August 2018 Parent & Family eNewsletter
Volume 17, Issue 8
- Family Weekend Football and Event Tickets On Sale Now!
- Save the Dates for Family Days at Texas Tech
- Parent Pulse Poll
- Save Now for a Ring Later!
- Fall Kickoff: University Career Center Events and Services
- Fraternity and Sorority Recruitment Registration Now Open
- Advocare Texas Kickoff
- Exclusive Offers at Barnes & Noble at Texas Tech
- Think About IT
- Undergraduate Admissions Student Referral Program
- Signing Up for TechAlert
- For your complete Texas Tech news, visit Texas Tech Today
Parents and Family Members of Incoming Students
- Staying on the Track to Success
- University Advising Walk-In Hours
- Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction at the Learning Center
- Student Disability Services
Texas Tech Parent Association
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Family Weekend 2018 will be Friday, September 28th - Saturday, September 29th, as Texas Tech football takes on the West Virginia Mountaineers. Activities will begin on Friday evening of the weekend. Stay tuned to www.familyweekend.ttu.edu and www.texastechparents.org for more information as the date gets closer.
Football and event tickets are now on sale. For more information and to purchase event tickets, visit familyweekend.ttu.edu.
Book hotel rooms quickly, as they will fill up for the weekend.
A tradition at Texas Tech since 1936, Family Weekend is a wonderful time to visit campus and reconnect with your student! The Texas Tech campus is beautiful in the fall, and there are many activities for families to enjoy during the weekend. We hope you and your family will join us!
Parent and Family Relations is excited to announce Family Days at Texas Tech! This year, there are additional opportunities for you to visit your student during the fall semester. We invite you to save the following dates to come experience the community and traditions of Texas Tech and Lubbock.
October 5, 2018 - Friday
Family Day at First Friday Art Trail
- Lubbock's Art District
- Local, regional, and national artists
- Live music
- Local food trucks
If you are planning to participate in First Friday Art Trail, please RSVP here.
November 30, 2018 - Friday
Family Day at the Carol of Lights
- Beloved Texas Tech tradition
- Texas Tech choirs
- Saddle Tramps and High Riders
- Masked Rider
For more information, visit www.familyweekend.ttu.edu.
Each month, Parent & Family Relations will conduct a Parent & Family Pulse Poll—a brief poll about Texas Tech parent and family experiences. We will share our poll results each month online. For this month's poll, we would like to hear from those whose students have previously experienced Move-In on campus.
For past poll results visit Parent & Family Pulse Polls.
The Official Texas Tech Class Ring symbolizes a significant achievement in a student's academic career. Undergraduate students only need 75 hours to purchase a class ring, but they can begin saving money to purchase that ring as soon as their first day of class.
The Texas Tech Alumni Association has made it easy for students to save for their ring through the Ring Savings Program. Each semester students can set aside a refundable $75 (or more) through their tuition, which may then be applied toward the purchase of their Official Texas Tech Class Ring, upon eligibility.
To enroll and begin saving today, have your student visit Raiderlink.ttu.edu, click on the MyTech tab, and sign up in the Official Class Ring section under Optional Services.
For more information on the Official Texas Tech Class Ring, visit www.texastechalumni.org/ring. If you have any questions or would like to save more than $75 a semester, please contact Mandy Wiley at email@example.com or (806) 834-4258.
The fall semester is just around the corner. Students will have many opportunities to prepare for their future careers! Whether your student is an incoming freshman or a seasoned senior, there are opportunities for them to explore careers, network with industry professions and search for internships and jobs.
Our annual Ice Cream Social is August 20th beginning at 6 PM. Free ice cream and our Spirit Squad, along with the Masked Rider and horse, Fearless Champion will provide a tasty, game day atmosphere.
To prepare for career fairs and networking events, the Career Center is partnering with JCPenney on the JCP College Suit-Up, to offer students 40% off professional and foundational wear. This event will be September 9th, from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM at JCP in the South Plains Mall and is exclusively for TTU students. The store will be closed to the general public. Students will have the opportunity to be measured by skilled professionals and assisted with clothing selections. The JCP Portrait Studio will be available to set up appointments for professional headshots, the hair salon will offer consultations and future appointments, and Sephora will have representatives available for consultations. This is a great opportunity for students to purchase quality clothing at outstanding savings. Each student must bring their Texas Tech ID.
Now that your student has a professional outfit, they are ready to attend career fairs and etiquette dinners. The fall 2018 Career Fairs begin September 12th with the Graduate and Professional School Fair. On September 25th, the College of Agricultural Science and Natural Resources (CASNR) Fair takes place in the SUB Ballroom. The All Majors University Career Fair, a great fair for students from all majors and all classifications, will be September 26th in the SUB Ballroom. One of our most popular events, the UCC Etiquette Dinner will be October 12th. Students must register online to be assured a seat.
The UCC is available to help students with resume critiques, mock interviews, and proper business etiquette. Our career counselors will meet with your student one on one, by phone or via Skype, to help them navigate their future career.
Visit our webpage for a full list of Events.
University Career Center, Wiggins Complex, south entrance
Interfraternity Council (IFC)Fall Formal Recruitment is August 20th-26th and Registration is now open!https://ttuifcrec.mycampusdirector2.com/landing/
*The deadline to register is August 19, 2018*
Through Formal Recruitment, potential new members are afforded the best opportunity to meet every organization as all organizations participate in the Formal Recruitment process. Through this process, each fraternity is able to seek out men who have outstanding leadership skills, high academic standards, and a commitment to community service. Formal Recruitment is the optimal time to join an IFC fraternity as it is the only time during the year that every Interfraternity Council organization is accepting new members.
College Panhellenic (CPH) Fall Primary Recruitment is August 19th-25th and registration is now open!https://ttupanrecruitment.mycampusdirector2.com/landing/
*The deadline to register is August 1, 2018*
Fall Primary Recruitment is the coordinated effort of all 12 CPH sororities at Texas Tech University. It gives the potential new members the opportunity to meet members from all 12 CPH sororities. Through this process, each sorority seeks out new members who have outstanding leadership skills, high academic standards, and a commitment to community service. In order to be eligible to participate in recruitment you must be enrolled at Texas Tech as a full time student. Please visit the Panhellenic website for more details at www.ttupanhellenic.com.
For questions about the fraternity and sorority experience and the recruitment process please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 806-742-2403
Texas Tech Red Raiders will take on Ole Miss in the Advocare Texas Kickoff at NRG Stadium in Houston for the first game of the season on September 1st! Tickets are available HERE.
The campus bookstore is your official destination for textbooks, school supplies, and official Texas Tech apparel & gifts.
- Save 25% off one Texas Tech apparel item when you sign up for emails from the bookstore. Click here to sign up today.
- Download the My College Bookstore app for a 25% off coupon, exclusive app offers and order & shipment updates.
- Rent or Buy Textbooks – We Price Match Amazon, bn.com & local competitors. Visit our website or speak to a bookseller for details.
Parents, don't forget if your Red Raider is a first-time or transfer student this Fall they must complete Think About IT. Think About IT is the mandatory prevention education course for all students. To access the course have your Red Raider visit our website (rise.ttu.edu) and click the begin course now button. Failure to complete the course by the deadline will result in an academic hold on their account.
For questions, comments, or concerns please don't hesitate to contact us at 806.742.2110 or email@example.com.
Alumni, parents and friends of Texas Tech University play an important role in identifying talented students to the university by exemplifying the impact that the Texas Tech experience has made on their life. We encourage you to refer outstanding prospective students to us. The Student Referral Program is easy and convenient. Simply provide us with basic student contact information using the form below and we'll take it from there. Undergraduate Admissions staff will follow up with the student you've referred and provide them with information about Texas Tech and applying for admission. We thank you for helping us attract the best and brightest students to Texas Tech University.
Click HERE for more information.
If you would like to sign up for TechAlert messages, your student needs to log in at www.ttu.edu/emergencyalert using their eRaider username and password. Your number can be added as an alternate phone number, but your student's number should be listed as the primary emergency alert contact number so he or she receives the text messages and calls first. Up to four phone numbers can be added, but your student's number should be the primary number for texting.
Keep up-to-date about everything Texas Tech by visiting Texas Tech Today, a complete news source for Texas Tech University.
Are you attending Red Raider Orientation this summer? Parent & Family Relations will provide you with a copy of the Parent & Family Guide, conduct parent and family orientation presentations, and show you how to get involved. We look forward to seeing you this summer!
You can access the Parent & Family RRO resources page HERE.
Visit www.redraiderorientation.ttu.edu or call Red Raider Orientation at 806-742-2993 for information about Red Raider Orientation.
