Tarleton State University has announced a series of name and organizational changes of colleges and departments within the Division of Academic Affairs as part of the university’s strategic planning process.
Tarleton State University has received a $691,158 multi-year grant from the Greater Texas Foundation to launch a new student success initiative this fall.
Former Tarleton State University rodeo team member Jim Dewey Brown has been named commissioner of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.
Tarleton State University’s Dr. Rudy Tarpley was honored Thursday at the annual conference of North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture with the organization’s Educator Award.
Graduate students looking for a master’s degree in mechanical engineering now have another option. Tarleton State University will introduce this fall the first semester of a new program offered by the Department of Mechanical, Environmental and Civil Engineering.
Four Tarleton State University rodeo team members were part of the championship round of the College National Finals on Saturday night in Casper, Wyo.
Applications for Texas Reskilling Support Fund Grants are being accepted for Tarleton State University undergraduate students enrolling for the fall 2021 semester.
Tarleton State University steer wrestler Walt Arnold had another good round Tuesday, posting a 5.2-second time in the second round of the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo.
Tarleton State University is on the grow, setting enrollment records for the fourth consecutive term, adding academic programs to meet regional market demand, and creating the best spaces for students to learn, discover and live.
Tarleton State University steer wrestler Walt Arnold flashed a 6.1-second time for sixth place in his first action Monday at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo.