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Lubbock, Texas 79409
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- School Information
- Texas Tech University prides itself on being a major comprehensive research university that retains the sense of a smaller liberal arts institution. Although enrollment is over 30,000, Texas Tech students boast of one-on-one interaction with top faculty and an environment that stresses student accomplishment above all else. We're large enough to provide the best in facilities and academics, but small enough to focus on you. We are committed tor enhancing the cultural and economic development of the state, nation, and world. Interested in working at Texas Tech? Visit www.workattexastech.com!
- General Information
- In June 2020, the Division of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion announced the following new initiatives: • All new first-year and transfer students will be required to complete a new online training course, Voices for Change, that addresses diversity, identity, bias, and inclusion. • The required student organization leaders training will include a diversity, equity, and inclusion component. • The Campus Inclusion Resource Team (CIRT) is active and engaged. The online reporting mechanism is active and is updated as incident reports are received. • Our admissions team has continued to recruit and enroll more Black/African-American students and students from other underrepresented and minoritized communities. As a result, we have seen a double-digit increase in the number of Black/African-American confirmed students as well as increases in our Hispanic, Asian, and American Indian student groups. (source: https://www.depts.ttu.edu/diversity/msg.php)
Critical Race Training Activity
Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training
Recent revisions to TTU OP 32.16, “Faculty Recruitment Procedure,” require all faculty search committee members to attend a half-day Workshop hosted by the Office of Institutional Diversity, which has scheduled virtual Workshops during the Spring 2021 semester to train faculty search committee members.
Mission The mission of the Student Intersectional Leadership Council is to bring visibility and empowerment to Texas Tech University's diverse student body; to serve, represent, and include the marginalized; and to facilitate cultural competency throughout the community through education and engagement. Vision The Student Intersectional Leadership Council espouses an environment of inclusion and collaboration as conducive to the holistic development of our constituents. Our vision is to create a culture which values respect, identity, and service and to enrich the lives of students by ensuring equity of opportunity and celebrating the identity and diversity of students by raising collective awareness of cultural heritage.
Raider Education seeks to increase opportunities for cultural intelligence, civility, and inclusive leadership skill development for all students at Texas Tech University. Through partnerships across campus with faculty, staff, and students, Raider Education provides individual trainings, group workshops, and classroom curriculum support in a student-focused model that emphasizes actions on campus.