Take a tour of our rich history and bright future

If you have yet to hear, construction is underway for the new Tarleton State University Fort Worth location! The campus will be located along Chisolm Trail Parkway on 80 acres donated by the Walton Group of Companies. While Tarleton has had a presence in Forth Worth for over 40 years, a single building of its … Continue reading Take a tour of our rich history and bright future

Student Spotlight

Kody Lamb is an Edmonton, Alberta, Canada native who originally came to Tarleton on a rodeo scholarship in 2013. He soon began to pursue his graduate degree in Applied Psychology and is the first one in his family to attain a master’s degree. He was on the TSU rodeo team for three years, and recently has … Continue reading Student Spotlight

Writing Scholarship Essays

Determining what scholarship committees seek in a winning essay may seem like a puzzle. One thing is certain: To have a chance at the funds, you have to write well. Beyond being well-written, your essay must be compelling, persuasive, and expressive.  So what are the components of a winning essay? Here are a few tips … Continue reading Writing Scholarship Essays

Purple Thursday!

Lathes Towns is in love with purple. "I wake up with a smile on my face when I know it is Purple Thursday," she stated in a recent conversation. Purple Thursday is a weekly tradition at Tarleton with roots deep in Tarleton history. But how did Purple Thursday get started, and what is the significance … Continue reading Purple Thursday!

The COGS Connection

In this newsletter… Motivational Quote. Graduate Level Humor. Career Development Tip. Women in the Academy Conference. Gateway to Goals Webinar Series. Spring 2018 Graduation News. Give us your feedback! Quote of the Week “All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.” – Charles M. Schulz Graduate Level Humor Career Development … Continue reading The COGS Connection

The COGS Connection

In this newsletter… Motivational Quote. Graduate Level Humor. Comprehensive Exam Deadline. GA Opportunity. Holocaust Speaker Event. Writing Mentor tool for Google Docs. Learn self-defense. 40 Years of Counseling. Give us your feedback! Quote of the Week “Expect problems and eat them for breakfast.” – Alfred A. Montapert Graduate Level Humor Comprehensive Exam Results Attention faculty: Comps are … Continue reading The COGS Connection

The COGS Connection

In this newsletter… Motivational Quote. Graduate Level Humor. Dean's Message. Tarleton's MBA Ranks Nationally. John Tarleton, Oscar P, and More! Give us your feedback! Upcoming Deadline. Quote of the Week “One kind word can warm three winter months.” – Japanese proverb Graduate Level Humor Dean's Message COGS Dean Dr. Barry Lambert shares a welcome as we … Continue reading The COGS Connection

Dean’s Message

Welcome! I hope that each of you had a restful and refreshing winter break. As you begin a new semester, I hope that you will take time to meet both your classmates and your professors. Our faculty and staff are fully committed to your success. Use them as a resource to help guide your path … Continue reading Dean’s Message

The COGS Connection

In this newsletter… Motivational Quote. Graduate Level Humor. Congratulations, graduates! New Year, New You Extravaganza! Grad Student Volunteers Needed. Tarleton Holiday Schedule. Student Spotlight. Give us your feedback! Quote of the Week “What you do today can improve all your tomorrows.” – Ralph Marston Graduate Level Humor Congratulations, graduates! Photo credit: Leah Bartelt (lbartelt@tarleton.edu) Congratulations to … Continue reading The COGS Connection

Student Spotlight

Dylon Conner is a Portland, Oregon, native who grew up in Austin, Texas. He attended McNeil High School where he became involved in the school band and Junior ROTC. Aspiring to become a military officer, Dylon joined the Army National Guard in 2010 and was promoted to the rank of sergeant by 2014. A Tarleton … Continue reading Student Spotlight