New Texas Tech Mobile App
Introducing the redesigned Texas Tech Mobile app. Available for iOS and Android.
The all-new official mobile application of The Texas Tech System delivers the Red Raider experience. Whether you’re a student, faculty, staff or campus visitor, this app quickly connects you to the information you need.
Current students can access personalized class schedules, campus account balances, and grades at any time. The Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center directory is also available for easy connection to any current student, staff, or faculty member.
Don't Miss Out
Calendars for events and announcements make it easy to find everything from registration deadlines to volunteer opportunities.
Know Your Campus
An interactive campus map helps you get where you need to go, with markers for buildings and key locations on and around campus.
Easy and Connected
Access frequently used WebRaider features for students and employees, such as financial aid, time reporting and deposits.
You can find links to the App. Store or on Google Play at: http://m.ttuhsc.edu/
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