The Texas Woman’s University food pantry won second place and a $500 cash prize in the 2016 NestFresh Cares Cash Contest. The national competition awarded cash prizes to two U.S. non-profits in support of each organization’s outstanding charitable efforts.
More than 150 Texas Woman's University students spent their final day of winter break participating in service projects throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex on Monday, Jan. 16.
The Texas Woman’s University Department of Dance presents its first alumni concert Jan. 26-27 in the Dance Studio Theatre, located on the TWU Denton campus. The adjudicated dance concert will feature the choreography of TWU Department of Dance alumni and coincides with the master of arts and master of fine arts dance auditions.
Classes at the Texas Woman’s University Community Dance Center return this spring with opportunities for children, teens and adults to explore the art of dance with professionally trained instructors.
Texas Women’s University, Houston, will host an open house for potential transfer and graduate students from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, at the university’s Institute of Health Sciences-Houston Center, located in the Texas Medical Center at 6700 Fannin St.
Texas Woman’s University will host Pioneer Preview Day — an open house event for potential first-year students — beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 21 on the university’s Denton campus.
The City of Denton will close Bell Avenue between College Street and Administration Drive to both north and southbound through traffic through Jan. 24 to install a water line for future university needs, as well as a new crosswalk TWU has requested for our students. Weather permitting, work is expected to be complete by Jan. 24.
Texas Woman’s University is No. 1 in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for graduates' earnings versus cost, according to the Dallas Business Journal. The article, which cites data from the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard, states that Texas Woman's students graduate with median earnings of $44,600 with an attendance cost of $16,846. This gives TWU an earnings-to-cost ratio of 2.65:1, meaning that students earn about $2.65 for every dollar spent to attend for a year.
Texas Woman’s University alumna Nancy B. Moody, president of Tusculum College, has been elected chair of the Board of Trustees of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. She is the first female elected to this position.
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