Texas Tech University
Established in 1923, TTU and the TTU Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) comprise one of the four major universities in Texas. Situated on a 1,839 acre campus, TTU houses several undergraduate colleges, a Graduate School, and a School of Law. The TTU Health Sciences Center (adjacent to the Main Campus) houses schools of Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health. Undergraduate degrees are offered in over 150 majors; more than 100 graduate degrees are offered in over 70 programs. Historically, TTU was nationally known for its academic programs in Engineering and Agriculture; however, within the past 40 years all academic programs have been developed and staffed to equal emphasis. Students represent every state in the nation and more than 90 foreign countries. TTU has been attracting increasing numbers of National Merit Scholars and is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and by numerous professional societies. The TTU Athletic program is part of the Big Twelve Conference.
The TTU Student Population
In fall 2017, 37,010 students were enrolled in the University. Of those, 30,737 were
undergraduate, 5,814 graduate, and 445 law students. Hispanic students make up 27.8
percent of the undergraduate class, which qualifies the University for application
as a Hispanic Serving Institution. Caucasian students account for 55 percent of the
overall enrollment, while 2,173 are African-American and 3,084 identify as foreign.
The SCC subscribes to a brief therapy model of services. For training purposes and to encourage student utilization, group therapy services are not currently subject to the session limit.