Texas Tech University Center At Junction

Texas Tech University Center at Junction is an official off campus teaching site of Texas Tech University in Junction, Texas. It hosts undergraduate and graduate courses in an intensive three-week period format from May through July. Additionally, an Intersession is held in May; this allows students to earn up to three hours of credit between the spring the summer sessions. These courses are taught by Texas Tech University faculty members who either travel to Junction or teach via videoconferencing.

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