In 1998, Texas Tech University Hospitality Services (TTHS) had department revenues of around $8.2 million. Today, it's more than $32 million and is budgeted for $37 million next fiscal year. That record was achieved while enrollment grew only about 25 percent, and the size of the residential population grew not at all. In other words, all that growth was real, achieved through identifying and then meeting the dining needs of 32,000 students — fourth-fifths of them ...

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