Texas Tech University System Regents to Meet October 4
Regents will have a one-day meeting in Lubbock at the Texas Tech University System Administration Building.
Oct. 2, 2019 | Contact: Scott Lacefield
The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents will meet Friday (Oct. 4) in Lubbock. The meeting will take place in the Regents Conference Room, First Floor (104A) in the Texas Tech University System Administration Building (1508 Knoxville Avenue).
Below are highlights of the topics and items to be discussed at the upcoming meeting, including estimated times with periodic recesses. Meeting materials and a livestream of the meeting will be available online. Parking for news media is available in the C-16 Commuter West parking lot off of Knoxville Avenue and Texas Tech Parkway.
Friday, October 4
8:30 a.m. – Call to order; convene Meeting of the Board for a joint meeting of the TTU System Board of Regents, the Executive Committee of the Texas Tech Foundation Board, the Investment Advisory Committee and the ASU Foundation Board
9:30 a.m. – Recess
9:50 a.m. – Call to order; reconvene Meeting of the Board – Open session and meeting of the committee of the whole
- Introductions and Recognitions
10:00 a.m. – Executive Session
11:45 a.m. – Recess
1:00 p.m. – Academic, Clinical and Student Affairs Committee
1:10 p.m. – Audit Committee
1:30 p.m. – Facilities Committee
3:00 p.m. – Adjournment
About the Texas Tech University System
Established in 1996 and headquartered in Lubbock, Texas, the Texas Tech University System is a $2 billion higher education enterprise focused on advancing higher education, health care, research and community outreach. Consisting of four universities – Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Angelo State University and Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso – the TTU System collectively has approximately 55,000 students, 17 campuses statewide and internationally, and an endowment valued over $1.3 billion.
During the 86th Texas Legislature under the leadership of Chancellor Dr. Tedd L. Mitchell, legislative funding and authority was provided to establish a new Texas Tech University veterinary school in Amarillo and a new dental school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso. This will be the state’s first veterinary school in more than a century and first dental school in over 50 years. The addition of these two schools makes the Texas Tech University System one of only nine in the nation to offer programs for undergraduate, medical, law, nursing, pharmacy, dental and veterinary education, among other academic areas.