Texas Tech Center for Campus Life
Students impacted by the recent winter weather, power outages, or flooding due to frozen/broken pipes are encouraged to seek out available on campus resources. Please review the winter weather resources available to you. Questions may be directed to the Office of the Dean of Students (806) 742-2984 or email@example.com.
The Center for Campus Life is excited for the Spring 2021 semester! However, we are trying to reduce office traffic and are offering our events, programming, and appointments in mostly virtual formats. The Center for Campus Life and its areas can be reached during regular business hours (Monday-Friday, from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm) at 806-742-5433 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our many social media accounts for updates about in-person and virtual events as well as for more information.
Student Organization Leaders, check out the Student Involvement page for tips and tricks to hosting engaging virtual meetings and events this semester as well as the Student Org Event Guidelines Spring 2021.
Areas under the CCL
Student Involvement | Fraternity & Sorority Life
Spirit Program | Red to Black Peer Financial Coaching
Raider Red's Food Pantry
|Student Involvement! Check out and join our over 550 unique, student organizations on campus. Engage and grow through leadership development opportunities and experiences. Join other students in various service opportunities within the Texas Tech and Lubbock communities! Explore all the students organizations on TechConnect!|
|With over 4,500 students that make up 17% of the student body, Fraternity and Sorority Life is committed to scholarship, leadership, brotherhood/sisterhood, and civic engagement. Involvement on campus and in the Lubbock community, leadership development opportunities, and life-long friendships make Greek life one of the most memorable aspects of a student's experience at Texas Tech University.|
|Texas Tech Spirit Program leads fans and serves as ambassadors of Texas Tech. The program is represented by our All-Girl Cheer, CoEd Cheer, Pom Squad, Stunt Team, the Raider Red Program, and the Masked Rider Program. The Spirit Program members take pride in knowing that they are an essential part of such a wonderful tradition!|
|Red to Black® Peer Financial Coaching is a nationally recognized model program staffed by students pursuing Personal Financial Planning degrees. We provide financial education and awareness to students through individual coaching sessions, presentations, outreach booths and resource referrals. Topics covered include creating spending plans, building and using credit wisely, maximizing student loans, and choosing employee benefits.|
|Raider Red's Food Pantry is a donation-based food pantry available to TTU students experiencing food insecurity. The pantry will provide students with short-term access to supplemental food and also connect students with resources on and off campus in an effort to support student well-being.|