Tarleton professor Dr. Paul Banda has published a new book, The State, Counterinsurgency, and Political Policing in Colonial and Postcolonial Malawi, 1891-1994, that examines the history of the African nation.
Tarleton State University has been awarded $1.3 million in federal TRIO grants to provide assistance for 140 Tarleton students who are pursuing their degree on the Stephenville campus.
Tarleton State University and the Lake Worth Independent School District have agreed to a partnership designed to lend a hand to LWISD seniors who want a college education.
Tarleton Football has announced its revised schedule for the inaugural Division I spring 2021 season.
Tarleton State University has adjusted its spring 2021 academic calendar to limit COVID-19 exposure and safeguard the health of students, employees and communities where the school has locations.
With grant funds from the Texas Veterans Commission and the efforts of several Tarleton State University departments, the new Meals for Vets program will provide eligible student veterans with a free hot meal daily on the Stephenville campus.
The Tarleton Texan Corps of Cadets hosted its annual Corps Brass Awarding Ceremony on Oct. 19.
The ceremony recognizes the hard work, dedication and commitment of “ducks,” freshman cadets entering the corps, and notes their becoming full ARC 168 members of the corps family.
Tarleton State University’s W.K. Gordon Center for the Industrial History of Texas in Thurber is hosting its Fourth Annual Halloween trunk or treat at 2 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 31.
Tarleton State University will celebrate fall 2020 graduates with in-person commencement ceremonies Dec. 11-12 at Memorial Stadium on the Stephenville campus, provided current public health guidelines remain unchanged.
Starting with the Class of 2021, Jacksboro Independent School District seniors in the top 25 percent of their graduating classes will earn automatic admission to Tarleton State University.