One source of our University’s strength is its diversity. Contrasts create learning experiences beyond the classroom, and our students have the opportunity to engage in high-impact learning practices such as study abroad. Our students come to Ruston from 47 states and 64 foreign countries. Partnerships with large and small companies enrich students’ learning experiences and increase their chances of finding great jobs in Louisiana and beyond.
Our studios, labs, and classrooms are places of innovation, where students work side-by-side with faculty members to achieve excellence.
From the minute you step foot on campus, you’ll see how special it is to be a member of the Tech Family. Schedule a tour to see our campus today.
Project-based first-year engineering course series is put to test under COVID restrictions, comes out victorious
One of the biggest questions during the COVID pandemic has been how educational institutions should proceed, and colleges such as Louisiana Tech University have faced the challenge of operating while also following CDC guidelines, an especially difficult task for a school dominated by majors that require hands-on experience such as engineering.
The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) honored Dr. John Matthews, director of Louisiana Tech’s Trenchless Technology Center and associate professor of civil engineering and construction engineering technology at the University, Lynn Osborn, Trenchless Technology Center board member, and James Barbera, former TTC board member, at the 2021 No-Dig Show.
Grants provided to the Louisiana Tech Nursing program through the alliance have provided more opportunities for students to gain a broader perspective on their field.
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