If you’re the first in your family to attend college, the PEGASUS program addresses your individual needs with one-to-one advising and peer mentoring. MentorTech provides a faculty or staff mentor with academic, professional and cultural interests similar to your own. These and other support programs offer a variety of community service and social events with other students who share your interests and background.
Want to make sure you graduate on time? Not sure about your major? Our advisors are available to answer these questions and more. Let us help you explore the many options that are available to you so that you can fulfill your dreams.
The TECHniques Center, the only program of its kind in the state, provides supplemental academic support including assessments and tutoring to undergraduate students with learning disabilities on a fee-for-service basis. The TECHniques program helps students maintain their academic focus and accomplish their educational goals.
Health and Wellness
Student support services extend beyond the classroom to health and wellness. Some resources include a primary care clinic staffed with licensed physicians and a student counseling center that provides enrolled students with professional psychological services to address the variety of concerns that affect college students on a personal and academic level.
University Career Services is an important resource from your very first day on campus and is available to all students. We want you to succeed and provide a variety of programs to help make that happen.
“Texas Tech’s Career Center really helped me find the major that would help me fulfill my goals.”Karlie Beeson
landscape architecture major, Lubbock