Texas Tech Graduate Center Hosts Grand Opening

The center will provide meeting and networking space, quiet study/research space, a computer lab, dining area, conference room and a lounge.

WHAT:           The Texas Tech University Graduate School will open the Graduate Center, a facility consisting of more than 2,000 square feet of space dedicated to exclusive use by graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.

WHEN:           4 p.m. Tuesday (April 1)

WHERE:         Basement level of the west wing in the Administration Building

EVENT:          Located at the very heart of campus, the center will provide graduate students and post-doctoral fellows with meeting and networking space, quiet study/research space, a computer lab, dining area, conference room and a lounge.

The ribbon cutting ceremony will feature an address by Texas Tech President M. Duane Nellis as well as remarks by Provost Lawrence Schovanec, and Vice Provost for Graduate Affairs and Dean of the Graduate School Mark Sheridan. A reception will follow.

CONTACT: Gloria Park, secretary, Graduate Student Advisory Council, Graduate School, Texas Tech University,gloria.park@ttu.edu.