Visual & Performing Arts at Junction
The Texas Tech University Center at its Junction branch in Junction is located on the south fork of the Llano River in the Hill Country of central Texas. Nestled along the bottom land, juniper-covered hillsides of eroded limestone join with native pecan groves to create diverse picturesque areas for learning, recreation, and solitude within a campus comprising 411 acres.
A broad academic program is scheduled each summer at the Texas Tech University Center at Junction for both undergraduate and graduate students. Courses in Music and Theatre are offered often, and coursework in studio and education support a Master of Art Education degree program that has operated there each summer for many years. For information about courses offered during Intersession, Summer I, and Summer II sessions, scroll through the schedule.
Located at the "junction" of North and South Llano rivers, Junction is a town of 2600 persons and the county seat of Kimble County. Kimble County has over 300 miles of flowing streams, more than any other county in Texas, fed by the springs which are prevalent throughout the Edwards plateau region. For more information about Junction and other programs at the Texas Tech University Center there, visit the Junction Center web site.