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Student driver texting and driving with another student in the car.

The State of Texas has passed a new law; it is now illegal to text and drive. Learn more about the restrictions, consequences and how you can keep yourself and others safe. 

Student viewing Student Success Collaborative platform

We are now offering a new system to connect students to campus resources, the Student Success Collaborative. Key features include:

  • Access and print your schedule-at-a-glance
  • Email the Academic Advising Center and/or faculty members
Female student at graduation

Tarleton State University awarded 562 degrees during the August 2017 commencement ceremonies. Check out the graduation experience through graduates' social media posts!

Texan Rider wooden desktop wallpaper

Show your Tarleton spirit by downloading our mobile and desktop wallpapers. There are a variety for you to choose from!

Students and Dr. Dottavio holding texan Allsup's cup in front of Allsup's building

Texans, refills in your Texan Rider cup are only $1.00! Stop by an Allsup's and get one today.

Student with Texan Card and App store icons

Check out the new EASY way to add Texan Bucks to your Texan Card using "GET" funds. Download the app and add funds to your Texan Card at any time!

What to expect from Tarleton parking this fall semester

The total number of parking spaces on campus, and the total number of parking permits have increased since this time last year. According to Tarleton police, this year there are 5,750 spaces on campus compared to 5,450 last year. The number of permits are up as well; from 3,077 to 4,963, which is an increase of 1,886. 

"New lots have come on line and some lots came off for construction, but the net result is a gain in parking spaces," says Shelly Conboy-Brown, Tarleton's Associate Director of Parking and Transportation Services. 

"We encourage students to try remote lots like the Baseball Stadium lots and temporary lots at First Baptist Church Paradigm Ministry and Timber Ridge Church to eliminate frustration for the first few weeks of school. Hunting for a parking spot can be time consuming and we recommend parking and riding instead," says Chief Matt Welch, Tarleton's Chief of Police. 

Read the full Texan News article for more information. 

If you have any questions or concerns regarding parking, contact Parking Services.

Are you overwhelmed? Concerned about someone? Need to report something? Get help now.

Current student Katelyn Vinson smiling by the John Tarleton Statue
My favorite tradition at Tarleton is all of homecoming week, I love it because of the memories that are made. Every year the memories are always different even though homecoming is all traditions.

Katelyn Vinson