Texas Tech University is a four-year, public university in Lubbock, Texas. Texas Tech currently has more than 1,300 students enrolled at the University that are veterans or are dependents of veterans. Twelve colleges and schools makeup the academic areas at Texas Tech University and offer more than 150 undergraduate degrees, 100 graduate degrees, and 50 doctoral degrees.
Texas Tech University offers the following veteran and military support programs:
Texas Tech University is a MyCAA approved school.
Texas Tech as a program called TechVet Boot Camps. TechVet Boot Camp is designed to help you transition into college life by providing best practices in study skills, time management, writing, money management and more. It is a great way to network and meet other veteran students.
Military affiliated students enrolling at Texas Tech should check to see if they are eligible to utilize the Hazlewood Act.
Message from Texas Tech University
On behalf of Texas Tech University and the Military & Veterans Programs we would like to welcome you to our campus and our Web site. Please know we are here for you. We take great pride in the fact that we currently have more than 1300 students attending this University that are veterans or are dependents of veterans. We also have more than 350 faculty and staff that have also served and their number one priority is you earning your degree as a veteran at Texas Tech. If you have any questions, concerns, and/or constructive criticism please let us know. Thank you for your service and your dedication to our country during its time of need. Be proud of who you are, be proud of what you do, be proud of what you continue to do. You served our country so well. It's our turn to serve you.
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