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Many Pathways, One Calling

One thread runs through the diversity of our programs, schools and career paths: a calling to serve patients in life-giving, transformative ways. Ask yourself: why do you seek to become a doctor, pharmacist, nurse or health care administrator? If the answer is to positively impact the lives and health outcomes of people, then you belong here at TTUHSC.

Congratulations on your decision to apply to TTUHSC. Our goal is to make the process as clear as possible. From the application to financial aid to program requirements—we are here to help.

How to Apply

At TTUHSC, each school has its own entrance requirements and deadlines. Speaking generally, however, applicants will need a completed application, transcripts, test scores and other applicable qualifying factors to submit to their school of choice. Apply below.

Funding your Education

We believe in making TTUHSC affordable for all who wish to serve their communities. To that end, we seek future health care providers regardless of their family’s financial circumstances. Grants, scholarships and financial aid are available. Please let us guide you through the process of paying for your degree. MORE


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Do a Double Take

TTUHSC Students Succeed in Earning Dual Degrees
Amanda Rodriguez vividly remembers treating her first cochlear implant patient. The 92 year-old patient was originally told that she was not a candidate for cochlear implants because of her age. When the switch was turned on to activate the implant, the woman was able to hear her husband for the first time in many years. The patient’s husband asked, “does this mean we can pray together now?” More

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Helping After Harvey

Portia Grant, a senior Veteran to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (VBSN) student, knew she wanted to be a part of the military growing up. Her father served for 28 years in the Army before his retirement, and she wanted to follow in his footsteps, enlisting in the Army in 2011. While she wanted to be a soldier, she also wanted to be a health care provider. More

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TTUHSC Student Services

Consider the Office of Student Services your ultimate support network as well as your brain center for resources. MORE