Texas Tech University

"Think Global. Think Texas Tech." Photography Exhibit


Texas Tech Center in Sevilla / Texas Tech – Costa Rica / TTU K-12 Online Learning

Gallery and Virtual Exhibit on display September through October 2021
International Cultural Center
601 Indiana Avenue • Lubbock, Texas
Reception: Wednesday, October 13, 2021

The Office of International Affairs is honored to present the “Think Global. Think Texas Tech.” Photography Exhibit highlighting Texas Tech University's international outreach through the Texas Tech Center in Sevilla, Texas Tech Campus in Costa Rica, and TTU K-12 Online Learning.

Texas Tech Center in Sevilla

The Texas Tech University Center in Sevilla was founded in 2001 and offers learning opportunities in Spain for the Texas Tech community. Located near the heart of the vibrant and beautiful historic city of Sevilla, the TTU Center in Sevilla is dedicated to providing cross-cultural educational experiences and unique opportunities for participants to excel in both their academic and personal goals as part of their preparation to become leaders in a diverse and globally competitive world. In a typical year, the TTU Center in Sevilla receives 300-400 students and 30-40 faculty leaders. Semester programs regularly include Architecture, Engineering and Spanish, while a wide range of departments from across the university host summer programs.

Texas Tech University – Costa Rica

Texas Tech University-Costa Rica is the university's satellite campus in San José, located in the western suburbs of the country's capital. It is home to more than 100 students. The campus plays a leading role in the region, as it prepares students to compete globally through academic and co-curricular programs that are accessible for regional students. The institution's engagement in the region expands Costa Rica's identity as a hub for economic growth. Moreover, it is enhanced by Costa Rica's defining qualities: sustainable development, a stable democratic government, and beautiful scenery.

TTU K-12 – Online Learning

TTU K-12 is established and approved by the State Board of Education and the Texas Education Agency. This nationally ranked academic program launched by the State of Texas in 1993 and now fully online, has successfully served nearly 500,000 students from more than 70 countries around the world. TTU K-12 takes pride in exploring international partnerships with schools that have the desire to create new educational opportunities. The international concurrent diploma accommodates entire classes or cohorts of students. The single high school diploma is designed for individual endeavor. Both options allow students to earn a Texas high school diploma. At TTU K-12, from here, or wherever you are, it's possible!

Office of International Affairs

The Office of International Affairs (OIA) supports and facilitates the internationalization of Texas Tech University. It provides services related to international education, research, and cultural experience to the University and broader community. The OIA is a major contributor to the globalization process at Texas Tech and to the growing reputation of the University as a major international educational and research center.

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Sponsored in part by a grant from The CH Foundation.

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