The Raider Relief Fund is designed to help students experiencing a financial crisis remain enrolled at Texas Tech to complete their education. This program is managed by Red to Black (peer-to-peer financial counseling department). Students interested in this program should contact Red to Black at (806) 742-9781. To learn more or apply for Raider Relief Funding, visit their website.
Sibling Weekend is held on the Tech campus and is is a fun, educational, and spirit-filled weekend for Tech students and their siblings between the ages of 8-15. The schedule includes athletic, spirit, craft, and educational activities that combine to provide a unique and special experience for Texas Tech students and their siblings. We hope those siblings attending will create even stronger bonds with their brother or sister who is at Tech and get a sense of what it's like to be a Red Raider. The date for Sibling Weekend 2015 will be February 27-28, 2015. Visit the Sibling Weekend page.
Parent and Family Relations periodically offers affordable bus trips for students going home for Thanksgiving and Spring Break. Cities that have been served by bus trips in the past include Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, and El Paso. Click Here for more information about upcoming bus trips
The Texas Tech Parents Association meets each spring to celebrate the achievements of Texas Tech faculty and students. Five faculty awards are given: The Distinguished Leadership Award, the Spencer A. Wells Award for Creativity in Teaching, the Hemphill-Wells New Faculty Award, and two Barnie E. Rushing Distinguished Research Award (STEM & all other disciplines). One student from each of the colleges and the Schools of Law, Nursing, and Allied Health is awarded the Student Academic Citizenship Award