Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities at Texas Tech University
Welcome to the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities (CCRC) at Texas Tech University. The CCRC offers students in recovery a nurturing and supportive community, much like athlete and veteran students receive on college and university campuses. This specialized recovery and academic support increases the chances that recovering students will flourish with strengthened recovery, personal and professional growth, and academic achievement, including retention in school, high GPAs and graduation rates.
Established in 1986, the CCRC has grown to become a national model for collegiate recovery communities. When the CCRC opened, it was one of the first programs of its kind in the nation. According to the Association of Recovery in Higher Education, there are now over 150 collegiate recovery programs in the United States, with new programs established each year.
Founded on elements of 1) continued health in recovery, 2) connectedness in community, 3) commitment to academics, and 4) Civility in relationships, the CCRC lays a solid foundation for student growth in recovery, academically, personally, and professionally. The CCRC intends to expand the program, allowing even more recovering students the opportunity to complete higher education in the academic field and to the college education level of their choice.
Mission and Values
The Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities (CCRC) is changing lives. The services provided through the CCRC increases the continuum of care for students in recovery, enhancing the quality of life for students in recovery at Texas Tech University. The CCRC supports students in recovery from alcohol, drugs, and behavioral addictions. By providing recovery support through relationships with staff, academic advising, scholarships / fellowships, recovery housing, study abroad opportunities, and more, students can flourish in recovery and in life.
Continued Health in Recovery | Connection in Community
Commitment to Academics | Civility in Relationships