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We are committed to helping our students succeed — especially in these challenging times. We have identified a number of resources that provide support for various needs.

FAQs  |  TOWN HALL  |  Counseling  |  FOOD PANTRY  |  Technology  

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Counseling Services

The Program of Assistance for Students provides counseling services for TTUHSC students and employees at the Counseling Center at TTUHSC in Lubbock. Telehealth counseling or in-person counseling is available at this time.

TTUHSC’s counseling providers across Texas continue to offer telehealth counseling services to TTUHSC students and employees.  Contact information for these providers, along with many helpful resources, can be found on the Counseling Center website (, or by contacting the Counseling Center.

TTUHSC has also developed a webinar, Emotional Health in Times of Uncertainty for additional support.

Food Pantry Resouces

TTUHSC Helping Hands Food Pantry is dedicated to ensuring that no member of the TTUHSC family goes hungry and that every member of our family has access to nutritious food.

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 technology support
  • Wireless Access
    Some internet service or mobile phone providers have special offers related to COVID-19. Please contact your preferred provider to explore these options.
  • Outdoor Wireless Access Points
    The IT Division has installed Outdoor Wireless Access Points (WAP) on TTUHSC campuses. These WAPs will extend the “TTUHSC Air” Wi-Fi signal to select parking lots. Campus maps show areas with the best connectivity experience.

Abilene | Amarillo | Lubbock | Midland | Odessa | Dallas (4th & 5th floors of the parking garage).

All IT Solution Centers have suspended walk-in services until further notice. Contact: or call 806.743.1234

Presidential Communications

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The goal of our town hall meetings are not to simply “present” information. They are meant to encourage a two-way dialogue so that our TTUHSC community feels connected, informed, and heard. WATCH NOW