Texas Tech University

Texas Tech University

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Scholarships West Hall

The Texas Tech University is a comprehensive university that offers many scholarships to help you finance your education. Many students compete for scholarships, which are awarded on merit and on a first-come, first-served basis to students enrolling in the fall term. We recommend you apply to TTU as early as possible. Named a top value by Kiplinger in recent years, TTU offers a quality education at a fair price. Tuition and housing increases are well below others in public higher education.

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Finding Success with Scholarships

Texas Tech rewards exceptional students with merit-based scholarships and provides need-based financial assistance to qualified families. Athletic, band, choral, fine arts and departmental awards are available through individual departments. TTU also helps parents and students find elusive federal and state grants to take the pressure off of a family's pocketbook. In addition, students are encouraged to use our search tool to help them find additional external scholarships.

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Most TTU Scholarships are administered by the Student Financial Aid and Scholarships Office. A number of scholarships are also available to incoming and continuing students through awards made by academic departments. Check with the department of your major for more details.

Graduate students should contact the Graduate School at Texas Tech for additional scholarship opportunities.


TTU Faculty can submit recommendation letters online for current Red Raiders.

* TTU Costa Rica Students are not eligible for scholarships

Student Financial Aid and Scholarships Terms and Conditions

Students who receive any form of financial aid have terms and conditions to which they must adhere. Students must be in a degree-seeking program to be eligible to receive federal aid. Learn More