Texas Tech values its partnerships with local, national, and global communities. Partnering with individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations, PreK-12 schools, health care providers, community organizations and others enables our faculty to connect their academic interests and expertise with relevant local, national, or international issues; promotes the mutual exchange knowledge and resources; strengthens faculty teaching, research and scholarship; and enhances our students' learning and civic-mindedness.
Let us know how we can partner with you!
Birgit Green, Ph.D.
Director, Office Academic Engagement
Texas Tech University
314 Drane Hall
Texas Tech University has been recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as an "Engaged Institution" in both 'Curricular Engagement' and 'Outreach and Partnerships."
Texas Tech is a member of the Engagement Scholarship Consortium (ESC) which is composed of 28 public universities that work collaboratively to promote strong university-community partnerships that are anchored in the rigor of scholarship and designed to help build community capacity.