Texas Tech is proud to have been named to multiple programs that recognize the importance of the education of veterans and their families. We are honored to be given a chance to serve veterans and veteran dependents by offering guidance and assistance as well as an overall positive college experience in which these students can strive toward degree completion and a successful future.
Texas Tech has been recognized as the 1st Purple Heart University in Texas.
Texas Tech's Whitacre College of Engineering ranked twentieth for online graduate program.
Texas Tech University has been recognized by Military Advanced Education as a "Military Friendly College & University" in 2012, 2013,2014,2015 and 2016.
Texas Tech University has been recognized as "Military Friendly" by G.I. Jobs in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.
In 2016, Texas Tech University was recognized by Military Times as #32 in "Best for Vets".
In 2016, Texas Tech University was recognized by Military Times as #23 in "Best for Vets: Business Schools 2016". Texas Tech was first recognized in this award category in 2014.
Texas Tech University is a proud participant in the Tool Kit for Veteran Friendly Institutions.
"Got Your 6" is a national campaign that supports veterans in their transition into civilian life.
Texas Tech University received a grant from the Aurora Foundation to provided training and education for the faculty and staff of the Texas Tech University System.
Texas Tech is one of five universities selected by the Military Officers Association of America for its contribution of former military personnel and being proactive in hiring service members and veterans as employees. Along with Texas Tech are companies such as Amazon, Dell, Bank of America, GEICO, Peace Corps, government agencies and JPMorgan Chase & Co., to name a few.