Established in 1923, Texas Tech University is a public research institution located in Lubbock, Texas. 38,209 students are currently enrolled with Texas Tech, of which 31,957 are undergraduates. The university is composed of 12 colleges and schools offering more than 150 undergraduate degrees, 100 graduate degrees, and 50 doctoral degrees.
Popular major courses for the university are:-
The 12 colleges that compose the academics of Texas Tech are:
Texas Tech campus, located on the South Plains of West Texas in Lubbock has a Spanish theme throughout the expanse in all its architecture. Besides Texas Tech University, the 1,839-acre campus also houses a law school and a medical school.
On-campus housing accommodates more than 7,400 students in 13 residence halls, 4 suite-style halls, and 1 apartment complex.
Most on-campus accommodations are double/triple occupancy types while a few single occupancy accommodations are also available.
The non-refundable application fee for UG programs is 75 USD.
Estimated Cost of Attendance of the university is tabulated below:-
|Books and supplies||$1,200|
Over 75% of students are on financial aid at Texas Tech and the average Grant Aid Received (FT/First-Time) is 3,910 USD. Texas Tech University has scholarship programs specifically for international students. Any study who is awarded a competitive scholarship of 1,000 USD will pay tuition at the resident rate. Some popular scholarship options are Study Abroad Competitive Scholarship (SACS), OIA Undergraduate Scholarship, Harold and Mary Dregne Memorial Scholarship, and Dingus Memorial Scholarship, etc. Deadlines are varied.
Texas Tech alumni can avail a range of benefits as an alumni member including:
|Demetrio B. Lakas '53||President, Republic of Panama|
|Bevington A. Reed, Ph.D., '48||Texas Commissioner of Higher Education|
|Earnest F. Gloyna, Ph.D., '42||Dean of Engineering, University of Texas|
|Elizabeth M. Watson '71||Chief, Houston Police Department|
|Michael L. Gilbert, Ph.D., '80||President of Bayer Cotton Seed International|
|Ginger Kerrick '91 '93||Flight Director, NASA Space Center|
|Jim Angle '69||Chief National Correspondent, Fox News Channel|
|Mica R. Endsley, Ph.D. ’82||Chief Scientist, United States Air Force|
Distinguished alumni of Texas Tech University include Ed Whitacre, former chairman and CEO of AT&T as well as General Motors and the Grammy-nominated country singer Pat Green.
|Bachelors Tuition Fees||$24696|
|Post graduate Tuition Fees||$18270|
|Start of Application process||September 01, 2018|
|End of Application process||October 01, 2019|
|Accepts common App||No|