Student Disability Services (SDS) works closely with the Academic Testing Services (ATS) office in order to provide approved testing accommodations for SDS students. To use ATS, a testing contract must be filled out by the instructor and the student and returned to ATS for processing. New contracts must submitted to ATS each semester. A testing contract must be submitted for each class in which the student has received permission to test in ATS. Be mindful that there are semester deadlines for testing contracts so they must be submitted to ATS in a timely manner. SDS students must adhere to the policies and deadlines of the ATS office in order to be provided their approved testing accommodations. Failure to do so may result in your inability to use your approved testing accommodations for some exams.
Phone: (806) 742-3671
The Learning Center offers a wide variety of services designed to increase students' effectiveness as well as enabling them to get the most out of their education. It is located in Holden Hall room 80.
Phone: (806) 742-3664
The Tutoring & Study Center is a free tutoring service provided by the Department of Mathematics & Statistics. Originally named the Missouri Club, the Tutoring & Study Center in Room 106 has been a resource for students for many years. All tutors are undergraduate or graduate math majors able to help you with your mathematics coursework.
Phone: (806) 742-2566
The Student Counseling Center (SCC) supports the university learning environment by providing proactive educational programs, timely consultation with faculty and staff, quality supervision and training, and the highest standard of care in the provision of psychological services.
Phone: (806) 742-3674
The University Career Center assists students in career advising; offers a computerized career guidance system; helps with internships, holds job fairs and career days; conducts on-campus interviews with hundreds of employers; assists with résumé writing; and has a referral system for employers.
Phone: (806) 742-2210
Committed to teaching and the advancement of writing-related knowledge, the University Writing Center provides the highest standard of excellence in writing education, fosters intellectual and personal development of both its staff and clients, and stimulates meaningful research and service to Texas Tech University, its surrounding communities, and its future students.
Phone: (806) 742-2476