January 8, 2018
(VIDEO) Lawrence Schovanec presented the university’s top strategic goals in his annual state of the university address. Read More»
In addition to setting an overall record enrollment, 27.8 percent of the university’s
undergraduate student body is Hispanic.
(VIDEO) As the newest addition to University Student Housing, the pod-style residence hall will house more than 300 students this fall. Read More»
The university’s first international campus is now included in the accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. Read More»
Bradley Ewing’s research is funded by a CRISP grant from the National Science Foundation. Read More»
The Research in Early Development Studies Laboratory is conducting groundbreaking work to help children as young as 12 months old. Read More»
From advancements in biotechnology or work done on the economic side of the cotton market, Texas Tech will play a key role in the industry vital to the region’s economy. Read More»
The project, led by a group of Texas Tech faculty and students, focuses on Texas veterans who participated in the liberation of Nazi concentration camps during World War II. Read More»
Students earn the opportunity to conduct research in foreign countries. Read More»
Texas Tech finished the spring and fall competition season with a historic feat, claiming
an unblemished record at 7-0.
The program began this fall with its first 100 participants. Read More»
The competition was held at the National Cheer Association Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championships in Daytona Beach, Florida. Read More»
The engineering students designed and developed a robotic hand and a mobilized wheelchair
for two kids at Bean Elementary.
Since 2013, students, faculty and staff within the J.T. & Margaret Talkington College of Visual & Performing Arts have led efforts to increase offerings and education in the arts. Read More»
(VIDEO) Red Raiders spent Memorial Day weekend exploring the city and delivering two performances, including a Memorial Day concert in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. Read More»
The $48 million facility was funded entirely through philanthropic gifts to The Campaign for Fearless Champions, and is among the first multi-sport venues in the country. Read More»