Texas Tech University

Letter from the Dean of Students

Welcome to Texas Tech University!

It is an exciting time to be a Red Raider! The staff within the Dean of Students area are happy that you are here. College can be a fulfilling and rewarding experience and is a time to learn all sorts of new things. Learning occurs in the classroom as you prepare yourself to become an accomplished professional in your field of study. Personal learning and growth also occurs as a direct result of your active engagement in the University community. Alexander Astin (1984), a higher education scholar, posits that there is a linkage between a student's level of involvement during the college years and their personal and academic success during and post-college. The staff within the Dean of Students area are committed to enhancing student life to get the most out of the collegiate experience.

A core responsibility of the staff within the Dean of Students area is to provide support and resources to assist students in distress or crisis in order to facilitate responsible life choices and encourage a vibrant Texas Tech University community. As you begin or continue on your journey at Texas Tech, we encourage you to actively engage with your classmates and faculty. Consider joining a student organization or seek out a student employment position to further enhance your collegiate journey. Texas Tech is a diverse community made up of a wide variety of students, we encourage you to take advantage of every opportunity to get to know someone different than yourself.

The staff within the Dean of Students area desire to be your point of contact during your time at Texas Tech University when you need assistance. If you are unable to find what you are looking for on our websites, please do not hesitate to give us a call; (806) 742-2984

We encourage you to leave Tech better than you found it -- make a positive impact! Guns up and Wreck 'Em, Tech!!

 Dr. Gregory Signature

D. Matthew Gregory, PhD
Dean of Students
Texas Tech University


David Gregory, Dean of Students

Office of the Dean of Students

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    Suite 201 AA, Student Union Building
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