From it's original construction in 1924 until the present, Texas Tech University has gone through several construction booms. The original site consisted of 2,000 acres. Today, Texas Tech has one of the largest campuses in the United States, with several satellite campuses located throughout the State of Texas. More on the TTU campus
There exists a large number of resources on Texas Tech coeds, female faculty, staff and administrators within the archives. To begin researching this topic go to the TTU Women's Resource Guide to view available related manuscript collections and oral histories. Also available is a women's timeline, the Women Who Shaped Texas Tech biography page, and a summary of past University Archive's Women's History Month exhibits page.
The rank of Horn Professor is the highest faculty rank obtainable at Texas Tech. Those awarded this recognition are recognized as having attained national and/or international recognition in the areas of research or other creative, scholarly achievement. List of Texas Tech Horn Professors
An ongoing project of the University Archives is compiling a timeline covering milestones and achievements by minorities at Texas Tech. The timeline is viewable here.
A common researcher question is in regards to who are the administrative heads of Texas Tech University departments and colleges, as well as who are members of the Board of Regents. A list of former such administrators can be found on the Listing of Administrative Heads of Texas Tech page.