the most modern sports facilities in the nation and admission is free to all Texas Tech students.