Create a Lasting Legacy at Texas Tech
Planned gifts from our alumni and friends are crucial investments in the future of our institutions and provide an opportunity for you to leave a lasting legacy for the Texas Tech University System.
By including Texas Tech in your estate plans, you ensure that our institutions continue to grow and impact generations of future students. Gifts may be unrestricted to benefit the entire Texas Tech University System or may be designated to support the area of your choice at Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center or Angelo State University.
Beginning Your Gift Plan
Include Texas Tech in your estate plans using one of the following planned gifts:
- Designation Gifts
The easiest gift to make, designation gifts name Texas Tech as the beneficiary of your will, retirement account, annuity or other account.
- Annuity Gifts
Give and get back with an annuity gift that supports the program of your choosing today and enables you to receive a guaranteed income for life.
- Charitable Trusts
Support your alma mater and receive valuable tax benefits while continuing to provide for yourself or your loved one.
- Property Gifts
Share your assets by making a gift of real estate, securities or other property as part of your legacy to the Texas Tech University System.
The Matador Society
Born out of our earliest traditions, the name matador has become synonymous with Texas Tech. Recognizing alumni and friends who continue the tradition of investing in Texas Tech, the Matador Society honors our donors who have made a planned gift of any amount to provide for the future of the Texas Tech University System and its institutions.
Membership in the Matador Society is granted to any individual who shares documentation of their planned gift, no matter the amount of the gift or the age of the individual. GIfts may be unrestricted to benefit the entire Texas Tech University System or may be designated to support an area of your choice.
To share your gift plan with us and become a member of the Matador Society, please contact us.
For more information about making a planned gift to Texas Tech, please contact:
Byron Fielding Kennedy