Within the last week bomb scares were called in at universities in North Dakota, Texas, Ohio and Louisiana.
"You can't let these calls that have gone around whether they are related or not you cant let these calls desensitize you," said Cook.
Chris Cook, Texas Tech Director of Communications said the university is looking at the incidents from last week and using them to improve their own system.
"It is a chance for you to re-evaluate your plan or constantly evaluate your plan," Cook said. "So it is important that we pay attention, attention to how others respond, how they react, then we go and look at our plan."
Cook said the only way to ensure absolute safety is to take every call seriously, no matter what has been going on at other places.
"Our number one goal is the safety of our community," Cook said. "So you can't brush off any threat. You have to look into it you have to take it seriously until you are able to verify it is a true threat or verify it is false."
We spoke with some students today, all saying they feel safe on tech's campus.
"I still feel pretty safe," Brittany Manly said. "I feel like the administration, if they got a threat that they thought was actually a danger, they would evacuate us."
But some think the university can do more to prepare the campus in case of an attack.
"I think that they [students] should know more about it," Kaylen Bolton said. "You know what to do in case there is something, because chaos happens when people don't know what to do if something big happens."
The university does have a messaging system called Tech Alert which can send warnings by text, email and calls on your phone.
Cook said students and parents can go online to emergency.ttu.edu to sign up for the emergency notifications.