November 30, 2017
The Texas Tech University Residence Hall Association will host the 59th annual Carol of Lights® ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Friday (Dec. 1) at Memorial Circle, the Engineering Key, the Science Quad and the Broadway Entrance to the university.
The main entrance of the university at the intersection of Broadway and University Avenues will be closed at 5:30 p.m. All other campus entrances will be open. No traffic will be allowed through the Broadway Entrance, Memorial Circle or the Engineering Key beginning at 5:30 p.m. Fifteenth Street from Boston to Detroit Avenues will be closed throughout the day until the conclusion of the event.
Various parking lots will be open for guests attending Carol of Lights®.
On- and off-campus bus routes will have different schedules for Carol of Lights®.
Restricted parking areas, bus routes and traffic flow are provided for the safety and enjoyment of all those attending the event. Please plan your route accordingly.
The event will be broadcast on 88.1 KTXT-FM The Raider, Lubbock PBS station KTTZ and on Texas Tech’s livestream. Join the conversation on social media using #TTUCOL. For more information, please visit the website.
With the flip of a switch, more than 25,000 colored lights illuminate 18 buildings around Memorial Circle, the Engineering Key and the Broadway Entrance to the campus during Texas Tech University's Carol of Lights®.
This annual event, sponsored by the Texas Tech Residence Halls Association, is attended by over 20,000 Tech students and local residents. It is one of Texas Tech's largest and oldest traditions.
Follow the event on Twitter #TTUCOL.
Donations to the Carol of Lights® fund can be made online at www.give2tech.com.Twitter
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