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Texas Woman's University

Texas Woman's University is a Public, 4 Years+ school located in Denton, TX. The 2019 average net price at Texas Woman's University is $9,324. Acceptance rate is 86.80%. The school has a total enrollment of 15,518.


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Location: Denton, TX
Student Body: 15,518
Education Type: 4 Years+
Funding: Public
Campus Type: Urban
Web Site: www.twu.edu
Acceptance Rate: 86.80%

Admission Details

Key Admissions DetailsAdmissions Deadlines, Start Dates
  • Acceptance Rate: 86.80%
  • Application Deadline: June 1, 2021
  • International Students: < 1%
  • Application Fee: $50
Tuition and FeesYearly Tuition and Other Fees
In State Tuition: $5,268
Out of State/International Tuition: $15,228
In State Grad Tuition: $4,852
Out of State Grad Tuition: $12,322
Room and Board: $8,420
Books and Supplies: $1,050
Other Fees: $2,528
Net Price In-District/State: $9,324
Net Price Out-of-State: n/a
Student Body DataIncoming Class Data
  • Most Recent Incoming Class: 1,244
  • Men / Women Ratio: 104 / 1,140
  • Median SAT Verbal Range: 490 - 590
  • Median SAT Math Range: 480 - 570
  • Median ACT Range: 17 - 17
International Student DataInformation for International Students
  • Minimum TOEFL Score: n/a
  • Minimum IETLS Score: 6.5
  • % of International Students: < 1%
  • International Testing: Required
  • Total International Students: 2
Required DocumentsTranscripts and Recommendations
  • High School Transcript: Required
  • Recommendations: Not Considered
  • Admissions Tests Scores: Required
  • Portfolio: Not Considered

Top 5 Popular Programs

  • Health Professions: 33%
  • Business, Management, Marketing: 14%
  • Library Science: 9%
  • Interdisciplinary Studies: 7%
  • Liberal Arts and Sciences: 6%

Academic Programs

Texas Woman's University offers 141 Total Programs in Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate, Certificate Degree Levels. The most popular area of study for students are degrees in Health Professions. Choose an area to explore below to see detailed degree programs at each degree level.
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Bachelor's Degree ProgramsTexas Woman's University offers 43 Bachelor's Degree Programs
Biological, Biomedical Science
Business, Management, Marketing
Computer Science
English Literature
Health Professions
History
Human Sciences
Interdisciplinary Studies
Legal Studies
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Mathematics and Statistics
Parks, Leisure Studues
Personal/Culinary Services
Physical Sciences
Protective Services
Psychology
Public Admin, Social Services
Social Sciences
Visual and Performing Arts
Master's Degree ProgramsTexas Woman's University offers 44 Master's Degree Programs
Biological, Biomedical Science
Business, Management, Marketing
Computer Science
Education
English Literature
Ethnic, Gender Studies
Health Professions
History
Human Sciences
Interdisciplinary Studies
Library Science
Mathematics and Statistics
Parks, Leisure Studues
Physical Sciences
Psychology
Public Admin, Social Services
Social Sciences
Visual and Performing Arts
Doctorate Degree ProgramsTexas Woman's University offers 21 Doctorate Degree Programs
Biological, Biomedical Science
Education
English Literature
Ethnic, Gender Studies
Health Professions
Human Sciences
Interdisciplinary Studies
Library Science
Parks, Leisure Studues
Psychology
Social Sciences
Visual and Performing Arts
Certificate ProgramsTexas Woman's University offers 22 Certificate Programs
Business, Management, Marketing
Computer Science
Education
Ethnic, Gender Studies
Health Professions
Library Science
Parks, Leisure Studues
Social Sciences

Demographics & Outcomes

Graduation and RetentionGraduation and retention information
  • Graduation Rate Within 150% of Time: 36%
  • Graduation Rate Within 200% of Time: 45%
  • 1st Year Retention: 78%
  • Post Graduation Salary: $45,900
Student Body DemographicsDiversity and Age Data
  • Total Students: 15,518
  • White, non-Hispanic Students: 42%
  • Hispanic Students: 25%
  • Black Students: 17%
  • Asian Students: 9%
  • Two or more races: 3%
  • Non-resident, alien: 2%
  • Unknown: 1%
  • American Indian, Alaska Native Students: <1%
  • Native Hawaiian, Pacific Isl. Students: <1%