Twenty-nine students have been selected to the 2021-22 leadership team for the Tarleton State University Texan Corps of Cadets, including William Sproull, Corps Commander; Deputy Corps Commander Jacob Humphries; and Command Sgt. Maj. Stephanie Bernal.
It’s not the traditional time of year for Tarleton State University’s Homecoming celebration, but traditional activities will still be part of the deal.
Tarleton State University nursing students are helping administer COVID-19 vaccinations across Texas and gaining valuable practical skills. Their work is part of a nationwide effort by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing to help meet the surging demand for healthcare professionals and get shots into the arms of the country’s most vulnerable.
Beginning fall 2021, Tarleton State University will guarantee scholarship levels to transfer students from two-year colleges.
The Goldthwaite Consolidated Independent School District and Tarleton State University agreed recently to a partnership to help GCISD seniors get their college education.
Dr. Lora Helvie-Mason, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Tarleton State University, has been named the Texas Women in Higher Education’s Institutional Representative of the Year for 2021.
Time is running out for nominations for the 2021 class of the Tarleton State University Rodeo Hall of Fame.
Two days jam-packed with activities, including two ring ceremonies, a carnival and sports action, highlight this year’s annual Family Weekend at Tarleton State University, March 5-6.
What started as a way to support writing accountability among women has evolved into an organized effort of substantive mentoring at Tarleton State University.
Timber Allenbrand led Tarleton State University’s women’s rodeo team to a second-place finish over the weekend at the season-opening Odessa College Rodeo.