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Texas Tech University

3601 fourth street STOP 6238

Lubbock, Texas, 79430

United States

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About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

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http://lubbockonline.com/stories/080509/loc_477746378.shtml

The new benefits include a housing stipend, a book allowance and direct payment agreements between the government and colleges to ease the burden on students, said Debra Crosby, assistant registrar and veteran coordinator at Tech.
The bill, which doesn't require soldiers to pay into the program like previous versions, has boosted numbers of applicants and encouraged advisers like Crosby looking for more students to take advantage of the federal funds. At Tech, there's been a 20 percent increase in applications so far, but because the Post 9/11 bill was just made available on Saturday, Crosby said that number could increase as more soldiers get a chance to look into the program. "In the past, people haven't taken advantage of the GI Bill like they're supposed to," she said. "We'll see how it increases." Crosby said students can apply online for their certification but have to make a visit to the VA office at their school to finalize paperwork for the program. Debra Crosby, an assistant registrar at Texas Tech who assists veterans of the armed forces, has seen an increase in applications for college benefits via the GI Bill. Debra Crosby Assistant registrar and veteran coordinator at Texas Tech


http://lisd.lubbockonline.com/stories/100709/loc_501863164.shtml

Tech added staff to handle around 120 new veterans signed up for fall classes, said Debra Crosby, assistant registrar and veteran coordinator at Tech.
The university now has 446 former servicemen and servicewomen enrolled. New, more generous education benefits for the military, nearby veterans services and a military-friendly reputation helped recruit more to Tech, she said. "We offer a personal approach," Crosby said of Tech's appeal to veterans. Nearby access to veterans affairs clinics and other services help recruit military students, Crosby said.


http://lubbockonline.com/stories/080409/loc_477636575.shtml

The new benefits include a housing stipend, a book allowance and direct payment agreements between the government and colleges to ease the burden on students, said Debra Crosby, assistant registrar and veteran coordinator at Tech.
The bill, which doesn't require soldiers to pay into the program like previous versions, has boosted numbers of applicants and encouraged advisers like Crosby looking for more students to take advantage of the federal funds. At Tech, there's been a 20 percent increase in applications so far, but because the Post 9/11 bill was just made available on Saturday, Crosby said that number could increase as more soldiers get a chance to look into the program. "In the past, people haven't taken advantage of the GI Bill like they're supposed to," she said. "We'll see how it increases." Crosby said students can apply online for their certification but have to make a visit to the VA office at their school to finalize paperwork for the program.


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