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Both private and public Texasinstitutions rank well in the University Review college rankings lists, with notable members from the list of Texascolleges in the top 100 includingthe University of Texas, Austin (27th best in the USA), Rice university (28th), Texas A&M UniversityatCollege Station (51st) and the Southern Methodist University (89th).
List of Texas Colleges Part 1
|Name||Address||Type||Number of UG Students||In-State Tuition||Out of State Tuition||Acceptance Rate||Founded|
|Abilene Christian University||1600 Campus Ct, Abilene, TX 79601||Private||3727||$29,450||$29,450||49%||1906|
|Amberton University||1700 Eastgate Dr, Garland, TX 75041||Private||1971|
|American College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine||9100 Park W Dr, Houston, TX 77063||Private||1991|
|AOMA Graduate School of Integrative Medicine||4701 West Gate Blvd., Austin, TX 78745||Private||1993|
|Arlington Baptist College||3001 W Division St, Arlington, TX 76012||Private||1939|
|Art Institute of Dallas||8080 Park Ln #100, Dallas, TX 75231||Private||1964|
|Art Institute of Houston||1900 Yorktown Street, Houston, TX 77056||Private||$17,668||$17,668||1965|
|Austin College||900 N. Grand Avenue, Sherman, TX 75090-4400||Private||1208||$34,840||$34,840||59%||1849|
|Austin Graduate School of Theology||7640 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78752||Private||1917|
|Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary||100 E 27th St, Austin, TX 78705||Private||1902|
|Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary||1530 E Pine St, Jacksonville, TX 75766||Private||1955|
|Baylor College of Medicine||1 Baylor Plaza, Houston, TX 77030||Private||1900|
|Baylor University||1 Bear Place, Waco, TX 76798||Private||13292||$38,290||$38,290||58%||1845|
|Brite Divinity School||2855 S University Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76129||Private||1914|
|College of Biblical Studies-Houston||7000 Regency Square Blvd #110, Houston, TX 77036||Private||1979|
|College of Saints John Fisher & Thomas More||3511 W Biddison St, Fort Worth, TX 76109||Private||1981|
|Concordia University-Texas||11400 Concordia University Drive, Austin, TX 78726||Private||1502||$26,960||$26,960||95%||1926|
|Criswell College||4010 Gaston Ave, Dallas, TX 75246||Private||1970|
|Dallas Baptist University||3000 Mountain Creek Parkway, Dallas, TX 75211-9299||Private||3435||$23,650||$23,650||42%||1898|
|Dallas Christian College||2700 Christian Pkwy, Dallas, TX 75234||Private||1950|
|Dallas Theological Seminary||3909 Swiss Ave, Dallas, TX 75204||Private||1924|
|DeVry University - Irving -Dallas||4800 Regent Blvd #200, Irving, TX, United States||Private|
|East Texas Baptist University||1 Tiger Dr, Marshall, TX 75670||Private||1196||$23,280||$23,280||74%||1912|
|Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics||7500 W Camp Wisdom Rd, Dallas, TX 75236||Private||1998|
|Hardin-Simmons University||2200 Hickory, Abilene, TX 79698-1000||Private||1790||$22,350||$22,350||38%||1891|
|Houston Baptist University||7502 Fondren Road, Houston, TX 77074-3298||Private||2171||$28,750||$28,750||36%||1960|
|Howard Payne University||1000 Fisk Street, Brownwood, TX 76801||Private||1100||$24,600||$24,600||54%||1889|
|Huston-Tillotson University||900 Chicon Street, Austin, TX 78702||Private||900||$13,494||$13,494||1881|
|Jarvis Christian College||U.S. 80, Holly Lake Ranch, TX 75765||Private||609||$11,369||$11,369||100%||1912|
|LeTourneau University||2100 Mobberly Ave, Longview, TX 75602||Private||2305||$26,910||$26,910||41%||1946|
|Lubbock Christian University||5601 19th Street, Lubbock, TX 79407||Private||1531||$19,400||$19,400||95%||1957|
|McMurry University||S. 14th and Sayles Boulevard, Abilene, TX 79697||Private||1212||$24,844||$24,844||59%||1923|
|Midwestern State University||3410 Taft Boulevard, Wichita Falls, TX 76308-2099||Public||5193||$7,753||$9,703||72%||1922|
|Northwood University||4000 Whiting Drive, Midland, MI 48640||Private||1468||$23,132||$23,132||65%||1959|
|Oblate School of Theology||285 Oblate Dr, San Antonio, TX 78216||Private||1903|
|Our Lady of the Lake University||411 S.W. 24th Street, San Antonio, TX 78207-4689||Private||1555||$24,596||$24,596||23%||1895|
|Parker University||2540 Walnut Hill Ln, Dallas, TX 75229||Private||1982|
|Paul Quinn College||3837 Simpson Stuart Rd, Dallas, TX 75241||Private||1872|
|Rice University||6100 Main St, Houston, TX 77005||Private||3965||$40,566||$40,566||17%||1912|
|Saint Edward's University||3001 S. Congress Avenue, Austin, TX 78704||Private||4089||$36,550||$36,550||79%||1885|
|Saint Mary's University||1 Camino Santa Maria, San Antonio, TX 78228||Private||2393||$25,126||$25,126||58%||1852|
|Schreiner University||2100 Memorial Boulevard, Kerrville, TX 78028||Private||1117||$22,484||$22,484||63%||1923|
|Seminary of the Southwest||501 E 32nd St, Austin, TX 78705||Private||1951|
|Southern Methodist University||6425 Boaz Lane, Dallas, TX 75205||Private||6357||$45,940||$45,940||51%||1911|
|South Texas College of Law||1303 San Jacinto St, Houston, TX 77002||Private||1923|
|Southwestern Adventist University||100 W Hillcrest St, Keene, TX 76059||Private||790||$19,460||$19,460||32%||1893|
|Southwestern Assemblies of God University||1200 Sycamore Street, Waxahachie, TX 75165||Private||1700||$18,580||$18,580||30%||1927|
|Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary||2001 W Seminary Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76115||Private||1908|
|Southwestern Christian College||200 Bowser Cir, Terrell, TX 75160||Private||$7,620||$7,620||1948|
|Southwestern University||1001 E University Ave, Georgetown, TX 78626||Private||1535||$36,120||$36,120||52%||1840|
|Stephen F. Austin State University||SFA Station 13051, Nacogdoches, TX 75962||Private||11005||$8,892||$19,752||57%||1923|
|Texas A&M University System|
|Texas A&M - Central Texas||1001 Leadership Pl, Killeen, TX 76549||Public||1664||1999|
|College Station, TX 77843||Public||44315||$9,180||$26,356||69%||1876|
|Texas A&M University - Commerce||2200 Campbell St, Commerce, TX 75428||Public||6890||$7,096||$17,956||68%||1889|
|Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi||6300 Ocean Drive, Corpus Christi, TX 78412-5503||Public||9152||$7,778||$18,398||87%||1947|
|Texas A&M University at Galveston||200 Seawolf Pkwy, Galveston, TX 77554||Public||2167||$9,569||$20,544||1962|
|Texas A&M University - Health Science Center||3950 N A.W. Grimes Blvd, Round Rock, TX 78665||Public||1999|
|Texas A&M University - Kingsville||955 University Blvd, Kingsville, TX 78363||Public||6121||$7,434||$18,294||88%||1925|
|Prairie View A&M University||100 University Dr, Prairie View, TX 77446||Public||6731||$8,098||$18,718||85%||1876|
|San Antonio - Texas A&M University - Kingsville||1 University Way, San Antonio, TX 78224||Public||4512||2009|
|Tarleton State University||1333 W Washington St, Stephenville, TX 76401||Public||9585||$7,237||$18,097||77%||1899|
|Texas A&M University - Texarkana||7101 University Avenue, Texarkana, TX 75503||Public||1401||$5,578||$14,002||36%||1971|
|Texas A&M International University||5201 University Boulevard, Laredo, TX 78041-1900||Public||6585||$9,180||$18,054||49%||1970|
|West Texas A&M University||2501 Fourth Avenue, Canyon, TX 79016-0001||Public||6908||$7,361||$8,312||74%||1910|
List of Texas Universities Part 2
|Name||Address||Type||Number of UG Students||In-State Tuition||Out of State Tuition||Acceptance Rate||Founded|
|Texas Chiropractic College||5912 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, TX 77505||Private||1908|
|Texas Christian University||2800 S. University Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76129||Private||8604||$38,600||$38,600||47%||1873|
|Texas College||2404 N. Grand Avenue, Tyler, TX 75702||Private||900||$10,008||$10,008||1894|
|Texas Lutheran University||1000 W. Court, Seguin, TX 78155-5999||Private||1329||$26,800||$26,800||51%||1891|
|Texas Southern University||3100 Cleburne, Houston, TX 77004||Public||6288||$7,946||$18,566||45%||1947|
|Texas State University System|
|Lamar University||Lamar Station, Box 10001, Beaumont, TX 77710||Public||9382||$9,361||$19,681||77%||1923|
|Sam Houston State University||1806 Avenue J, Huntsville, TX 77341||Public||16255||$8,932||$19,792||74%||1879|
|Sul Ross State University||East Highway 90, Alpine, TX 79830||Public||2003||$4,764||$12,276||1917|
|Texas State University-San Marcos||601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666||Public||31005||$9,516||$20,376||74%||1899|
|Texas Tech University System|
|Angelo State University||2601 W. Avenue N, San Angelo, TX 76909||Public||5546||$7,642||$18,502||81%||1928|
|Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center||3601 Fourth Street, Lubbock, TX 79430||Public||2230||1979|
|Texas Tech University||2500 Broadway, Lubbock, TX 79409||Public||27044||$9,308||$20,168||66%||1923|
|Texas Wesleyan University||1201 Wesleyan Street, Fort Worth, TX 76105-1536||Private||1941||$23,144||$23,144||46%||1890|
|Texas Woman's University||304 Administration Dr, Denton, TX 76201||Private||9515||$7,560||$18,420||86%||1901|
|Trinity University||1 Trinity Place, San Antonio, TX 78212-7200||Private||2237||$36,214||$36,214||64%||1869|
|University of Dallas||1845 E. Northgate Drive, Irving, TX 75062-4736||Private||1380||$34,430||$34,430||90%||1956|
|University of Houston System|
|University of Houston - Main campus||4800 Calhoun Road, Houston, TX 77204||Public||31587||$10,518||$24,378||58%||1927|
|University of Houston - Clear Lake||2700 Bay Area Blvd, Houston, TX 77058||Public||4617||$7,131||$20,091||1974|
|University of Houston - Downtown||1 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002||Public||13486||$6,614||$17,474||95%||1974|
|University of Houston - Victoria||2506 E. Red River, Victoria, TX 77901-4450||Public||2889||$6,248||$16,868||52%||1971|
|University of Mary Hardin-Baylor||900 College Street, Belton, TX 76513||Private||3063||$25,750||$25,750||85%||1845|
|University of North Texas||1155 Union Cir, Denton, TX 76203||Public||29481||$9,706||$20,566||62%||1890|
|University of North Texas - Health Science Center||3500 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76107||Public||1949||1970|
|University of Saint Thomas||3800 Montrose Boulevard, Houston, TX 77006-4696||Private||1610||$29,440||$29,440||77%||1947|
|University of Texas System|
|University of Texas at Arlington||701 S. Nedderman Drive, Arlington, TX 76019-0111||Public||25690||$8,878||$20,274||60%||1895|
|University of Texas at Austin||Austin, TX 78712||Public||39979||$9,798||$34,722||40%||1883|
|University of Texas at Brownsville||80 Fort Brown, Brownsville, TX 78520||Public||7547||$5,372||$14,834||87%||1926|
|University of Texas at Dallas||800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 75080-3021||Public||13049||$11,806||$30,378||59%||1969|
|University of Texas at El Paso||500 W. University Avenue, El Paso, TX 79968||Public||19217||$7,018||$17,639||100%||1914|
|University of Texas at Pan American||1201 W. University Drive, Edinburg, TX 78539||Public||17602||$6,134||$17,132||69%||1927|
|University of Texas at Permian Basin||4901 E. University Boulevard, Odessa, TX 79762-0001||Public||4246||$6,776||$17,308||82%||1969|
|University of Texas at San Antonio||1 UTSA Cir, San Antonio, TX 78249||Public||24342||$8,737||$20,050||62%||1969|
|University of Texas at Tyler||3900 University Boulevard, Tyler, TX 75799||Public||5591||$7,222||$17,842||82%||1971|
|UT Health Science Center at Houston||7000 Fannin St, Houston, TX 77030||Public||1972|
|UT Health Science Center at San Antonio||7703 Floyd Curl Dr, San Antonio, TX 78229||Public||325||1959|
|UT Health Science Center at Tyler (NorthEast)||11937 U.S. 271, Tyler, TX 75708||Public||1947|
|UT M.D. Anderson Cancer Center||1515 Holcombe Blvd, Houston, TX 77030||Public||1971|
|UT Medical Branch at Galveston||301 University Blvd, Galveston, TX 77555||Public||2255||1891|
|UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas||5323 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75390||Public||1943|
|University of the Incarnate Word||4301 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209-6397||Private||6491||$26,490||$26,490||93%||1881|
|Wade College||1950 N. Stemmons Freeway., Dallas, Texas 75207||Private||1962|
|Wayland Baptist University||1900 W. Seventh Street, Plainview, TX 79072||Private||4515||$15,930||$15,930||99%||1908|
|Western Governors University-Texas||221 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78701||Private||1997|
|Wiley College||711 Wiley Avenue, Marshall, TX 75670||Private||1388||$11,482||$11,482||94%||1873|
Size wise the largest colleges by undergraduate student body are the Texas A&M University, College Station (44,315 students)and the University of Texas, Austin (39,979 students). While the smallest establishments include Texas College (900 students) and Huston-Tillotson University (also 900 students).
Cost wise, of the main higher education establishments the lowest in-state tuition fees are offered by Sul Ross State University (In-state tuition: $4,764; Out of state fees: $12,276), and the University of Texas at Brownsville (In-state: $5,372; Out of state: $14,834).
Conversely the highest priced public college in Texas is the University of Texas at Dallas ($11,806 In-state tuition fees and $30,378 Out of state fees).
Of the private institutions, the lowest priced establishments are the Texas Woman’s University ($7,560) and the Southwestern Christian College ($7,620), whilst the most expensive universities in Texas state are the Southern Methodist University ($45,940) and Rice University ($40,566).
The most selective colleges are Rice University (17% acceptance rate) and Our Lady of the Lake University (23%). The oldest college in Texas is Southwestern University, established in 1840.
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What is the #1 college in Texas? ›
University of Texas at Austin.Are 8 colleges enough? ›
There is no magic number, but five to eight applications are usually enough to ensure that a student is accepted into a suitable institution (depending, of course, on the individual student's record and circumstances). This number should be made up of a combination of “safety,” “match,” and “reach” colleges.What college accepts the least amount of students? ›
- California Institute of Technology: 4%
- Harvard University: 4%
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 4%
- Princeton University: 4%
- Stanford University: 4%
- Yale University: 5%
- Brown University: 6%
- Dartmouth College: 6%
#1 Top Private Universities in Texas.
Key Insights: While both schools offer above-average Salary Scores overall, UT Austin leads by ten points with its score of 83, compared to Texas A&M's score of 73.What is the largest University in Texas? ›
|Dallas College Dallas, TX||74,781|
|Texas A & M University College Station College Station, TX||70,418|
|Lone Star College The Woodlands, TX||70,109|
|The University of Texas at Austin Austin, TX||50,476|
Can you reapply to a college after getting rejected? The short answer is, yes! You can reapply to the vast majority of colleges; however, it's often not your best option. In this article, we walk you through what your choices are and how you can make the right one for you.Is applying to 20 colleges too much? ›
While there's no cap on the number of schools you can apply to, some students, especially those from affluent backgrounds who want to go to a selective college, can go overboard, applying to more than 20 or 30 colleges. Personally, I would strongly discourage any student from applying to more than 15 colleges.Is applying to 10 colleges too much? ›
Most students should apply to somewhere between 12 to 15 colleges. There are no guarantees that you will be accepted to your desired school, but you should have a rough idea about your chances of admission to each school.What college has a 100% acceptance rate? ›
|School||Location||Fall 2021 Acceptance Rate|
|Academy of Art University||San Francisco, CA||100%|
|Adams State University||Alamosa, CO||100%|
|Alliance University||New York, NY||100%|
|Baptist College of Florida||Graceville, FL||100%|
What is the toughest college to get into? ›
The rankings are based on acceptance rates and SAT/ACT test scores. Harvard ranked as the toughest school in the country to get into. It has a 5% acceptance rate, according to Niche. Stanford came in second on the list— with an acceptance rate of 5% as well.What college has the lowest GPA requirement? ›
- Albany State University. ...
- American InterContinental University. ...
- Arkansas State University. ...
- Arkansas Tech University. ...
- Capella University. ...
- Colorado Technical University. ...
- East Coast Polytechnic Institute University.
The answer is no! There are no Ivy League schools in Texas. However, a few schools in Texas are often compared to Ivy League schools. These universities include Rice University, The University of Texas at Austin, Southern Methodist University, etc.Is it difficult to get into UT Austin? ›
The acceptance rate at UT Austin is 31.8%.
