Students and Siblings Invited for a Weekend of Tradition

Brothers and sisters ages 8-15 can participate in the memorable weekend.

The weekend is designed to have students share the traditions of Texas Tech with their siblings.

The weekend is designed for students to share the traditions of Texas Tech with their siblings.

Texas Tech's Parent and Family Relations will host Sibling Weekend 2011, Feb. 25-26. The weekend is filled with educational and spirit events to introduce siblings to the collegiate experience their brothers and sisters live daily at Texas Tech.

Ken Gassiot, associate director in Parent and Family Relations, said the goal of the weekend is to have students share the many traditions of Texas Tech with their siblings to create memories and a stronger bond between the younger siblings and themselves.

"One of the aims of Sibling Weekend is to let brothers and sisters of Texas Tech students know that Texas Tech is a place for them, too," Gassiot said. "We are working to create an experience that is truly unique and special for all participants."

The cost per participant is $45 and includes two dinners, one breakfast and one lunch. Also included are an official Sibling Weekend shirt, a nylon drawstring bag and a ticket to the women's basketball game against Oklahoma State University. Registration closes at 5 p.m. Feb. 11.

The weekend will include new additional opportunities for parents or family members who come to Lubbock to bring siblings and also want to participate. A parent and family member dinner will be held at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 25 at the Red Raider Lounge of the Student Union Building. Cost is $10 per person and can be paid at registration. Parents and family members can also attend the basketball game at 5 p.m. Feb. 26 for $9 each.

The Office of Parent and Family Relations

The Office of Parent and Family Relations

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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