Texas Tech Named 2012 Fiske Best Buy School

The university was one of just 24 public institutions named in the guide as a best buy. [more]


Media Spotlight Shines Brightly on CSAR

Program receives attention following citation in 2011 National Drug Control Strategy. [more]

Education Professor Receives Grant to Implement Online Math Tutorial

Program is aimed at improving abilities in mathematics problem solving for West Texas students. [more]

Back to School Fiesta Prepares Families for 2011-2012 School Year

Approximately 5,000 Lubbock-area students also learn about higher education opportunities at Texas Tech. [more]

New Collaboration to Help Pre-professional Health Students

Honors College, Health Sciences Center join forces to develop Health and Humanities track. [more]

Welcome Back: Red Raiders Are Ready for New Academic Year

Students bring in the new school year with enthusiasm and school spirit. [more]

Parking Permits for Raider Park Now Available for Students

The 11-floor covered and security-monitored garage is available for $124 for the academic year. [more]

New Bachelor of Science in Wind Energy Announced

Program will focus on educating students through a multidisciplinary format. [more]

Expanded Presidential Scholarships Available for Freshmen

New opportunities underline university's commitment to recruiting high-caliber undergraduates. [more]

Success of Texas Tech Law Advocacy Programs Featured in preLaw Magazine

School's advocacy programs also listed as second best, according to two rankings. [more]

Personal Financial Planning Doctoral Candidate and Advisor Recognized

Duncan Williams and his advisor, Michael S. Finke, will receive the award along with the $5,000 prize. [more]

Wind Research Center Named a Top Science Program

Popular Science magazine lists center as one of 25 coolest labs in the country. [more]

Sigma Delta Pi Earns National Award

The organization was one of 11 chapters recognized as an Honor Chapter. [more]

Texas Tech Helps Adults Return to College

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has chosen the university to participate in the Grad TX program. [more]

Therapy Saddles Up at New Facility

The Therapeutic Riding Center has expanded, and continues to grow through providing therapy to clients, research and teaching students. [more]


Engineering Students Put Building Blox to the Test

Alumnus' unique product gives new life to recycled phone books, newspapers and lottery tickets. [more]

Planning Must Start Now to Bring Rangeland Back from Drought

Researcher says managing vegetation is key to retaining precipitation – when it comes. [more]

Clark Scholars Program Brings Gifted High School Students to Campus

Participants from across the country work hand-in-hand with university researchers. [more]

Professor Creates Test That Could Predict Student Success More Accurately Than SAT

Christine Robitschek recently was named an American Psychological Association fellow because of her research with Personal Growth Initiative. [more]

Rivers of Fire: Red Planet Channels Likely Formed by Lava

What scientists have interpreted as ancient riverbeds, are more likely to be lava flows. [more]

German Students Research Lifelong Learning Thanks to Unique Connection

Gordon Ziemann's grandparents served as a host family for Texas Tech students studying abroad, and he never forgot that connection. [more]


Masked Rider No. 50 Finds True Calling at Texas Tech

Colorado native is proud to be next in line for school's mascot tradition. [more]

Texas Tech Alumnus Explores Wind Energy

William Courtney's interest in wind energy led him to the Texas Wind Energy Institute at Texas Tech. [more]

Alumnus Brings Opera to Broadway

Garrett Sorenson speaks on the role Texas Tech played in helping him make his big-stage debut. [more]

Raider Red is Over the Hill

Created in 1971, Raider Red celebrates his 40th year as the Texas Tech mascot. [more]

Maxine McCullough: Texas Tech's First Woman SGA President

Elected in May of 1937, Maxine McCullough brought much-needed change to campus during her presidency. [more]

alumni news

Courtney Marshall Takes Over as TTAA Director of Membership

Originally from West Texas, Marshall has worked in alumni relations for more than 11 years. [more]

10 Questions: TTAA Executive Vice President Bill Dean

Joshua Koch sits down with Dr. Bill Dean to ask him some fun questions as a part of the "10 Questions With" Series. [more]

Join Today For Gamedays At The Frazier

Before heading into Jones AT&T Stadium to cheer on the Red Raiders this fall, be sure to stop by the Frazier Alumni Pavilion. [more]

athletics news

Basketball Season Tickets Now On Sale

Texas Tech fans offered exciting ticket options for the upcoming season. [more]

Texas Tech Announces Fall and Winter Baseball Camps

Texas Tech offers five baseball camps during October, December and January. [more]

Kipyego Takes Silver at World Championships

Kipyego is the first Red Raider to win a medal at the World Championships or Olympics. [more]

Texas Tech Athletics Seeking National Anthem Singers

Opportunities are also available for groups to perform at halftime of basketball games. [more]



Nov 29, 2017