A: No, not while you are in TTAP. However, If you transfer from Summer II TTAP, you may rush in the upcoming Fall. If you transfer after the Fall TTAP you can rush the upcoming Spring.
A: Yes, TTAP follows the Texas Tech standard for living arrangements. For more information contact University Housing. TTAP students will live in Gates Hall with the TTAP Learning Community. This is a Texas Tech dorm that also houses TTU students.
A: Yes, as long as you have a high school diploma equivalent. For example: GED and home school.
A: TTAP offers basic core classes such as: History, Speech, College Algebra, Government, Geography, English, Humanities, Music Appreciation, and two developmental Algebra courses. (Subject to change per semester)
A: Yes, TTAP only offers classes that will transfer to Texas Tech.
A: No, you will be living and taking all of your courses on the Texas Tech campus.
A: You will pay SPC for your course tuition and you will pay Texas Tech for your IS class, room/board, and fees.
A: TTAP is meant to be a one semester program.
A: During the Fall semester you must take a minimum of 13 hours with a maximum of 16 hours. During the Summer II semester it is required to take 7 hours.