Texas Tech is a public graduate school in Lubbock, Texas. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 6,259 graduate students. Of the 103 graduate programs offered at Texas Tech University, 29 are offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Texas Tech University are Business, Law, and Accounting. 37% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
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Texas Tech University Graduate Reviews
Texas Tech University over all is a very nice school. My biggest complaints with TTU are how much of the focus is around sports. The football culture at TTU is like a religious cult. It is frustrating how football games and tailgating events impede and endanger pedestrian traffic. As soon as I was able to move out of the dorms freshman year, I moved as far away from campus as possible just to ensure peace on game days. It is disgusting how many funds come through the school for sports facilities and coach salaries when other departments - engineering, architecture, etc. - have outdated buildings and equipment. Alumns need to give money to their department, not sports!
Texas Tech University is the epitome of West Texas. We love our farmers and our agriculture students. The campus is massive and so gorgeous. School spirit is some of the best in the country and that is a fact. The athletic scene here in Lubbock, Texas is ridiculous with Tech excelling in almost every sport possible. Students love calling this place home. Lubbock is the definition of a college town, not to big but not small.
Lubbock is one of the best little-cities to live (and I've lived in 3 different countries, 5 different major cities). There are bike lanes all around and within the campus that make the quality of day-to-day life very high. The facilities are top notch, professors are available/engaging/brilliant and I loved my years there.