Study at Texas CollegeThe main campus of Texas College is in Tyler, TX (a small city). The school is a Christian Methodist Episcopal institution. Texas College is a private, not-for-profit school. The school offers degrees up to the Post-Baccalaureate certificate.
Texas College students most commonly major in a field related to science and business and management.
Texas College Selectivity
The school admits all qualified candidates under its open-admission policy.
Texas College offers tenure to reward and retain some professors.
In 2007, the school had 774 enrolled students. Texas College has a larger minority student population than most schools.
Many students at the school live in campus housing. Texas College makes available a lot of student housing. Meal plans are available. Student athletes at Texas College belong to the Central States Football League and Red River Athletic Conference for major sports. The school takes athletics seriously enough to offer athletic financial aid to a significant portion of its students.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"Texas College is a residential and coeducational four-year, liberal arts, historically black college awarding baccalaureate and associate degrees. It was founded in 1894 by a group of ministers interested in offering a quality education to African American youth. Texas College operates under the auspices of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. The College has an open admissions policy that permits it to serve a broad-based traditional and non-traditional student clientele. Its mission is to ensure that graduates experience a balanced intellectual, psycho-social, and spiritual development aimed at making them active and productive members of society. The College pursues academic excellence; instills integrity; implants perseverance; promotes social responsibility; emphasizes tolerance; and encourages community service by its students as essential anchors in fulfilling its mission in an ever-changing world. The College recognizes the dynamic nature of the modern world and, hence, the need to integrate faith with technological and scientific advancements to improve the human condition. "
Texas College Programs and Degrees
2404 N. Grand Avenue
Tyler, TX 75702