Domestic Prospective Students
Complete an admissions application at least three months before the intended date
of enrollment. To be considered for fellowships, please have complete materials into
the Graduate School by January 15th.
Contact the graduate advisor in the department to which application is being made. Additional tests, departmental applications, and/or recommendation letters may be required. Departments may have specific deadlines. Please check with them for specific information.
Types of Admission
- Degree Programs
- Masters and Doctoral programs are available. Click here for Degree Programs
- Most departments have additional application requirements and deadlines.Please check with graduate advisor.
- Non-Degree Programs
- Post-Graduate (PGRD) – Undergraduate classes only; no financial aid available
- Graduate Temporary (GTMP) – Up to 12 hours of graduate-level courses allowed; no financial aid available
- Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Education Certification (CERT) – College of Education approval required; concentration required
- Teacher Education Certification-Human Sciences (FCSC) – College of Human Sciences approval required
- Graduate Certificate (GCRT) – Departmental approval required; concentration required; no financial aid available
The following requirements should be followed carefully in order for an applicant to be admitted to a non-degree, master's or doctoral program at Texas Tech University. Applicants should also check the websites of the departments to which they are applying to determine if the departments have any additional requirements.
- Application (Required) - submit a completed application online.
- Non-refundable application fee (Required) – $60 initial application fee, or $50 for each subsequent application (including readmits, program/level/entry date changes). Application fee beginning Spring 2019 will be increasing to $75. Transcripts (Required) – submit transcripts of all post-secondary schoolwork from institutions where a degree was obtained. Failure to list all institutions can be considered an intentional omission and may lead to forced withdrawal. If the degree is not complete when the application is made, six semesters or three years of course work are required. After the degree is completed, a final transcript showing the degree awarded must be submitted. Unofficial transcripts may be submitted for evaluation purposes only. If admitted, you will be required to submit official transcripts from all post-secondary schools by the twelfth class day of the semester to which you were admitted.
- Unofficial transcripts of all post-secondary coursework are required before your application can be reviewed, even if credit from one institution appears as transfer credit on another transcript.
- Core Residency Questions (Required) – Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board rule 21.25 requires each student applying for enrollment at an institution to respond to a set of core residency questions for the purpose of determining the student's eligibility for classification as a resident. The core residency questions are incorporated into the online application.
- Resident Alien Card (Required for Immigrant Permanent Residents) – Immigrant permanent residents must provide a copy of the front and back of their resident alien card.
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