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Transfer Techsans

Transfer Techsans is a student organization designed to help students create a social network once they transfer to Tech by providing social events, community service events, and other activities.

 

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February 11th April 8th
February 25th April 22nd
March 11th May 6th
March 25th  

 

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Contact the Transfer Techsans at trasnfertechsans@gmail.com

 

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sika 

Sika Boateng, President

Where did you transfer from? Houston Community College

Major:  Petroleum Engineering

Favorite place to study:  5th floor in the library 

Favorite place to eat on campus:  Sam's Place in the Student Union Building

Most memorable moment at Texas Tech:  The first football game ever, it was complete different experience

What advice would you give to a new transfer student?   Get involved! Getting involved helps you connect with different people and learn about opportunities that Tech has for you.

jessica

JEssica Tucker, Vice president of Programming

Where did you transfer from?  Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tenessese

Major:  Human Development and Family Studies

Favorite Place to Study:   The library in my own cubby; I get easily distracted!

Favorite place to eat on campus:   Chick Fil A of course.

Most memorable moment at Texas Tech:   Tech vs. TCU football game, and the infamous fox!

What advice would you give a new transfer student?  Get involved; it's the easiest and quickest way to meet new people.

ashley

Ashley Turner, Welcome Coordinator

Where did you transfer from?  The University of Texas at San Antonio

Major:  Public Relations

Favorite place to study: I usually just study at my apartment, but sometimes I like to go to the library.

Favorite place to eat on campus:   I eat at Sam's Place in the library.

Most memorable moment at Texas Tech:   Going to the football games!

What advice would you give to a new transfer student?   Get involved! Also learn and utilize all of the resources Tech has to offer.

conner

CONNER BLANTON, Intramurals coordinator

Where did you transfer from?   University of North Texas

Major:  Management Information Systems

Favorite place to study:  I like to study in the private rooms on the second floor of the Student Union Building.

Favorite place to eat on campus:   I get Einstein Bro's Bagels every morning. Einstein's is in both The Commons and the Rawls College of Business Administration.

Most memorable moment at Texas Tech:   My most memorable moment at Texas Tech was receiving my Senior Ring.

What advice would you give to a new transfer student?   The best advice I can give is to get involved! Every organization here is great to be a part of.

lori

Lori Castillo, Treasurer

Where did you transfer from?   Northwest Vista College

Major: Psychology

Favorite place to study: My favorite place to study is my apartment.

Favorite place to eat on campus: My favorite place to eat is on campus is at the Market at Stangel/Murdough.

Most memorable moment at Texas Tech:  My most memorable moment is the Texas Tech football games.

What advice would you give a new transfer student?  Keep up with your homework and always find a good study partner. If you do all of your homework during the week, you can do whatever you'd like on the weekends.

natassha

NatasSha NGuyen, vice president of programming

Where did you transfer from?  Austin Community College

Major: Advertising

Favorite place to study:  I love to study at home. I need total peace and quiet. It helps that when I need to take a break, I can watch TV, walk my dog, or even nap.

Favorite place to eat on campus: My favorite place to eat on campus is The Commons at Talkington Hall. Just Say Cheese has the best grilled cheese sandwiches!

Most memorable moment at Texas Tech:  Spring '13, my first semester here, I made the Dean's List! All of my hard work and dedication really paid off!

What advice would you give to a new transfer student?  Put yourself out there. Talk to people, talk to your professors, ask questions, get involved, and love every minute of it. It's not always easy moving to a new place and meeting new people, but the best thing you can do is learn how to do it now, so it's won't be as difficult later on in life.