The Office of Academic Enrichment is grounded in integrating structured partnerships between Academic and Student affairs. We strive to promote a heightened sense of campus community that is built on the joint pursuit of a common cause: increasing student success. We are diligently seeking for more opportunities to provide support to students who are capable of completing rigorous curriculum but are falling short of their potential.
Creating partnerships among educators, industry, government and families to inform, educate and motivate students Implementing classroom and extra-curricular programs and activities Focusing on populations that remain underrepresented in fields of STEM Promoting diversity in STEM careers. Learn More »
From college students and early-career engineers to project managers, corporate executives, researchers and academic leaders, ASME's members are as diverse as the engineering community itself. Learn More »
AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing all students for college and other postsecondary opportunities. Established more than 30 years ago with one teacher in one classroom, AVID today impacts more than 800,000 students in 44 states and 16 other countries/territories. Learn More »
The mission of KIPP is to create a respected, influential, and national network of public schools that are successful in helping students from educationally undeserved communities develop the knowledge, skills, character and habits needed to succeed in college and the competitive world beyond.Learn More »
The Whitacre College of Engineering is proud to educate young people to solve problems that help society through the application of math, science and ingenuity. The college plays an important role in preparing a diverse and talented workforce for the nation, as well as providing new knowledge that will drive the economic vitality of the state and the nation.Learn More »
The Tech Transfer Acceleration Program is an alternative admissions program designed for those students denied admissions to Texas Tech University. This unique partnership between Texas Tech and South Plains College allows students to live and take classes on the Texas Tech campus. TTAP expands the availability of the Red Raider experience to students who have been denied admission into TTU. Participants co-enroll at Texas Tech University and South Plains College for their first semester. Upon completion of the program, students are then automatically transferred into Texas Tech University. Learn More »
It is the mission of the Office of Community Engagement to foster a college-achieving culture through programs, partnerships and opportunities which serve the community, promote learning, encourage wellness, and inspire conversations about the value of higher education. Learn More »
Required information needed for interested partners:
Kasaundra Garcia is the contact for new partnerships. She can be contacted by phone at 806-834-7213 or via email.