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All students are minoring in Women's Studies, unless otherwise noted.

la treshia hamilton La Treshia A. Hamilton

"Being a part of the women's studies program at Texas Tech has allowed me to fully realize not only my influence as a woman, but a Black woman. For centuries, Black/African American women have been deemed an afterthought. My expericnes and education at Texas Tech have not only shown me that I am not an afterthought, but it has shown me that MY fight has not yet been won. I am now aware of my own power and strength to change the world for Black/African American women."

frances martin Frances Martin

"For me, women's studies is an alternative point of view through which we can view our world. As a history major, I believe women's voices are vital in understanding the human condition and I am fortunate to have the opportunity of being a women's studies minor."

Candiss Patton

WS 2300 - Intro to Women's Studies student

"Women's Studies has made me more aware of the issues in the media and helped me understand what a Feminist really is."

sylvia tarango Sylvia Tarango

"Women's Studies has allowed me to embrace my womanhood"


WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

Current Students

Have you taken a Women’s Studies course that helped you in life, education, career choices, etc. and want to tell other Texas Tech University students about it? We want to hear from you! Use the form below to tell us about your experience and we'll incorporate it into the course profile for that course on our website. Thank you for your positive Women’s Studies Program Course stories!

Alumni

Are you working toward a degree in Women’s Studies or already have one? Please let us know what you are doing with it, or plan to do; we’ll include your answers in an upcoming newsletter.

Help us to help you stay connected by ensuring that we have correct contact information for you. As we aquire more information, we plan to feature alumni and current students in our electronic newsletter (distributed twice a year) as well as on our Facebook page.

Additional questions to consider:

  • Why did you become a Women’s Studies minor?
  • How do you apply it to your life outside of academia?

Please download the Alumni News Form adobe acrabat and mail to:

Texas Tech University
Women's Studies Program
Attention: Alumni News
Box 42009
Lubbock, TX. 79409-2009

If you would prefer to email your form, you can do so by emailing womens.studies@ttu.edu and include "Alumni News Form" in the subject line for easy access.

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There are *652 women’s and gender studies programs at community colleges, colleges, and universities in the U.S.


* Source: NWSA

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