Astrophysics student, Shelby Courreges, to begin a Brooke Owens Fellowship at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory.
College of Arts & Sciences Dean Tosha Dupras looks back and looks ahead after her first year on the job.
THE ACADEMIC HEART OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH & DISCOVERY
Texas Tech University is one of just 86 public institutions nationwide to achieve the top ranking of Carnegie Tier One, or R1, in the Carnegie Research Classification system. From astrophysicists investigating the life cycles of stars, to microbiologists testing COVID-19 samples, to sociologists analyzing how to predict the economic impact of elections, Arts & Sciences research stretches across an impressive span of fields and impacts people around the globe.
FIND YOUR WAY
Life as a college student can be a unique challenge. The Office of Student Success within the College of Arts & Sciences stands ready to partner with you to achieve success both inside and outside of the classroom. Their holistic approach collaborates with support offices campuswide to provide you with resources and practices to improve academic skills on your path to earning a degree.