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Colleges in Texas

Many of the colleges and universities in Texas are located in the cities of Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, El Paso, Corpus Christi and the state capital – Austin. Two of the state’s publicly funded universities – the University of Texas—Austin and its former rival Texas A&M University—College Station – are among the largest universities in the country, with each enrolling about 40,000 undergraduate students. In addition to large research universities, Texas is home to many midsize colleges, small liberal arts schools and several notable private colleges and universities.

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School Rank Tuition and Fees Undergrad Enrollment Acceptance Rate Average High School GPA SAT/ACT 75th Percentile
University of Texas--El Paso

El Paso, TX

RNP, National Universities $7,018

(in-state)

$17,639

(out-of-state)

19,217 99.81%
University of Texas--Pan American

Edinburg, TX

#75, Regional Universities (West) $6,134

(in-state)

$16,892

(out-of-state)

16,966 62.17%
University of Texas--San Antonio

San Antonio, TX

RNP, National Universities $8,737

(in-state)

$19,454

(out-of-state)

25,979 73.27%
University of Texas--Tyler

Tyler, TX

#66, Regional Universities (West) $7,222

(in-state)

$17,752

(out-of-state)

5,239 79.52%
University of the Incarnate Word

San Antonio, TX

#71, Regional Universities (West) $24,790 6,404 94.13%
Wayland Baptist University

Plainview, TX

RNP, Regional Universities (West) $15,430 1,385 96.58%
West Texas A&M University

Canyon, TX

#80, Regional Universities (West) $6,969

(in-state)

$7,869

(out-of-state)

6,543 69.41%
Wiley College

Marshall, TX

Unranked, Regional Colleges (West) $11,050 1,389 77.04%
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