Texas Tech University has various resources across campus to help you succeed in all areas of academics. It is very important to meet regularly with advisors and keep track of your degree requirements. Use tutoring resources if needed and discuss issues with professors. Numerous resources are available at Texas Tech University to assist you in making the grades you need to succeed.
The Learning Center
Holden Hall–Room 080 | 806.742.3664
Offers free peer tutoring in Physics, Chemistry, Sciences, Economics,
some Foreign Languages, and all levels of Mathematics.
University Writing Center
English/Philosophy Building–Room 175 | 806.742.2500, ext 269
Provides one-on-one tutorials to undergraduate and graduate students,
faculty, and staff. Tutors are available both on site and online.
West Hall–Room 242 | 806.742.1822
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Fee based program for students with learning disabilities.
Math & Statistics Study Center
Math Building–Room 106 | 806.742.2566
Organization that offers free math tutoring for all courses.
Visit our website for group and individual tutoring times.
Physics/Geosciences–Room 101 | 806.742.3767
Approved tutor list posted in Science room 101.
TAs available for free tutoring in Science Room 004 in basement.
Call for appointments.
Academic FAQs for New Transfer Students
How do I prepare to transfer?
We've compiled an Admitted Student Tasklist that takes you step-by-step through the process of enrolling at Texas Tech University. This site is a portal to your next steps.
What is a Registration Hold?
A hold is placed on your record to indicate that an action is needed. Academic and administrative offices can place holds on a student's account for many reasons.
How will my credits transfer?
The Transfer Credit Evaluation Office will review your transcripts to determine the equivalent courses here at Texas Tech University. Evaluation of course credit earned at other institutions by the Transfer Evaluation Office does not decree approval of the credit for use toward degree requirements. You can preview how your courses will transfer.
Community College & Transfer Relations
The CCTR can assist you to make informed decisions concerning the courses you are planning to take at the community college or other institution of higher education you are currently attending. You will meet your official academic advisor during Red Raider Orientation.
The University Catalog allows individuals to learn more about programs of study, determine the courses needed for graduation, or compile a plan of study. Remember, course catalogs vary from year to year. Be sure to confirm your catalog year with your advisor and consult that year's course catalog for degree requirements. For specific questions, see your academic advisor.