Texas Tech University

COVID-19 Resources

IMPORTANT Announcment: (3.3.21)

TTU Student Org Event Guidelines Update:
The Governor's Executive Order is not effective until March 10, 2021. Until further guidance is received, the current Spring 2021 Student Org Event Guidelines remain in effect.


The following list of resources are available to support our community during the COVID-19 social distancing period. Please utilize and share these resources with your fellow students.


Campus Event Guidelines


Tips for Online Learning

The List

From the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values


Academic Resources

Supplemental Instruction

SI sessions being held via ZOOM

Learning Center

Online Tutoring appointments

Student eLearning Resources

Resources for Students Transitioning to Online Delivery


Access needs:

Students needing assistance with accessing courses should contact their Academic Dean's office or the Office of the Dean of Students.

Provost's Academic Affairs Resources

Update to equipment loans for students in need:

To accommodate students who are not in Lubbock and who are in need of computer and/or other equipment (e.g., headphones, webcams, phone for internet connection), IT is prepared to work with the Colleges so that the Colleges sign out the necessary equipment and then, following standard protocols and using appropriate tracking controls, ship the equipment to their students. Colleges needing to pursue this new option should contact verify.ithelpcentral@ttu.edu.

Special Broadband & Wifi Opportunities for Students:




Suddenlink (Altice USA)

If a service provided in your area is not listed, we encourage you to explore special options with other providers during this time.

Financial Resources

Student Financial Aid

Provides sources to increase the university's affordability. This may include scholarships, grants, student employment, student loans and waivers.

Student Business Services

Process tuition and fee billing and assist with loans.

Raider Relief Fund

Awards for eligible students to assist with continued enrollment.


H&R Block allows for students and families to files taxes online and for free - most applications take 21 days to get your file to be returned


Click this link to begin the process of filing for unemployment benefits

Questions about Housing & Hospitality/Dining services and refunds.

Legal Resources

Student Legal Services

Provides students with up to date legal options and assistance communicating with property management

Health and Wellness Resources

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Updates on COVID-19

Recreational Sports

We will be uploading a new video every morning that showcases a quick activity or workout that you can do in the comfort of your home!

Student Health Services

On-campus medical care clinic exclusively for Texas Tech students
Virtual clinic visits now available! Click here for details.

Student Counseling Center

Provides consultation and counseling services to students

Therapy Assistance Online (TAO)

TAO in an interactive, web-based program that provides guided activities to help overcome anxiety, depression, and other common concerns.

Crisis HelpLine (806.742.5555) is still operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, no matter if you are physically in Lubbock or somewhere else.

Food Resources

Raider Red's Food Pantry

For access to Raider Red's Food Pantry, please call the Dean of Students Office at 806-742-2984, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

South Plains Food Bank

Provides food for area hungry
You will need a voucher to pick up food. Vouchers are available at a variety of locations, Catholic Family Charities would be one option.

Free Meal Options:

Salvation Army - 1613 Ave J (M-F Bfast 6am, lunch noon, dinner 5pm; Saturday & Sunday bfast 7am and dinner 5pm)

Fraternity & Sorority Resources

Chapter Operations Checklist

Roster Update & Training Video

Due May 5th in ICS Roster Management System. Please do not remove graduating seniors or update New members (Associates) to Active Members until June.


Connecting through Closures and Chaos

"Is Fraternity/Sorority Really WORTH IT?" Membership Engagement Principles In A Virtual World

"GO GREEK! Is Not A Marketing Strategy!" Marketing Principles for Fraternities and Sororities

"See The Word 'RECRUITMENT' Through Fresh Eyes" Fraternity & Sorority Growth Fundamentals

Virtual Workshops

Career Center

Risk Intervention & Safety education RISE

If you have requested a RISE workshop, or would like to request a workshop, RISE is offering online workshops via a link that you can send to participants. For more information, email us at RISE@ttu.edu.

Ways to Stay Connected

Connecting With Your Chapter.docx

Article: 57 Things To Do With Friends While Social Distancing

Other TTU and Lubbock Resources