Texas Target Communities is a service learning outreach program of the College of Architecture and the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning at Texas A&M University.

For over 25 years, faculty and students have been working alongside local governments and community stakeholders to create sustainable communities across Texas. 

Similar Programs

Taking cues from numerous university- and extension- based programs around the United States, the updated TTC program seeks to be a collaborative effort between members of the Texas A&M University System and other state agencies established to support the improvement of Texas communities.

Working with AgriLife

TTC has established a co-principal partnership with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, which seeks to  improve the lives of people as well as the health of  businesses and communities across Texas. By partnering with AgriLife Extension, TTC can provide planning expertise to the valuable training, research, and assistance already offered by a network of AgriLife Extension professionals. Together, AgriLife Extension and TTC can accelerate the synergy that produces healthy, prosperous, sustainable, and equitable communities.