The Texas A&M University Board of Regents has officially named Dr. James L. Hurley as Tarleton State University’s 16th president, following the 21-day notice required by law. Regents named Hurley the sole finalist Aug. 8.
From poetry and fiction to photography and music, Tarleton State University’s Langdon Review Weekend in historic downtown Granbury brings together writers and artists from across Texas and beyond starting Wednesday, Sept. 4, and running through Saturday, Sept. 7.
In observance of Labor Day, all Tarleton State University administrative offices are closed and classes dismissed Monday, Sept. 2.
Tarleton State University’s Career Services will host a part-time job fair Thursday, Sept. 5. The come-and-go event gives students an opportunity to connect with local businesses seeking part-time employees.
Tarleton State University today celebrated the opening of its high-tech 97,000-square-foot Engineering Building with a ribbon cutting, tours and remarks from community leaders, legislators and Texas A&M University officials.
After a $24.6 million renovation and west side expansion, Tarleton State University’s Memorial Stadium reopened this evening, welcoming a fired-up Texan Nation passionate about football and excited about what lies ahead.
Tarleton State University’s doctoral program in educational leadership got a new name today, honoring the school’s 14th president, Dr. Dennis P. McCabe, who spent more than four decades as an educator and administrator.
A boost in available spaces means parking at Tarleton State University will be easier this fall.
Longtime Texas businessman and Tarleton State University Distinguished Alumnus Mike A. Myers received an honorary doctorate of humane letters during today’s commencement ceremonies for his extraordinary contributions and service to higher education.
Tarleton State University could begin constructing a second building at its new Fort Worth campus as early as 2021, thanks to $63 million from The Texas A&M University System. Private funding will cover the remaining $7 million needed.