The hit to fall 2020 enrollment that some predicted may not happen at Tarleton State University. An unofficial tally, with two days before final numbers are in, shows the university up 5 percent from a year ago for a record enrollment topping 14,000.
Some $2.4 million in funding is available for fall 2020 to help Tarleton State University students facing significant financial challenges due to COVID-19. It’s part of the $5.4 million the school received in March from the U.S. Department of Education as a segment of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act.
Tarleton State University today announced it is one of 12 schools chosen to join the 2020-2021 OpenStax Institutional Partnership Network. As a participant Tarleton will work to encourage greater use of free, flexible textbooks among its faculty and students.
Tarleton State University graduate social work student Timothy Lopez has been awarded a $5,000 scholarship from the Hogg Foundation.
Dr. Poorya Hajyalikhani, an assistant professor in the Tarleton State University Construction Science and Management program, and undergraduate student Brady Hudson recently earned the Best Presentation Award at the 2020 International Conference on Wood Structure and Wood Framing.
Dr. Kimberly Rynearson, Dean of the College of Education at Tarleton State University, has been named an Impact Academy fellow, joining a cohort of national leaders committed to strengthening educator preparation.
Tarleton State University has emerged as one of the safest college campuses in Texas based on a survey by the National Council for Home Safety and Security.
A “new, tremendous” kind of Homecoming! That’s what Tarleton State University students and alumni will experience in spring 2021 since football will not have its full season until then.
Tarleton State University’s undergraduate degree in social work has emerged as one of the top 15 programs in Texas based on net monthly earnings one year after graduation.
A pair of Tarleton State University professors heading an interdisciplinary team of researchers from across The Texas A&M University System were highlighted in a recent Agrilife Today online presentation.