Texas Tech University is a comprehensive research school providing an environment that encourages and nurtures student accomplishment and cultural and economic development.
Students at Texas Tech come from all 50 states and many countries from around the globe, ensuring plenty of opportunities to meet and learn from students of various cultures.
Texas Tech was founded in 1923 and is located in Lubbock, Texas. The school is accredited to offer students bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, as well as certificate programs.
There are programs for students of all interests. The university offers approximately 150 undergraduate, 100 master’s, and 50 doctoral programs for students at all higher education levels to choose from. The university is comprised of 11 academic colleges, a graduate school, and a school of law. In fact, Texas Tech University has the only campus in Texas that houses a major university, law school, and medical school.
Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma residents receive a discount on tuition for all levels. County residents receive an additional discount as well. Financial aid is available to qualifying students. Upon completing the FAFSA, students may be found eligible for scholarships, grants, and student loans.
Quick Facts about Texas Tech University
Mid-size City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
Red Raiders, Lady Raiders
On-Campus Housing Available
TTU Ratings & Reviews
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- African American
- American Indian or Alaska native
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