Student Health Services is the primary care clinic located conveniently on Tech campus. Our purpose is simple, we provide medical care for the TTU student body. Student Health Services would like to extend an invitation to parents of TTU students to come and tour our clinic. We are happy to talk with parents about the services we provide, our billing process, and give you the opportunity to meet some of our outstanding nurses and providers. If you are interested in a tour, please contact Logan Heinrich via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 806-743-9095. We look forward to meeting you!
Attending Texas Tech is not just about classes, it is about building relationships and networks, exploring intersecting identities, and developing leadership skills. This is accomplished by #GettingInvolved on campus through student organizations, residential communities, campus employment, community engagement, and attending campus events and programs. Statistics show that students that get involved in college are more likely to graduate in four years, get a job, or get into graduate school.
Student Involvement is dedicated to student's success at Texas Tech and beyond graduation. Whether your student is a first year or a junior, we provide opportunities and experiences to support their success. Encourage them to go to studentinvolvement.ttu.edu to explore student organizations, leadership and service opportunities, as well as additional ways to get involved.
If you are interested in speaking with a staff member, please call 806-742-5433 or email email@example.com.
RaiderReady: IS 1100 is a one-credit freshman seminar course designed for students to successfully manage the transition from high school to Texas Tech. In this 8 week course, students will learn and further develop skills in time management, note-taking, studying, and test-taking, as well as academic professionalism and communication. Students will also have the opportunity to learn about resources that can assist them while here at Texas Tech. Through small class sizes, RaiderReady allows students the chance to engage with their fellow red raiders and the instructor to build relationships and learn skills that will assist them in navigating their freshman year and beyond.
Do you have a current high school student or know of one in your area? Encourage them to visit Texas Tech University this spring! Campus tours are offered Monday through Friday at 8:30 a.m. and at 1:00 p.m. and at 9:00 a.m. on Select Saturday mornings. The campus tour experience includes an admissions information session, a student-led walking tour and the option to visit with the student's academic area of interest. Once students see the campus, they'll understand why so many students choose to call Texas Tech their home away from home and why alumni have such fond memories.
Click HERE for more information.
If you have a student that would benefit from support in college through Student Disability Services, please have your student apply for services at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/sds/. Documentation can be uploaded along with the application, and any questions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 806-742-2405. If you have questions about the TECHniques Center program, please send an email to email@example.com. Representatives from both Student Disability Services and TECHniques Center will be available at the Red Raider Orientation resource fairs this summer.
Student Disability Services invites Texas Tech students to submit art this Fall, for the gallery "Creative Abilities". Art will be displayed at the First Friday Art Trail during the first week of October. Students who identify with having a disability are welcome to submit art in various forms, including performance art. The event is part of Disability Awareness Week. For more information, visit https://www.depts.ttu.edu/sds/DAW.php Students may also contact SDS.DAW@TTU.EDU or call 806-742-2405.
Parents and Family members of incoming first year students are encouraged to join Texas Tech Parents Association. Benefits of membership are numerous and include academic calendar with parent tips, chapter membership, networking with other parents in your area, discounts on books, gear, hotels and more, scholarships and more. More Details Here.
Texas Tech Parents Association offers detailed preview about Red Raider Orientation and Move-In. We want you to Know Before You Go. For more information, visit our website.
August 15, Wednesday through September 14, Friday
- Book loans available – must be re-paid by September 25, Tuesday
August 17, Friday
- Emergency Payment Plan available for enrollment
- Financial Aid Disbursed for Fall
- Financial Aid refunds begin
August 20, Monday
- TTU - payment deadline. Registration changes made after this date could affect the student's account balance, and must be paid immediately unless the student is enrolled in a Fall Payment Plan
August 24, Friday
- Last business day to withdraw in the Registrar's Office for a full refund.
For more information, please visit Student Business Services at http://www.depts.ttu.edu/studentbusinessservices/
It is time to make sure all financial aid requirements are satisfied, so your aid will be disbursed on time.
- Students need to check their TTU email regularly. We only email students who have outstanding requirements, so don't ignore us!
- Students, check the status of their requirements. Go to raiderlink.ttu.edu and log in with your eRaider credentials. Choose the My Tech tab, scroll to Manage My Finances and select Student Financial Aid and Scholarships. Then click on Documentation Requested and Submitted (Missing Information), select the 2018-19 Award Year, followed by Student Requirements. This page will show you all your requirements and their status.
