Texas Wesleyan University

1201 Wesleyan St, Fort Worth, TX
4-year
Small
Urban
Christian college

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Majors offered at Texas Wesleyan University

Biggest majors
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
Psychology, General
Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education

Academics at Texas Wesleyan University

930-1100
SAT Score Range
400
1600
Required with application
20-24
ACT Score Range
1
36
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
15 to 1
Selectivity
Somewhat Selective (36% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Non-profit Private 4-year institution

Texas Wesleyan University demographics

35% White
25% Hispanic
17% Black
7% Multiracial
3% Asian
1% Native
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Common careers for Texas Wesleyan University students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)172k
Human Resources (HR) Director102k
Practice Administrator70k
Human Resources (HR) Manager59k
Program Director, Non-Profit46k
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization40k
Volunteer Coordinator39k
Based on 847 student responses
44.3kAvg. Early Career Pay
80.1kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
58%in High-Meaning careers
4%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Texas Wesleyan University

Texas Wesleyan University financial aid

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Student reviews of Texas Wesleyan University

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Recommended by

80% of students

Known for

Good work-study options
Diverse and Inclusive
Accessible and helpful professors
Awesome study spaces and libraries
LGBTQ+ friendly
Elizabeth Nelson
Photography and Photo Editing
Music

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I love the diversity. Professors that care about you. How easy it is to get involved.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Student parking sucks. It’s cramped, small, so far away.

Anaiah Rodriguez Rodriguez
Psychology
Social Media
Babysitting And Childcare

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

I liked the small classes and how easy it is to develop a relationship with your professors. They are always available for questions. The workload is not too overwhelming pretty average. The quality of education is also pretty good.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Lack of food options and lack of party scene. No one seems to have any school spirit.

Alyssa Hurt
Softball

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

Small classrooms, easy to talk to teachers, easy to make friends.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Awful food, poor wifi, small dorm, poor services.

Brooklynn Rowe
Business And Entrepreneurship
Psychology
Swimming
Art + 18 others

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I believe that anybody who enjoys a one-on-one experience with professors would enjoy this campus due to the 15-1 student-to-teacher ratio. It is also easy to get involved on campus and be a part of organizations or even create your own!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I think students need to be aware of how small the campus is and how fast "news" spreads.

EmmaLeigh Nelson
Coding And Computer Science
Drawing And Illustration
Writing
Cosplay + 4 others

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I like the sense of community among the students, regardless of year/status level. I also love the fact that the classes are no more than twenty people in a room, meaning that the professors can have more one-on-one time with a student if they are struggling and they are always available easily through office hours out of the classroom.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I don't really like the lack of vegetarian options as it is hard for me to find something that I can eat on campus if I don't bring my own food from home. Another thing that I don't really like are the extra fees if you're a commuter, and when asked, the Financial Aid office does not explain what those fees are.

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