We've been doing great things at Texas Wesleyan for 125 years - and we're just getting started.
We think smaller at Texas Wesleyan. Smaller means we're teaching students to think for themselves in small classes. Smaller means we're sized to prepare students for graduate school or a professional career. Smaller means our faculty really does transform the lives of students. We might be smaller, but isn't that smarter?
And smaller means the bill, too. Texas Wesleyan does all this at a lower price than other top-tier, private universities. Couple this with excellent scholarship programs and financial aid, too, and you'll see why we're a top-tier value.
Texas Wesleyan has about 1,500 undergraduates studying in programs like business, biology, mass communication and criminal justice at its campus in urban Fort Worth, the country's fastest-growing city. We have schools in Arts & Letters, Business Administration, Education and Natural & Social Sciences.