Honors College students have the unique advantage of experiencing a small, intellectually and socially vibrant environment while having access to the vast resources of the major research university at TTU. Honors College students simultaneously benefit from being with others of the same intellectual preparation and commitment while enjoying the advantages of a university environment actively engaged in exploring all areas of human interest and concern.
All students who are admitted to Texas Tech and the Honors College also enroll in a disciplinary college and pursue one or more of the 150+ available majors and concentrations, including one major housed within the Honors College, Honors Arts and Letters. Their education is the result of the integration of all colleges at TTU, including the Honors College, that cultivate the talents and interests of Honors College students and endeavor to meet their changing needs as they develop academically and socially.
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Tristan Russo will receive more than $19,000 in funding for undergraduate studies.
Applicants, faculty and staff work for months to secure awards to support educational and research endeavors.
Her willingness to accept advice and guidance, and her ability to put these into action in an effort to succeed academically are among the many qualities that earned her this title.
Every spring URS students participate in the TTU Undergraduate Research Conference, which features research of undergraduates from all disciplines; from the performing arts to life sciences.
Peace Corps Volunteers work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change that lives on long after their service—at the same time becoming global citizens and serving their country. When they return home, Volunteers bring their knowledge and experiences—and a global outlook—that enriches the lives of those around them.