- If you are utilizing loans, make sure all requirements are completed.
- Federal Direct Loan and Federal Direct PLUS Loan – studentloans.gov
- Entrance Counseling
- Master Promissory Note
- College Access Loan – hhloans.com
- Loan Approval Disclosure
- Self-Certification Form
- Federal Direct Loan and Federal Direct PLUS Loan – studentloans.gov
Please contact us if you have any questions about your requirements or how to complete them.
Financial Aid 806-742-3681 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Scholarships 806-742-3144 and email@example.com
We want you to put yourself in the best position possible for the most amount of aid! Enter the $100 scholarship contest by exploring some of the virtual financial aid and scholarship resources offered at Texas Tech. Each action is an entry that will increase the chances of parents and students winning. Parents, if you win you can give the scholarship to your student. New winners are drawn each week through August, so be sure to enter: scholarships.ttu.edu/contest
Many students have complete financial aid files for 2018-19 (FAFSA, Scholarship Application, Enrollment Certification), and have received their financial aid award. This chart can help you and your student evaluate the offered aid and make an informed decision about what to accept.
|Order to Accept Aid||Type of Aid||What to Keep In Mind|
|1||Scholarships and Grants||This is considered "free money" because you do not have to pay it back. Make sure you understand the conditions you must meet to receive grants/scholarships. For instance, you may have to maintain a certain GPA in order to continue receiving a scholarship.|
|2||Work-Study||You don't have to pay the money back, but you do have to work for it and earn your
paycheck. However, research has shown that students who work part-time jobs manage
their time better than those who don't!
• Check your eligibility by at the Red Raider Student Employment Centerstudent.firstname.lastname@example.org or 806-834-2919.
|3||Federal Student Loans||
Loans must be paid back. The Federal Direct Loan Program offers low, fixed interest
rate loans (subsidized or unsubsidized) to students. Eligibility is determined by
the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and not on the student's credit
|4||Loans from your State Government or your College (College Access Loan)||You'll have to repay the money you borrow with interest. The College Access Loan is
based on a student's credit evaluation, or that of a credit-worthy cosigner.
• Students must be a Texas resident enrolled at least half-time
• For more information about the College Access Loan visit financialaid.ttu.edu or apply at hhloans.com.
|5||Private Loans (from private lenders like banks, credit unions, etc.)||You'll have to repay the money with interest and the terms and conditions of the loan
may not be as good as those of a Federal Student Loan. Eligibility for Private Education
Loans is based on a student's credit evaluation, or that of a credit-worthy cosigner.
• Students can research and complete a Private Loan application at financialaid.ttu.edu and choose FASTChoice for Private Education Loans.
We are here to help you put yourself in the best position possible for the most amount of aid, so if you have any questions, please contact us!
If your student is receiving scholarships from a source other than Texas Tech, for example, their high school, a civic organization, etc? Be sure they report them by going to http://www.depts.ttu.edu/scholarships/ and clicking on the trophy icon (report external awards).
Is your student receiving a scholarship for 2018-2019 from Texas Tech University? Please be sure to get those thank you letters in ASAP!
You can follow TTU Financial Aid on Facebook and Twitter to get reminders and external scholarship information –new posts daily!
For more information, visit the website HERE.
What can you do to keep your student mentally focused during the summer semesters?
The Learning center has two full time staffed Academic Coaches available by appointment, ready to assist you in a one on one setting. Academic Coaches research and implement up-to-date methods to help your student succeed. When working with these professional staff, students have the opportunity to advance their academic skills, gain confidence and motivation, and improve on their overall academic performance. This is a FREE service to all undergraduate students.
Academic Coaches at the Learning Center can assist students with:
- Time Management
- Effectiveness of Proper Note Taking
- Test Taking Strategies/Test Anxiety
- And more
Research conducted at the Stanford School of Education showed that regular meetings with coaches to discuss these academic skill areas enhanced students' retention rates over 12- and 24-month periods, and increased graduation rates (Bettinger & Baker, 2011).
Students can make an appointment with an Academic Coach at the Learning Center which is located in Holden Hall Room 80. Visit our website at www.lc.soar.ttu.edu for instructions on setting up an Academic Coaching appointment, or call (806) 742-3664 for more information about our services!
