Abilene Christian University: Private comprehensive university affiliated with the Churches of Christ, located about 180 miles west of Dallas

Amberton University: Private nondenominational Christian institution offering upper-level and graduate courses for working adults at campuses in Garland and Frisco

Angelo State University: Located in San Angelo, the university is a member of the Texas Tech University System

Athletics: Horned Frog news, tickets, team information, training and cheerleading

Austin College: Private, residential liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA)

Baylor University: Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas, Baylor has an enrollment of about 14,000 and is the largest Baptist university in the world. Offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees

Dallas Baptist University: Located in southeast Dallas, the university seeks to provide Christ-centered quality higher education in the arts, sciences, and professional studies at both the undergraduate and graduate levels to traditional age and adult students

Del Mar College: A comprehensive community college located in Corpus Christi, Texas

East Texas Baptist University: Undergraduate-level liberal arts university affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas

Houston Baptist University: A coeducational Texas Baptist institution with an enrollment of approximately 2,300 students including graduate and undergraduate students. The student population reflects the diverse cultural makeup of Houston

Houston College of Law: One of the largest, private law schools in the country, it is a member of the Association of American Law Schools

Lamar University: A comprehensive university offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees; located in Beaumont. Enrollment of about 8,000

LeTourneau University: A private, nondenominational Christian university based in Longview, providing undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education. There are programs in aeronautical science, business, education, engineering and technology, the liberal arts, and the sciences

Lone Star College System: Comprises five colleges, six satellite centers and the University Center. Site contains visitor information, alumni, student resources and job opportunities

Parker University: Private university focused on chiropractic and health care fields. On-campus and online degree programs, admissions, financial aid, history and guiding principles, and information for alumni and friends

Prairie View A&M University: The second oldest public institution of higher education in Texas, this historically black university is known as one of the nation's top producers of African-American engineers and has produced more African-American three-star generals than any other historically black university in the country

Rice University: An independent, coeducational, nonsectarian, private, research university offering bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. Located in Houston with an enrollment of approximately 4,200

Sam Houston State University: A member of the Texas State University system in Huntsville, Texas

School of Engineering: Overview, news, faculty and programs

Southern Methodist University: United Methodist Church-affiliated private university with an enrollment of 11,000 students

St. Mary's University: A Marianist liberal arts institution in San Antonio, the oldest and largest Catholic university in Texas. Degree programs offered from three undergraduate and two graduate level schools. Houses only law school in the area

Stephen F. Austin Athletics Department: Information about tickets, sports camps, facilities, compliance, training, strength and conditioning, alumni and the Lettermen's Association, plus news and ticket information for all Lumberjack and Ladyjack teams

Stephen F. Austin State University: A largely residential, four-year teaching and research university located in Nacogdoches. Offers degrees at bachelor's, master's, and doctoral levels

Tarleton State University: Located in Stephenville, Texas--a state supported institution with over 6,000 students. It is the largest non-land-grant agriculture university in the U.S., educating more agricultural education teachers than any other institution in Texas and the nation

Tarrant County College: Locations in Fort Worth, Hurst, and Arlington

Texas A&M University: Homepage for Texas A&M University

Texas Christian University: Teaching and research institution associated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ); enrollment is about 8,200

Texas State University: A comprehensive, culturally diverse university offering undergraduate and graduate instruction

Texas Tech University: A teaching and research institution offering bachelor's, master's, doctoral degrees. Located in Lubbock

Texas Tech University Athletics: Official site of the Red Raiders. Provides sports news and team information, merchandise, tickets, schedules, traditions, and the Red Raiders Club

Texas Tech University System: Research II institution comprising Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and Angelo State University. Includes system news and information on the Board of Regents

Texas Wesleyan University: A United Methodist institution integrating the liberal arts and sciences with professional and career preparation at the undergraduate level and in selected graduate areas. Located in Ft. Worth

Texas Woman's University: Located in Denton this public university is primarily for women, and offers baccalaureate, master's, and doctoral degrees. The emphasis is on liberal arts and sciences, and specialized or professional studies

University of Dallas: A private, Catholic liberal arts university in Irving, Texas. It is consistently ranked as providing one of the best liberal arts educations in the region

University of North Texas: The university's home page

University of St. Thomas: A Catholic, liberal arts university located in Houston near the museum district. Offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees to over 2,700 students

University of the Incarnate Word: A Catholic institution offering students an integrated program of liberal arts and professional studies that includes a global perspective and an emphasis on social justice and community service

Wayland Baptist University: A coeducational, multipurpose, Southern Baptist affiliated university located in Plainview. Enrollment of about 4,000

West Texas A&M University: Located in the heart of the Texas Panhandle with a service region extending into neighboring states of Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs; enrollment of about 6,000

Wikipedia: Residential colleges of Rice University: Overview of the system with a brief history of each college



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