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The Fall 2018 commencement video is here! Check out the most recent graduates of Tarleton State University.

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Check out our new Virtual Tour and learn more about the campus.

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

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The Department of Fine Arts will be offering a minor in Music Business this fall! Learn about how this minor can pair with your major.

Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM), a movement to raise awareness about sexual violence and to educate communities on how to prevent it. Be sure to keep up with the calendar to attend all the events to learn more about Sexual Violence and learn what you can do to prevent it. For more information about sexual assault, visit our resources page


Sexual Assault Awareness Month Kickoff -- April 2nd from 11 AM to 2 PM -- TSC Dining Patio: Stop by to learn more about SAAM, grab some freebies, snap a photo or two and learn how to be a part of the solution to violence.

Guest Speaker -- April 9th from 6 PM to 8 PM -- TSC Ballrooms: CL Lindsay presents “Sex and the Law” addressing consent, sexting, STD transmission, voyeurism and more. Sponsored by: Student Involvement and Family Relations

Stop the Silence -- April 11th at 5:30 PM -- Cowboy Capital Plaza: Hear local speakers, speak up for survivors and show your commitment.

Sponsored by: Erath County agencies serving victims of violence

Denim Day -- April 24th: Denim day is an international protest against misconceptions about violence. Wear your jeans, support survivors. Learn more about Denim Day.

Teal Tuesday -- April 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30th: How does wearing teal solve violence? It doesn't. Not by itself, anyway. What it can be is an attention-grabber, a conversation starter or an invitation to chat. When we turn campus teal, people wonder what it’s about. They read, they listen and they learn. Show us how you’re wearing your teal this April, and spread the word about keeping our communities safe.

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