- Using Google Calendar to Create a Summer Schedule (And Sticking to It!):
Reference: Bettinger, E., & Baker, R. (2011). The effects of student coaching in college: An evaluation of a randomized experiment in student mentoring (No. w16881). National Bureau of Economic Research.
For more information, call our offices at (806) 742-3664 or swing by Holden Hall Room 80.
Is your student needing help with major exploration, connecting their major to jobs, or thinking of changing majors? Encourage them to stop by University Advising during their walk-in hours. Walk-in appointments are open to any student.
Where: University Advising, Holden Hall 079
For more information, visit advising.ttu.edu or call 806.742.2189.
The Learning Center offers undergraduate students FREE peer tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions. We provide tutoring in a wide variety of subjects, and students can drop in anytime, 8 am to 8 pm Monday through Thursday and 8 am to 5 pm on Friday to receive our tutoring services. Our SI sessions are FREE peer-led review sessions for historically difficult courses. Our SI leaders work with the professors to prepare and lead these 1 hour a week review sessions.
Why take advantage of this FREE service?
Tutoring and SI sessions:
- Improve academic performance and retention in the course
- Provide extra support and increase self-esteem
- Provide a more individualized learning experience, and
- Allow the student to become involved in active learning and problem solving
Our tutors and SI leaders are recommended by professors and have made an A in the course they tutor/lead. Stop by the Learning Center in Holden Hall or check out our website www.lc.soar.ttu.edu to learn more about our FREE services or to find our Fall tutoring and SI schedule.
If your student is graduating in August, congratulations! Below is the Summer Commencement schedule for Texas Tech University.
PLEASE NOTE: The colleges are listed below in alphabetical order and NOT necessarily in the order in which they will be recognized.
Saturday, August 11th , 2018
|9:00 a.m.||Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
Arts & Sciences
Media and Communication
Graduate School (schools listed above)
|1:30 p.m.||Business Administration
Visual & Performing Arts
Graduate School (schools listed above)
Texas Tech has a Commencement web site, which is your one-stop-shop for all things related to Commencement, including the schedule for upcoming ceremonies, lists of hotels (which sell out quickly!), parking information, and information about ordering invitations and photos of the big day.
Bookmark this site for all of your Commencement needs: https://www.depts.ttu.edu/provost/commencement/
Who doesn't love getting a postcard, letter, or package from a loved one!? Below are several tips and suggestions on how to make sure your student gets all of their mail while they're on campus.
To locate your students on-campus mailing address, visit: http://www.depts.ttu.edu/housing/halls/mail.php
University Student Housing will start receiving mail for fall residents on August 7th. Please do not mail items to your students address before this time, or it may be returned to sender.
Just like at your home, Texas Tech residence hall students receive mail directly in their building. Mail is delivered twice daily Monday- Friday. Residence halls do not receive mail on weekends, holidays, or over university breaks.
When students receive a standard piece of mail, those items are placed in a mailbox that corresponds to their room number. Boxes are available to students 24/7 while the residence halls are in operation. Mail boxes are secured with a combination lock. Your student will receive their combination when they move-in.
While the boxes are secured, it is recommended that valuable items such as checks and plane tickets are mailed using registered mail. It is never recommended that you mail cash or other irreplaceable items.
When your student receives a package that's larger than their mailbox, the package will be received by the hall staff in the hall office. Packages are tagged and logged into a computer tracking system. After the package is logged, the EZTrackIt computer system will automatically generate an email notification to the student, letting them know they can come claim their package.
Packages are available from the students' residence hall office. They simply need to bring their student ID at the time of pickup.
Students who need to mail packages or items that need to be weighed on campus can take advantage of CopyMail, which serves as a mail center for the Texas Tech community. Students can visit CopyMail at the Student Union Building, room 100, near the Food Court.
Raiders Helping Others, a community service based student organization on campus, has partnered with an off campus vendor to produce pre-made care packages that will automatically be sent to your student periodically throughout the year. If you're interested in learning more about how this program works, or to order a package for your on-campus resident, visit http://ttu.orgsync.com/org/tturho/fundraising
Is your student living off campus or considering living off campus? Be sure to read Common Pitfalls when it comes to living off campus.
Most landlords do not require the tenant to have renters insurance. All landlords deny liability for any damages to your personal property caused by water, smoke, or fire. Student Legal Services highly recommends any student, living off campus or on-campus, to obtain renters insurance. Renters insurance is a cost effective way to replace damaged property. Speak with your insurance representative to discuss your options.
