Online Texas Colleges and Schools or Related Programs

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Texas Colleges and Schools

The Lone Star State does everything bigger, and education is no exception. Texans know that higher learning is their ticket to a big future. When it comes to options for personal growth, postsecondary schools abound throughout the state. The state offers everything from large public and private universities to small career colleges and technical schools.

The University of Texas system holds its main campus in Austin. The system consists of 9 universities and 6 health institutions. The University of Texas has earned more Big 12 NCAA titles in men’s and women’s sports than any other school. There are 48,000 students at the Austin campus alone and 900 registered student organizations.

The Texas A&M University system also knows how to do things big. More than 100,000 students attend the school's 9 universities, 7 state agencies and comprehensive health science center. The main campus is located in College Station and enrolls about 45,000 students. The university ranks first in both state funding and institutional funding for research.

The Texas State University system provides an affordable education for Texans. The system is comprised of 9 colleges located mostly in the southern part of the state. Each school has its own specialty. For instance, Lamar University provides a nationally certified deaf education program and is the largest graduate program of its kind in Texas.

If you want an education with huge prospects, but you aren’t interested in attending a huge school, Texas has tons of options. There are many two-year and community colleges and dozens of career colleges and religious-affiliated liberal arts colleges.

Texas Colleges

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