Texas Woman's University
Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is the largest public university in the nation primarily for women and has an enrollment of approximately 15,000 students on campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston. Since its founding in 1901, TWU has produced more than 100,000 graduates in fields vital to the growth and quality of life in Texas and the nation, including nursing, health care, education and business.
- Ranked #2 among 38 Texas public universities in salaries for baccalaureate graduates
- Median first-year earnings of graduates are almost 20% higher than the Texas state average
- Ranked in the top 10 nationally for diversity by U.S. News & World Report with a 57% undergraduate minority enrollment
The university also has earned an outstanding reputation for scholarship, leadership and service. TWU prides itself on offering women and men a quality education that prepares graduates for the workforce or graduate school. The university’s facilities, advanced technology and teaching tools mirror the workplace and improve learning.
TWU continues to keep higher education accessible by offering affordable tuition and fees and awarding more than $10 million in scholarships annually. Notable TWU alumni include public officials, health care leaders, presidents and administrators in higher and secondary education, artists, musicians, actresses, writers and more, including: best-selling author Anne Rice, publishing icon Helen Gurley Brown, Olympic Gold field medalist Louise Ritter and President of Texas Harris Health Methodist Hospital Lillie Biggins.