TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY has established itself as one of the nation’s leading research universities, with an academic reputation recognized globally.
Located on the South Plains of West Texas in Lubbock (pop. 257,013), Texas Tech offers more than 150 undergraduate degrees, one hundred graduate degrees, and fifty doctoral degrees. The university is home to a law school and a veterinary school, the first in Texas in more than a century.
Research and enrollment numbers continue to reach record levels, supported by Texas Tech’s diverse, highly revered pool of faculty who excel in teaching, research, and service.
Texas Tech is one of twenty top U.S. research universities that formed the Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Research Universities to increase opportunities for those historically underserved by higher education. The twenty institutions represent every university categorized as R1–Very High Research Activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education and who are also designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution.