I've been admitted – now what?
Now that you are a new graduate student at Texas Tech!
The Graduate School at Texas Tech University is proud to welcome you into our select group of scholars! Listed below is information that will help you as you begin your journey with us.
Once admitted, all students are be required to submit official transcripts, diplomas/degree certificates, and test scores by the twelfth class day of the term to which the applicant is admitted. Official documents can be provided in the following ways:
- Mailed using the below address based on method of shipment you use. This can be from you or the institution
- Electronically directly from the institution if available-see below for options
- Brought in to our office directly by you. You will meet with an evaluator in order for your documents to be reviewed and holds lifted. If you have foreign official credentials, the evaluator will make an official copy for our records and return the official documents to you during your office visit. This method is preferred for students with foreign credentials as many times this is the only original document that has been provided to you by your institution.
Please use the addresses listed below for whatever method of shipment you chose to send your materials:
Physical Mailing Address
(Express Mail Only)
Texas Tech University
Office of Graduate Admissions
2625 Memorial Circle
Lubbock, TX 79409-1030
Postal Mailing Address
(US Postal Service regular airmail)
Texas Tech University Office of Graduate Admissions
Box 41030 Lubbock, TX 79409-1030
Several US institutions offer electronic delivery of official transcripts. If your institution offers such a service, we encourage you to use it, as electronic transcripts typically arrive much sooner than those sent via regular airmail. For schools which use ANSI/ASC X12-formatted electronic transcripts, you should only have to indicate that you wish to send your transcripts to Texas Tech University; these types of transcripts are delivered directly to the TTU Registrar's office and uploaded into your file in our secure digital filing system. For institutions using a secure electronic transcript delivery service (such as the National Student Clearinghouse, e-Scrip Safe, or Parchment), please make sure that those are sent to email@example.com rather than your prospective department.
Every student must meet the university's immunization requirement before they will be able to enroll in classes.
For more information on the immunization requirements, please visit the Immunization Requirements for New Students page on the Student Health Service website.
The following ways you can submit your immunization records to Student Health Services.
Submit your records online
By Fax | 806.743.2122
By Mail | Student Wellness Center 1003 Flint Ave. Lubbock, TX 79409
In Person at the Student Wellness Center 1003 Flint Ave. Lubbock, TX 79409
PLEASE NOTE: WRITE YOUR NAME, TEXAS TECH "R" NUMBER, DATE OF BIRTH AND THE SEMESTER YOU ARE ENTERING TEXAS TECH (eg FALL 2018) ON YOUR SHOT RECORD BEFORE SUBMITTING IT.
Visit with your advisor to determine what courses to take. Course schedules are available in the Raiderlink portal: http://portal.texastech.edu on the "MyTech" tab.
Tuition & Fee Payment
Your tuition bill is available in Raiderlink. The preferred method of payment is eBill, and you can pay with electronic bank transfer, credit card or debit card through eBill. International students can also make payments through peerTransfer. Visit the Student Business Services website: www.sbs.ttu.edu for more information.
Student Identification Card
Once you are registered for classes, you can get your student identification card at the University ID Office, located in the Student Union Building in Room 103.
University Student Housing has The West Village, apartment-style residence hall offering one-bedroom, two-bedroom and four-bedroom units. Students over 21 years of age may live in West Village B (West Village Graduate), and students of sophomore or higher classification may live in West Village A (West Village Upperclass). Amenities include washers and dryers in the one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, and limitless laundry lounges with free WiFi for the four-bedroom apartments.
Domestic graduate students in degree-seeking programs may be eligible for federal/state financial aid. Please contact Student Financial Aid office, located in West Hall Room 310, for more information. They may be reached by telephone at (806) 742-3681, and their website is located here: www.financialaid.ttu.edu.
The Graduate School awards several scholarships and fellowships, and applications are available online here.
Additionally, we encourage you to contact your academic department for information about teaching/research assistantships and scholarships if you have not already done so.
Parking & Transportation
If you plan to park on campus, you will need to purchase a parking permit from University Parking Services, located in the Administrative Support Center in Room 145. They may be reached by telephone at (806) 742-3811, and their website is located here: www.parking.ttu.edu.
On-campus bus service is provided by Citibus, Lubbock's public bus system. These buses stop at several locations on both the university campus and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center's campus. Additionally, students with valid student ID cards are able to ride Citibus off-campus for free. For additional information on Citibus services and routes, please call (806) 742-2000 or visit their website here: www.citibus.com.
Currently Enrolled Graduate Student Information/Forms
For important information and forms for currently enrolled graduate students, please visit the Graduate School's Enrollment Services website here.
Office of Graduate Admissions
Student Business Services
163 Drane Hall | (806) 742-3272 | www.sbs.ttu.edu
Lubbock Chamber of Commerce
1500 Broadway, 6th Floor, Lubbock, TX 79401 | 806-747-5232 | www.lubbockchamber.com
Lubbock City Guide
AddressAdministration Building 328, Texas Tech University, 2625 Memorial Circle, Lubbock, TX 79409-1030