The Office of the Provost coordinates all programs offered at regional sites in El Paso, Fredericksburg, Highland Lakes (Marble Falls), Junction, and Waco. Programs at these sites provide distance students with opportunities to earn undergraduate and graduate degrees with a blended delivery of face-to-face, interactive video conferencing, Microsoft Lync, and online classes. Students may complete their degrees without the need to relocate or travel long distances from their homes and work.
Texas Tech University partners with regional community colleges for lower-division coursework and offers upper-division courses to complete a bachelor's degree at the TTU regional sites. Graduate degrees are also offered through participating colleges at Texas Tech.
Students pursuing degree programs at TTU regional sites are held to the same entrance requirements as students at the Lubbock campus. Courses, curriculum, and graduation requirements at each site meet the same standards as those in Lubbock.
The TTU regional sites offer the following concentrations (minors) in the B.G.S, the B.A. in University Studies, and the B.S. in University Studies degree programs: agricultural leadership; business administration; biology; communication studies; English; exercise and sport sciences; history; horticultural and turfgrass sciences; human development and family studies; human resource development; integrative studies; journalism and visual media; mathematics; natural resource management; nutrition; personal financial studies; plant and soil science; restaurant, hotel, and institutional management; sociology; technical communication; and wind energy.
Not all concentrations are available at each regional site. Visit with one of the advisors at the regional sites to determine what minors or areas of concentrations are available at each site. The B.G.S degree does require that at least two of the concentrations be within the College of Arts and Sciences.
Contact: 915.831.7620 | www.elpaso.ttu.edu
This regional site offers an intensive two-week session in May (Maymester) and regular fall, spring, and summer sessions.
Contact: 806.742.6440 | www.hillcountry.ttu.edu
Contact: 806.742.6450 | www.hillcountry.ttu.edu
TTU Center at Junction offers an intensive two-week session in May (Intersession) as well as two three-week summer sessions in June and July that allow students to take undergraduate and graduate coursework. Texas Tech University Center at Junction is available to Texas Tech student organizations, faculty groups, researchers, and other professional organizations for workshops, retreats, and special activities. A wide range of housing accommodations and full-meal service are available year-round for groups of 15 to 200 people. Recreational opportunities include kayaking or tubing the South Llano River, hiking, a sand volleyball court, an interpretive trail system, and a swimming pool.
TTU Center at Junction is also home to the Llano River Field Research Station and the Outdoor School. The Llano River Field Research Station supports research on climate, rivers, watershed management, and environmental education. The nationally recognized, award-winning Outdoor School is a hands-on program for K-12 teachers and students that stimulates imagination and understanding of difficult abstract STEM concepts.
Contact: 806.742.6434 | www.hillcountry.ttu.edu
Contact: 806.834.4667 | www.waco.ttu.edu