December 9, 2011
The weekend is designed to allow Texas Tech students to show their siblings what college life is all about.
Texas Tech will host its fourth annual Sibling Weekend Feb. 10-11, 2012.
Sibling Weekend is an event designed to be fun, educational and spirit-filled as youth between the ages of 8-15 experience life as a Red Raider.
“The great thing about Sibling Weekend is that it is designed to let Texas Tech students show their younger brothers and sisters what college life is all about,” said Christine Self, unit coordinator of Parent and Family Relations.
Participants will live on campus with their brother or sister, experience a Texas Tech basketball game, interact with faculty in a classroom, and have access to the Robert H. Ewalt Student Recreation Center.
The primary goals of the weekend are to create bonds between Red Raiders and their siblings and to showcase the various opportunities Texas Tech provides to its students.
The cost to attend Sibling Weekend is $45 per participant, which includes meals, a ticket to the Texas Tech vs. Oklahoma men’s basketball game, an official Sibling Weekend shirt, a Double T drawstring bag and much more.
For more details and the registration form, visit www.parent.ttu.edu.
The Office of Parent and Family Relations aims to provide parents and families of Texas Tech students with information and resources that will help parents stay informed about what is happening on campus and to connect with other parents and families.
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