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Background Information

Programs fully recognize the importance of diversity in their student body and in the workforce. Accordingly, programs strongly encourage applications from persons from all socioeconomic, racial, ethnic, religious, and educational backgrounds and persons from groups underrepresented in the industry. Select any and all of the options in this section which you feel best apply to you. Please note that Texas Tech Grad uses this section for statistical purposes only and it in no way affects your application or financial aid eligibility.  

Residency Claim

This section only applies to domestic applicants. Select responses to questions about your Texas residency. 

Military Status

If you have US military experience, select your anticipated status at the time of enrollment from the drop-down. Select Not a member of the military if this does not apply.

If a member of the military, select your branch of the Armed Forces from the drop-down and indicate the dates of service.

Parent or Legal Guardian

This section only applies to domestic applicants. Select responses to questions about your parent or legal guardian.

Academic Infraction

Indicate whether you have ever been disciplined or placed on academic probation while attending an academic institution. If yes, enter an explanation in the spaces provided.

Language Proficiency

Select your native language (the language of your birth). If you speak additional languages, click Add Another Language. Then, select the language(s) and the level of your proficiency in each.

Previous Enrollment

Indicate if you previously enrolled in a public college or university in Texas during the 12 months prior to the term for which you are applying.

General Comments

Select your answers to any additional questions. 

Social Security Number

Enter your social security number. This field is optional, but some programs may require it for their application, or for institutional or federal financial aid forms. Contact your programs directly to determine if they require you to enter your social security number. 

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