2017 is a banner year for Tarleton State University Foundation, Inc., with an increase in scholarship funding and an investment portfolio close to $20 million.
Tarleton State University’s Department of Psychological Sciences is helping holiday wishes come true for children at the Sherwood & Myrtie Foster’s Home in Stephenville.
Dr. Denise Martinez becomes associate dean of Tarleton State University’s new School of Engineering effective Jan. 3.
Tarleton State University will close all campuses and facilities for winter break, beginning at noon on Friday, Dec. 22. Campuses and other operations will re-open for business on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2018.
Tarleton State University’s outreach center on the campus of Navarro College in Midlothian set a graduation record at this month’s fall commencement, awarding 32 diplomas.
It was a tiny window of opportunity, but recent Tarleton State University graduate Michael Tash climbed right through it.
Brody Cress couldn’t make the Dec. 15 commencement exercises that marked his graduation from Tarleton State University with a degree in agri-business.
Dr. Sally Lewis becomes inaugural associate dean of Tarleton State University’s College of Health Sciences and Human Services effective Jan. 3.
When Tarleton State University graduates walk the stage this Friday and Saturday, a number of outstanding students will embody the core values of the school and exemplify the power of higher education to open doors to new ideas and change communities—and families—for the better.
Tarleton State University Police Department will host a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) training course on Tuesday, Dec. 19, on the Stephenville campus. The training is free and open to the public.