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Odessa Campus

Tony Domenech

Welcome to the Odessa campus of the TTUHSC School of Allied Health Sciences. The Odessa campus provides a premier learning environment for the Allied Health Sciences students with state of the art classrooms, laboratories, computer resources, and student support areas ranking among the finest within the State of Texas . Students at the Odessa campus are provided an educational structure for classroom and laboratory instruction by on-site faculty supported by a distance education format linking the faculty among the Odessa, Amarillo, and Lubbock campuses.

Odessa is known as the "City of Contrasts " and is located in the heart of the Permian Basin midway between Ft. Worth and El Paso , Texas . The region is rich with natural resources enabling the ranching and oil industry to flourish throughout the years. The climate in Odessa is mild and semi-arid. The low humidity and cooler evenings provide very comfortable living conditions for the more than 240,000 residents of the Permian Basin area. The Odessa/Midland area provides a number of cultural and recreational activities including museums, productions at the infamous Globe Theatre, the Confederate Air force, professional hockey and minor-league baseball. Other activities including fishing, snow skiing, hunting, and hiking can be accessed with only a few hours drive from Odessa .

The Odessa Health Sciences Center campus also includes a School of Medicine and a School of Nursing. The School of Allied Health Sciences and the Health Sciences Center have tremendous community support with a designated Advisory Council comprised of over thirty highly involved and influential area volunteers. The area is also the home of two community colleges and a four-year university.

I invite you to contact us at (432) 335-5360, or e-mail our Admissions and Student Affairs if you have any questions regarding the Odessa School of Allied Health Sciences or our programs.

  • Our Doctor of Physical Therapy program on the Odessa campus is not approved to admit F-1 visa students at this time.
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