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Why TEXAS WOMAN'S

Texas Woman’s is a public university known for its contributions and leadership in the fields of nursing, education, the health care professions, nutrition, the arts and sciences and business.

#1

in DFW for graduate earnings vs cost

6th

place ranking (tied) among US universities for diversity

49%

of all new undergrads are transfers

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Your Investment

A quality education should be affordable and accessible. We offer more than $15 million in scholarships annually, and many financial aid options are available for first-year students, including grants, loans and part-time campus jobs.

2nd

place ranking in Texas by Economist magazine for maximizing student earning potential

23%

lower cost than national average for public universities

$15000000

in scholarships offered annually

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Quality Programs

TWU students have the opportunity to learn and work with faculty members who pursue leading research in their fields. Our students present research at regional, national and international conferences; win prestigious awards; and achieve major internships at companies across the U.S.

18:1

student to faculty ratio

92%

pass rate on nursing licensure exam

94%

pass rate on teacher certification exam

Check out our programs

We offer a large variety of programs in several formats. We have over 75 different programs with 91 undergraduate and graduate degrees. And a number of our programs are offered online or in a hybrid format with some face-to-face and some online components.

A place to succeed

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Christina Rohmer

As a biology student, Christina took part in undergraduate research with faculty, studied abroad at Harlaxton College in the U.K. and contributed to two publications while participating in the UC Denver Cancer Research Summer Fellowship Program. Christina plans to study cancer immunology and biotechnology at the University of Nottingham in England.

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Kwentoria Williams

As a Healthcare Administration graduate student and TWU Experiential Student Scholar, Kwentoria researched how community health workers can advocate for the communities they serve and interned with US Rep. Al Green. She now works as healthcare liaison and social media coordinator in his Houston district office with hopes to influence health policy.

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Sandra Samy Awad

Sandra, a senior airman in the U.S. Air Force Reserves, graduated in 2017 with a B.S. in Health Studies. She chose TWU because of the many leadership opportunities available to our students and our military-friendly focus. At Texas Woman’s, Sandra served as a TWU ambassador and a G Force mentor , inspiring high schoolers to go to college.

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Denton: a great place to live and learn

24/7 Wall St. ranks Denton 7th among the 25 Best College Towns in the country.

And while Denton is a great college town, it's not just a college town, according to neighborhoods.com.