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The Contract

Only students who enter the university directly from high school are eligible to sign the agreement and participate in the GOT contract. First-year students will receive information about the Graduate-On-Time Partnership Agreement program during Red Raider Orientation and/or in academic advising sessions. Because of the importance of choosing a major and deciding on a course of study, the contract must be signed in the office of the student's academic advisor prior to advance registration during the second long semester of classes (early April for students who enter in the fall).

You and your advisor will develop an educational plan to assist you in graduating within the specified time period. The plan will include, but is not limited to:

Student Commitment

By signing the GOT contract, you will agree to the following conditions:

Texas Tech Commitment

Texas Tech University assures GOT Contract participants that they will be able to enroll in courses that permit graduation in the specified and mutually agreed upon time period. The plan does not apply to programs combining a baccalaureate and master's degree. Texas Tech will ensure the availability of courses. In the event the university does not satisfy the commitments made herein and you would be unable to graduate due to the unavailability of a course(s), the department and college offering the major will choose one of the following procedures as the exclusive remedy for GOT contract signers: