Prospective Undergraduate Students
Tuition and Fees
At Texas Tech University, we don’t think that attending college should require the financial resources of a small nation. Our dedicated faculty and staff will give you the knowledge and experience that you need to get kick-start your career at a reasonable cost. US News & World Report has even recognized us as one of the top 50 “Best College Buys” in the nation. Check out our Tuition Page for per-hour tuition and fees based on your residency status.
Work at Tech
Whether you need to supplement your income to help pay for school or you’re just looking for some spending money, we have a job for you. Texas Tech is proud to employ hundreds of students all over campus. To help foster our goal of helping students gain valuable work experience, we’ve partnered with several local businesses to bring you RaiderJobs, your portal to student work in Lubbock. There, you’ll be able to search for job openings on- and off-campus. Working part-time is a great way to earn some money and build your résumé, so take advantage of this valuable service.
We understand that four years of college is a big commitment, and some students need help paying for their education. Texas Tech and the Whitacre College of Engineering offer merit and need-based Scholarships and make it easy for you to apply for all university and federal financial aid. Just go to http://www.financialaid.ttu.edu/, and you can apply for federal, state, and university aid all in one place. Also remember to contact your individual department advisor for additional department specific aid. If you need help, we’ll find a way to get you what you need.