Six alumni returned to the classroom on Tuesday to share their knowledge and experience with students from each of the Tarleton State University’s six colleges as part of the schools 26th annual Alumni Academic Forum.
The Tarleton State University rodeo team kicks off the 2018 fall season at the Eastern New Mexico University Rodeo Sept. 20-22.
Tarleton State University’s Study Abroad program encourages students to begin your journey with an information expo from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, in the ballrooms of the Thompson Student Center on the Stephenville campus.
Literary classics like Gone with the Wind, Catcher in the Rye and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are among the thousands of titles banned or challenged in libraries across the country.
Two days jam-packed with activities, including two separate ring ceremonies and a Corps of Cadets march, highlight this year’s annual Family Weekend at Tarleton State University Sept. 21-23.
Tarleton State University students are stepping up to help classmates concentrate on coursework instead of hungry stomachs.
Tarleton State University’s 2018 enrollment remains on pace to support student success, improve the first-year experience and increase applied-learning and research opportunities. Based on the 12th day of class report, 13,122 students are enrolled for the fall semester compared with 13,011 a year ago.
Tarleton State University today received approval from The Texas A&M University System to bond $3.5 million to expedite projects originally planned for fall 2019.
The Tarleton State University Fort Worth food pantry is a beneficiary of this year’s North Texas Giving Day set Thursday, Sept. 20.
That day in 2017 was much the same as most in Cynthia Kappas’ 24-year retail career.