If you or your student has any other questions about renters insurance please call 806-742-3289 or visit www.depts.ttu.edu/sls/.
College Renters Insurance offers coverage starting at $5,000 with a $100 deductible. Coverage for your personal property starts as low as $12 per month.
Visit www.CollegeRentersPlan.com/ttu to see all of the coverage options available or call (866) 572-1617.
August 6, Monday
- Last day to withdraw from the university. Although withdrawal can be processed until this date, all tuition and fees related to the registration are due in full and no refunds will be issued.
- Last day for undergraduate degree candidates to remove grades of I and PR.
August 7, Tuesday
- Raiderlink available for grading.
August 8, Wednesday
- Last day of classes.
August 9 – 10, Thursday – Friday
- Final examinations for second term.
August 10, Friday
- Second summer term ends.
August 11, Saturday
- Commencement. Schedule of ceremonies can be found at www.depts.ttu.edu/provost/commencement/index.php.
- Last day for most summer dining locations (hospitality.ttu.edu).
- Students without room reservations for Fall 2018 must vacate residence hall rooms by 10 a.m.(www.depts.ttu.edu/housing/moveout.php)
August 13, Monday
- 5:00 p.m, Final grades due via Raiderlink.
Fall Semester 2018
August 19, Sunday
- 10 a.m., Residence halls open for occupancy (housing.ttu.edu/movein).
- Select Hospitality Services dining locations open for service (hospitality.ttu.edu).
August 20, Monday
- 95% payment of mandatory tuition and fees or enrollment in a payment plan due for fall. Registrations after this date require immediate payment or enrollment in a payment plan.
August 22, Wednesday
- Faculty on duty.
August 24, Friday
- Last day to withdraw from the university without financial penalty. For more information visit: www.depts.ttu.edu/studentbusinessservices/calendar/withdrawDates.php
August 27, Monday
- Classes begin.
- All Hospitality Services dining locations open for service (hospitality.ttu.edu).
August 30, Thursday
- Last day for student-initiated addition of a course on MyTech. Course may be added until September 12 with advisor permission.
Complete calendar information:
Raiders Respond: Bystander Intervention Workshop for Red Raiders
SUB Red Raider Lounge
12:00pm - 1:30pm
August 22, 2018
Free lunch and t-shirts!
Annual Casino Night
United Supermarkets Arena
8:00pm - 12:00am
August 23, 2018
Welcome Back Breakfast
8:00am - 10:00am
August 27, 2018
As part of Raider Welcome Week, Student Disability Services will have an open house event where students can learn more about services, chat with our staff, and complete a "Texas Tech Traditions" quiz for popcorn and giveaways! The event will take place on Wednesday August 22, from 3:00 PM to 4:45 PM in West Hall, room 335. For more information, contact Student Disability Services at email@example.com or 806-742-2405.
Is your student involved in student organizations? If not, have him or her visit studentinvolvement.ttu.edu for a list of and contact information for all registered student organizations. It is especially important for students living on and off campus to get involved and stay connected to campus.
Is your student involved with the Military and Veterans Programs? If so, encourage him or her to view the Upcoming Events & Announcements on the MVP website!
Student Union and Activities always makes sure there is plenty for your Tech students to do! If your student complains that he or she can't find any fun activities or meet many people on campus, tell him or her about these exciting, FREE activities.
Click HERE for the complete Activities Calendar.
For more ways to get involved as a parent or family member of a Texas Tech student, join the Texas Tech Parents Association at www.texastechparents.org. Your membership dues support programs such as scholarships for Texas Tech students, the Road Raiders Safe Travel Network, and local chapters all over Texas.
You can also get involved in various chapter activities throughout the year. Come enjoy a fun time with other Texas Tech parents and family members. Click HERE to view the chapter parents page.
Texas Tech Parents Association is excited to welcome new families to our Tech Parents Red Raider Family. If you are New to TTU, register for upcoming activities taking place in your hometown which are geared for new families. Matador Matinees highlight everything families "Need to Know Before You Go" to Red Raider Orientation in the summer. New Family Receptions highlight everything families "Need to Know Before You Go" to Move-In August 19th. Send-Off is a fun, family celebration available in our chapter areas. Activities, webinars, meet ups and more await you - all in your hometown. Registrations are now open!
Check out our website at www.texastechparents.org