Family Weekend 2018!
Family Weekend 2018 will be September 28-29, 2018. A tradition at Texas Tech since 1936, Family Weekend is a wonderful time to visit campus and reconnect with your student! The Texas Tech campus is beautiful in the fall, and there are many activities for families to enjoy during the weekend.
Discounted Football tickets for the Texas Tech vs. West Virginia football game on September 29th - Two ways to order:
- Purchase discounted tickets for the Texas Tech vs. West Virginia football game on September 29th from the Texas Tech Athletics Website. Tickets can be mailed to you or picked up at Will Call. Please note: you will need to purchase a ticket for your Texas Tech student if you want them to sit next to you--students may sit in the student section free of charge with their valid TTU ID. For questions or ADA Accessible seating: Please call the Texas Tech Athletic Ticket office at 806-742-4412.
- Purchase discounted tickets from the Texas Tech Parents Association Website and sit with other Texas Tech Parents Association Members from your geographic region. Please note: you will need to purchase a ticket for your Texas Tech student if you want them to sit next to you--students may sit in the student section free of charge with their valid TTU ID. Tickets may be picked up from the Texas Tech Parents Association office during Move-in Weekend. For more information on this option, please contact the Texas Tech Parents Association at email@example.com.
Other opportunities to visit your student:
Family Day at First Friday Art Trail will be October 5, 2018. Visit your student and connect with the growing arts scene in Lubbock! The First Friday Art Trail attracts thousands of visitors to Lubbock's Arts District. See works of art from local, regional, and national artists, visit galleries and museums, hear live music, try cuisine from local food trucks.
Family Day at the Carol of Lights will be November 30, 2018. Come participate in one of Texas Tech's most beloved traditions as we light up the campus for the holiday season. Hear performances by Texas Tech choirs and other musical ensembles and see the Saddle Tramps, High Riders, and the Masked Rider lead a lighted processional around Memorial Circle.
Started in 2013, the Parent of the Year Award is a more recent tradition added to Family Weekend. Students have the opportunity to nominate their parent, guardian, or grandparent who has impacted the student's life significantly, both personally and academically. This is a chance for Texas Tech to recognize the parents who contribute to the success of our students. The award is presented to the winners during Family Weekend on the field of the Jones AT&T Stadium.