Texas Tech Parents Association

at P. O. Box 64097, Lubbock, 79464-4097 United States

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Texas Tech Parents Association
P. O. Box 64097
Lubbock , TX 79464-4097
United States
Contact Phone
P: (806) 412-4722


Our Values are the principles which guide our decisions and our programs Family and Relationship Communication and Interaction Education and Knowledge Development and Personal Growth

General Info

Who can be a member of Texas Tech Parents Association? All parents and guardians of Tech undergraduate and graduate students (past, present and admitted) are eligible to join Texas Tech Parents Association.

Company Rating

2593 FB users likes Texas Tech Parents Association, set it to 3 position in Likes Rating for Lubbock, Texas in Non-profit organization category

VERY proud of our sons and daughters. Wonderful beginning to the game. Very considerate when OSU came on field, absolute quiet during moment of silence and guns up salute during OSU alma mater. Proud to be a Red Raider.

Published on 2015-10-31 19:52:42 GMT

Posted on OSU Website: On behalf of the Texas Tech Parents Association, #TechParents extend our deepest sympathy to the OSU family over today's horrible tragedy. To those who lost loved ones, our hearts ache for you. To those who are injured, our prayers are for complete recovery. We are all #UniversityParents together. https://www.facebook.com/Oklahoma-State-University-39013362306/

Published on 2015-10-24 21:53:55 GMT

NOTICE: Due to the potential for dangerous inclement weather in the Houston area, Houston Chapters have cancelled or postponed their events scheduled for today and this evening. Chapter Leadership Teams wish for everyone to ... PLEASE BE SAFE THIS WEEKEND!

Published on 2015-10-24 15:45:44 GMT

PASS IT ON: TechAlert! Test Scheduled Texas Tech University will test its TechAlert! Emergency Communications System at 10:50 a.m. Oct. 29. All faculty, staff and STUDENTS SHOULD UPDATE cell phone, home phone or text message information at emergency.ttu.edu. The system is used to alert the university community of emergency situations or class cancellations or delays “The safety of our university community is our top priority,” said Ronald Phillips, university counsel and emergency management coordinator. “We test the TechAlert! system at least twice a year if it is not otherwise activated. It is vital we have current phone, text message and email contacts for all faculty, staff and students, so our emergency communications system can release the latest information as fast as possible.” In addition to the TechAlert! system, the university will use a variety of communication tools in the event of an emergency. These tools include: *The online Emergency Communications Center, emergency.ttu.edu *The university’s home page, Texas Tech Today and social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter *Local media to deliver emergency information *Outdoor siren notification system

Published on 2015-10-22 19:35:51 GMT

Parents and friends of Hispanic high school students; Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s Scholar Chapter to Host INFORMATIONAL RETREAT "It All Starts with an Idea" is an event intended to provide high school students and parents with information on a variety of college topics. WHAT: The Scholar Chapter of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund at Texas Tech University is hosting an informational retreat called It All Starts with an Idea. The event will provide college information to high school students and parents on everything from financial aid and scholarships to life on campus. WHEN: 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday (Oct. 24) WHERE: Student Union Building Red Raider Ballroom WHO: The Scholar Chapter of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund is supported by the Cross-Cultural Academic Advancement Center in its efforts to recruit, retain and graduate Hispanic students from Texas Tech. Lunch will be provided at the informational retreat. Guests may park in lot R07 north of the Student Union Building. Admission is free. RSVP at crosscultural@ttu.edu or (806) 742-8681.

Published on 2015-10-22 16:52:18 GMT

VERY IMPORTANT NEWS. PASS IT ON. Texas Tech Hosts Alcohol Awareness Week Events The program is part of National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week from Oct. 19-24. Texas Tech University will participate in National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week starting Oct. 19. The events will end Oct. 24 with a Pack the Jones Watch Party for the Texas Tech – Oklahoma game. The week is hosted by several on-campus departments including Student Union & Activities, Risk Intervention & Safety Education (RISE) and University Student Housing. “My goal is to find a way to show the campus is coming together to support safety around alcohol use at Texas Tech,” said Claire Maginness, assistant director for student activities. “National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week is an initiative to showcase as many resources as possible on campus to show the students and student organizations the faculty and staff at Texas Tech care about alcohol-free programming and their safety.” The Alcohol Awareness Week events are: All week: The MythBusters Wall sponsored by Beta Theta Pi and RISE Letters to my Former Self sponsored by the Association of Students About Service (ASAS), RISE and the Center for Collegiate Recovery Communities Across Campus The Regret Blog sponsored by RISE. Resources on and off campus are available on OrgSync Monday: Raiders Against Drunk Driving (RADD) will give away “Don’t Drink & Drive” items from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Student Union Building (SUB) across from CopyMail. Be Aware Rec Fair from 4-7 p.m. at the Robert H. Ewalt Student Recreation Center Tuesday: DWI Simulators hosted by Phi Delta Theta & RISE 11 am - 1 pm at the SUB North Plaza. Wednesday: Tech Activities Board (TAB) hosts Crossing the Line & Drunk Goggle Obstacle Course 11 am- 1 pm in the SUB North Plaza. The Interfraternity Council & RISE host Life Size Battleship from 9-11 p.m. in the Red Raider Lounge. Thursday: RISE and University Student Housing host Raiders Respond: Bystander Intervention in the Senate Room from 2:30-3:30 p.m. The School of Theatre & Dance and ASAS host Plays on Tap: One Acts & Discussion 3:30 - 5 p.m.in the SUB Ballroom. The Center for Addiction and Recovery hosts Celebration of Recovery from 7-8 p.m. at the Center for Addiction and Recovery. ASAS hosts the Thursday Night Movie “28 Days” at 10 p.m. in the SUB Escondido Theatre. Friday: Zombie Run for Recovery Obstacle Race from 5-9 p.m. at Urbanovsky Park. Saturday: Pack the Jones Watch Party for the Texas Tech – Oklahoma football game sponsored by the Student Government Association and RISE. The watch party will start 30 minutes before kickoff.

Published on 2015-10-15 16:39:38 GMT

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