Texas Woman's University

304 Administration Dr, Denton, TX
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Questions and Answers about Texas Woman's University

Tania A.
4 months ago
Are Texas Woman's University scholarships based on merit or financial need?
Taell-Elyse A.
4 months ago
Will students be able to study abroad this coming year?
Ashley P.
5 months ago
Is it possible to have a dorm roommate of my choosing?
Qousain K.
5 months ago
If I am a graduate student, will I have access to the REC Center?
Katherine R.
6 months ago
Does Texas Woman's University have a public database of previously transferred courses that have been accepted?
Cesia L.
6 months ago
Is it required to live on campus my first year?
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Majors offered at Texas Woman's University

Biggest majors
Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other

Academics at Texas Woman's University

970-1160
SAT Score Range
400
1600
Required with application
17-23
ACT Score Range
1
36
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
16 to 1
Selectivity
Least Selective (87% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Public 4-year institution

Demographics for Texas Woman's University Students

Ethnicity BreakdownAsianBlackCaucasianHispanicMiddle EasternNative AmericanPacific Islander
Texas Woman's University Students10%23%26%47%2%2%1%
All Bold.org College Students11%21%37%25%2%2%1%
Gender breakdown
Texas Woman's University Students
93%
Male
Female
< 3% Gender nonconforming
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Common careers for Texas Woman's University students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Family Nurse Practitioner (NP)102k
Operations Manager71k
Physical Therapist (PT)70k
Occupational Therapist (OT)68k
Senior Accountant67k
Registered Dietitian59k
Human Resources (HR) Manager59k
Based on 6,048 student responses
48.6kAvg. Early Career Pay
80.1kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
68%in High-Meaning careers
4%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Texas Woman's University

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Student reviews of Texas Woman's University

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100% of students

Known for

Beautiful campus
Safe campus
LGBTQ+ friendly
Awesome study spaces and libraries
Diverse and Inclusive

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

It’s amazing

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Not at the moment

Mikayla Gomez
Volleyball
Education
Criminal Justice

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

All of it, I took my best friend to orientation, and now she wants to go too!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Everything is good but look through everything, especially the program you want to get in just to make sure you have everything.

Albertine McGill
Travel And Tourism
Makeup and Beauty
Cleaning
Cooking + 1 other

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I love everything about TWU! Everyone I talk to I recommend TWU because the teachers are so helpful and supportive. I feel so secure in my major and have job security even though I haven't applied for a job. From the advisors to the teacher, you will always have someone to talk to and guide you.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

There is nothing to not like about TWU, everything about it is great.

4.0

WHAT I LIKED

It is mostly a commuter campus so the social aspect is hard. I have also only attended during covid times, so unsure of how it was before

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Large class sizes but that help make it affordable

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

I genuinely love TWU. It is so different from what I've heard about other schools from people. They're amazing at their efforts in acceptance and inclusion, there's a heavy emphasis on recognizing identity and succeeding despite differences. They've also done well at managing the effects of the pandemic. There are a good number of student organizations and events. The retail dining locations on campus are great. The freshman housing, Parliament Village is the newest and everything works the best. I'm currently in Stark and it's okay, obviously being much much older. They do well with safety for the most part. There are emergency poles across campus you can call to be escorted if you ever feel unsafe. For dorms, you have to scan your ID to get into the building. In the freshman dorms, you also have to scan your ID to use the elevator or stairs from the first floor. In Stark, the only doors you can access with your ID are on the side where the front desk is so they watch everyone that comes in and out.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

The dining hall is okay, the food tastes good for the most part but I have heard that some people have gotten food poisoning. I've also heard from a gluten-free friend that the options for them are very limited and even then there's contamination and they would sometimes get sick. As for other dorms, I currently live in Stark. It's okay considering its age. Appliances such as showerheads and sinks are oddly low so if you're tall, that may be an issue. There are also frequently issues involving the washers and dryers. In addition, there are a lot of wasps. I mostly stay in my dorm so I can speak for Stark and say there are a lot of surrounding and frequently inside of the building. Parking is also an issue. If you live in the dorms it's hard to find close parking especially if you come back late at night.

Dayanara Limon
Drawing And Illustration
Painting and Studio Art
Volleyball
Music + 9 others

5.0

WHAT I LIKED

people wise- everyone I’ve met so far is really nice, it’s mostly just girls attending so I really like the vibes, it makes me feel safe! campus wise- I love the campus, I love the scenery and how accessible and organized everything is, they have quite a bit of plant life for a big college school/staff wise- I really like the staff, it’s only my second semester but I haven’t met a single staff who hasn’t been able to help me out with whatever I needed everything is within your reach and if you ever need help with anything advisors are very helpful and flexible the classes can get a bit big (depending on the course) so it does make it hard to ask teacher questions but classmates are always down to help you out! overall I think it’s really a great college when it comes both to social and academic environments!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I commute and the drive is quite far. However, I haven’t encountered any problems that have made me dislike TWU in any type of way

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