Charles Schwab Personal Financial Planning Technology Complex
The Charles Schwab Personal Financial Planning Technology Complex at Texas Tech, originally
constructed in 2009, is used today by more than 300 undergraduate and graduate students
in the University's Personal Financial Planning Department. It is an approximately
4,500 square foot facility that now includes two state-of-the art classrooms, a 16-unit
technology lab, a high-tech conference room, and a recording room to produce high-quality
distance education modules.
The complex contains the largest collection of professional software in any collegiate
financial planning program in the United States. This facility is restricted to Personal
Financial Planning (PFP) students only. The facility houses a 2 technology classrooms,
a technology work lab and resource workspace.