The Texan to Red Raider program is a unique partnership with Texas Tech University. Students will be admitted to the program each fall semester. Students who are denied admission to Texas Tech University are invited to apply for the program. While in the program, students will be concurrenty enrolled at SPC and TTU. Upon successful completion of a minimum of 51 hours of courses and a GPA that meets the requirement for admission to their chosen major at TTU, students will receive guaranteed admission to TTU.
At South Plains College, we want you to reach your fullest potential. So we work to support you in clarifying your goals, developing your talents and skills, and challenging you to become an independent, lifelong learner.
SPC offers you:
More than 100 programs of study
Affordable tuition and fees
Career programs that prepare you for success in the job market
State-of-the-art instructional equipment and hands-on training
Small classes and one-on-one training
A college with traditions
1. Application for Admission
Complete a Texan to Red Raider Admission Application. Fall 2021 application available September 1, 2020.
Program Eligibility Requirements (for acceptance into the Texan to Red Raider program)
- Must have applied to Texas Tech University for the fall 2020 semester and been denied admission
- Must have no more than 15 hours of dual credit courses completed at an institution other than South Plains College
- Must meet Texas Success Initiative (TSI) compliance standards in Reading, Writing, and Math. Click here for more information on TSI compliance.
2. Supplemental Documents
In addition to an application for admission, students may be required to submit the following before registering for classes:
- Meningitis Vaccination Record
- TSI Placement Scores (if not exempt from the TSI Assessment by SAT, ACT, STAAR, or college coursework)
- Final, Official High School Transcript (with graduation date)
- Official College Transcript
Students interested in receiving Financial Aid must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). SPC MUST BE designated as an institution to receive your FAFSA. Aid cannot be awarded to students in the program if SPC has not received the student's FAFSA.
- Complete 2018-2019 FAFSA at www.fafsa.ed.gov (Requires 2016 tax data)
- Select South Plains College with school code (003611)
- Use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool
- Check DAILY for emails on the student and parent email accounts provided on the FAFSA; including the student's SPC account
- If selected for Verification, please follow the SPC Verification Process
- Submit Official High School Transcript with Graduation Date to Admissions and Records
- If a loan is needed, click here
For more information about Financial Aid at SPC, click here.
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New Student Checklist
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