September 2009 Edition

Research/Academic Showcase

Texas Tech Announces TRIP Funds

Bayer CropScience Granted Exclusive License to Cotton Technology

Comic Relief from Textbooks

Campus Connection

College of Education Receives Counselor Programs Accreditation

Texas Tech Named a Best in the West College by the Princeton Review

Rawls College Nets Grant from Department of Education

Texas Tech Professor Receives NSF Career Grant

Knight Raider Claims First National Chess Title for TTU

Law Graduate Earns State Pro Bono Award

Hill Country University Center Construction Underway

Long-Time Museum Executive Director Retires

Texas Tech's Master Builder Retires

Spooky Short Stories Contest

Don't Be a Gate Crasher!

What Kind of Red Raider Fan Are You?


New Members Nominated to Texas Tech Foundation Board

Alumni News

Alumnus' Documentary Screened at L.A. Film Festival

Alumna Performs at Kennedy Funeral

Where Will You Be on Gameday?

Alumni Association Hosts "A Matador Evening"

Merket Expansion Construction Update

Sail Away on an Alaskan Adventure Cruise

Texas Tech Legacy Program

Follow Texas Tech Alumni Association on Social Media Networks

University Wallpaper

Get Red Raider Wallpaper for Your Desktop


Spirit Squads Grab Top Scores, All-American Spots at National Camp

Carter Among Outland Candidates

Batch Earns Spot On Doak Walker List

Potts Named to O'Brien Watch List

Lewis Among Biletnikoff Candidates

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Texas Tech Legacy Program

Alumni Association launches program to benefit children of current members.

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Texas Tech Legacy Program

Registration for the Texas Tech Legacy Program will begin Sept. 1 for children and grandchildren of Alumni Association members.

The Texas Tech Alumni Association is working with Texas Tech University to launch a new program that will encourage children and grandchildren to be a Red Raider for life.

A legacy is defined as any child that has at least one parent or grandparent who are current members of the Texas Tech Alumni Association. The TTAA member must maintain their Century Level (or above) membership annually for the child or grandchild to continue to receive the benefits of the legacy program.

Registration for the Texas Tech Legacy Program will began on September 1, 2009, and Legacy introductory and birthday gifts should begin shipping January, 2010. You may register your child or grandchild at

Each Legacy participant will receive a welcome letter and gift, a personalized membership card, annual birthday greetings, exclusive gifts and invitations to Legacy events throughout their membership.

For more information, please call Sarah Klimek at 806.742.3641 ext. 251 or send an e-mail to

Nov 14, 2017