My name is Michael Debnam and I am a senior studying International Economics and Philosophy. I will be attending law school in the Fall. I am from Colleyville, but now I consider Lubbock to be my home. Coming to Texas Tech was one of the best decisions I have ever made, as Tech has helped… Continue reading Tutor Spotlight: Michael Debnam
We are honored and excited to welcome 27 new tutors to the TECHniques team. After two full days of training, these tutors are well-equiped with the tools for success. We are already impressed with their commitment to their students’ academic success. With diverse majors and minors, dreams and aspirations, each one of these incredible tutors… Continue reading Welcome New Tutors
My name is Daniel Johnson, and I will be graduating with my Masters of Science in Accounting from the RAWLS College of Business in May 2014! I am currently in the process of applying to seat for the 4-part Certified Public Accountant exam, I plan to start once I graduate. I was first introduced to… Continue reading Tutor Spotlight: Daniel Johnson
The TECHniques Center would like to give a special THANK YOU! to those of you support us financially. Your contributions to the TECHniques Center Fund For Excellence support us in our mission to make education available to those who learn differently. Here are some of the ways your donations have recently supported our program and… Continue reading Thank you for your support!
By Shelley Ducatt Associate Director Student Disability Services Do you underestimate the importance of your Letters of Accommodation (LOA)? Letters of accommodation are more than just a piece of paper we encourage you hand out to your faculty members. The LOA communicates to your faculty members the areas in which you need extra support in… Continue reading The Importance of Accommodations
Happy New Year!! We hope everyone had a long, lovely break from school, work and all things stressful! As we prepare for the start of a new semester, we wanted to share a few important dates for our students and tutors. Students Class begins Wednesday, January 15. Be sure to finalize your schedules and notify your… Continue reading back to school, back to school