Texas Tech University offers a variety of services that are offered either at no cost or at a minimal cost. These campus services are here to support you during your collegiate experience. Whether you are in search of a campus organization, financial aid, IT support, assistance during a difficult time, or during an illness, these resources are designed with the student in mind. The staff is dedicated to the holistic development of all students.
The Green Zone Program is designed to train Texas Tech faculty and staff members so that they can enhance the overall college experience for veteran students and make sure that they get the guidance and the assistance needed in order to progress toward degree completion and onto a successful future. This will be achieved by providing an encouraging, structured environment as well as campus and community resources that are focused on veteran student success.
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The Center for Campus Life promotes each student's learning experience by focusing on student transitions and connecting you to the University and campus traditions through leadership and involvement opportunities. Whether you are looking for Red Raider Orientation, a list of student organizations, Greek Life, or leadership opportunities, the center for campus life is a great place to start.
University Parking Services provides guidance and assistance to the campus community and public on all parking-related needs in a timely and efficient manner; promotes compliance with the University's parking regulations through a general understanding of its parking system; and demonstrates an overall attitude of serving, caring and helping all whom we serve.
There are several scholarships that you may be eligible to receive. Please view the scholarship website to understand the specific requirements.
Whether this is your first semester or you're a few months from graduation, the transition from the demands of military life to those of the university usually creates a significant amount of stress. From hanging up the "cammies" to putting on the "civies," setting down the "ruc sac" to picking up the book bag, and trading in your "deuce gear" for pens and paper, leaving the all-encompassing "Green Machine" for the classroom is no easy task. Many of you are returning from war-zones; the amount of stress from that experience added to what you must already face is, often, immeasurable and overwhelming.
We provide legal advice, counsel and limited representation for currently enrolled students at TTU/TTUHSC. Our licensed attorneys can advise and/or represent students in variety of legal areas including, but not limited to: landlord/tenant disputes, expunctions, misdemeanors, name changes, essential needs licenses, and small claims consumer disputes.
The Tech Law Military Association (TLMA) strives to be the premier organization committed to providing a sense of camaraderie to persons with interests and ties to the armed forces (past, current, or future). As an academic, cultural, service and social organization we strive to support our members through the obstacles that may come their way.
The transition from military service to civilian life can be confusing. You have been accustomed to having a clear chain of command to follow. We have provided this chain of command to help you have a better understanding of the organizational structure of Texas Tech University.
Because we know the transition from active duty to a college classroom can be challenging, Student Disability Services would like to make this transition as smooth as possible. Resources to accommodate a disability can open up educational opportunities.
The S.A.L.U.T.E. (Service, Academics, Leadership, Unity, Tribute and Excellence) Veterans National Honor Society recognizes student veterans who excel in the classroom. Please review the website for eligibility requirements.
The purpose of the Veterans Association to provide a sense of camaraderie and community outreach for United States military veterans, those who are currently serving or under contractual obligation in the United States military, and those patriots who support the United States military in any way, shape, or form.
The Information Technology (IT) Division is committed to providing the highest possible level of services to the campus community. If you need assistance connecting with the campus WiFi, information about computer programs that students can download for little to no cost, or general questions about access to your eRaider, contact IT services.
The Office of the Registrar promotes each student's learning experience by collecting, preserving, and protecting academic records of Texas Tech University students and providing accessibility to those records to authorized individuals or entities in accordance with university, state, and federal laws and guidelines.
Student Affairs promotes the advancement of knowledge, focusing especially learning that takes place beyond the classroom environment. By challenging students to become active participants and members of the university community, we develop ethical and innovative leaders who are better prepared for success as life-long learners and ardent Red Raiders
Student Health Services will be recognized by students and parents as an exemplary provider of comprehensive, cost-effective, and compassionate medical care and health education to students.
The Student Resolution Center at the Texas Tech University provides informal, neutral, and confidential dispute resolution services. We assist people with interpersonal misunderstandings or disputes as well as those with concerns about academic or administrative issues. We attempt to help individuals resolve their concerns fairly and, if possible, informally.
University Career Center promotes each student's learning experience by: providing centralized resources for Texas Tech student and alumni career development, and by assisting employers in recruiting Texas Tech students and alumni.
The TTU PEGASUS Program seeks to make exploration, innovation, and academic success attainable realities for First Generation College (FGC) Students. The emblem of PEGASUS is not only a reminder of these noble goals, but it is also a symbol of the services with which the program will provide its students.
The Department of Texas Tech University Advising exists to engage, equip, empower, and encourage students (and their families) to explore and excel in their educational goals and beyond.
The Learning Center's mission is to empower and encourage students in their pursuit of achieving academic success within a safe and inclusive learning environment. The Learning Center works to enhance the academic success of all currently enrolled Texas Tech Students by offering a variety of free services: Online Tutoring, Drop-In Peer Tutoring, and a Study Lounge.
The University Writing Center offers thirty minute, one-on-one tutorials to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and staff in an effort to support its belief that writing serves as one of the primary means for learning and communicating.