For every 100 applicants, 32 are admitted. This means the school is very selective. If you meet UT Austin's requirements for GPA, SAT/ACT scores, and other components of the application, you have a great shot at getting in.
You are correct that A&M is not a target school. Target schools are really those that are ranked around top 15 worldwide.What GPA does Texas A&M require? ›
With a GPA of 3.68, Texas A&M requires you to be above average in your high school class. You'll need at least a mix of A's and B's, with more A's than B's. You can compensate for a lower GPA with harder classes, like AP or IB classes.Who is Texas AM biggest rival? ›
The Texas–Texas A&M football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Texas Longhorns and the Texas A&M Aggies.Is it harder to get into A&M or UT Austin? ›
Therefore, the acceptance rate alone is not a good indicator that The University of Texas at Austin (UT) is a better school or will be more difficult for you specifically to get into. On the flipside, Texas A & M University-College Station (TAMU) is easier to get into based on acceptance rate alone.What is the smallest university in Texas? ›
Texas Colleges Ranked by Smallest Enrollment
Below is a ranking of the 170 colleges in Texas with the smallest enrollment of full and part time students. The College of Saint Thomas More tops the list with a population of 10 students.
|Allen High School|
|Campus size||177 acres (720,000 m2)|
|Color(s)||Navy, White, Red|
What city in Texas has the most colleges? ›
Houston, Texas – 100+
The greater Houston area is home to more than 100 community colleges, four-year colleges, and technical and trade schools. In total, approximately 315,000 students currently study at these institutions with the majority of bachelor's degree-seeking students studying at the University of Houston.
Universities don't have to give you a reason, but if the rejection has left you wondering you could contact the university to ask for feedback. Try not to take it too personally. Admissions tutors will be sifting through hundreds of applications and it might not always be obvious why it's not good news for you.What if you don't get accepted to any colleges? ›
Know that you have options: looking at other schools, enrolling in a community college, taking a gap year, or looking for a job. Whatever path you choose, there's no reason you can't transfer schools or reapply next year. Good luck, and don't give up!What can I do if a university rejected me? ›
- Validate your emotions. No one likes rejection in any form. ...
- Find ways to relax. ...
- Create a list of pros and cons. ...
- Stick to what makes you happy. ...
- Change your perspective. ...
- Chat to a friend. ...
- Visit other universities. ...
- Rejection doesn't define you.
Yes. You can apply to the same college twice during different application cycles. However, unless you add something significant to your application, submitting a second application will not likely change your odds or outcomes.Is it harder to get into college in 2022? ›
If you are wondering, will it be easier to get into college in 2022? the answer is no. In fact, the class of 2026 college acceptance rates is at a record low. This is especially true for Ivy League colleges.Do you need to reject colleges? ›
No, you don't have to do anything official to decline a college acceptance. It is, however, the courteous thing to do. But it's not all about etiquette; the sooner you let a school know that you will not be attending, the sooner that school can offer your spot to a student on the waitlist.Is there a limit to how many scholarships you can get? ›
There's no limit to the number of scholarships a student can apply for or receive.How much does it cost to apply to Harvard? ›
The $85 application fee or a fee waiver request. You may send the application supplements at a later date, preferably no later than 2 weeks after the application deadline.What are the consequences of applying to too many colleges? ›
While most students spend time trying to decide where to apply to college, they should also be considering how many applications to send out. Applying to too many schools can lead to a heavier workload, added stress, and tougher decisions.
What is the easiest 4 year college to get into? ›
- Adams State University. Location: Alamosa, Colorado.
- University of Texas at El Paso. Location: El Paso, Texas. ...
- Eastern Washington University. ...
- Dickinson State University. ...
- Presentation College. ...
- Eastern Oregon University. ...
- Wright State University. ...
- Western Kentucky University. ...
- Federal University, Dutsin-Ma, Katsina State.
- Ebonyi State University (EBSU)
- Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT)
- Umaru Musa Yar'adua University Katsina.
- Federal University, Gusau, Zamfara State.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill tops the list with an average reported GPA of 4.39. Note that not all colleges report GPA for their incoming class.What is the #1 University in the world? ›
|1||California Institute of Technology (Caltech)||100.000|
|3||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)||98.634|
Topping the list of the hardest school to get into in the world is Stanford. It has been featured top of this list for several years and no other university anywhere in the world has managed to replace it yet.What is the #1 college in America? ›
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
#1 Best Colleges in America.
It Depends on the Scale
A GPA higher than 5.0 is rare, but school point systems are occasionally structured so that students taking advanced classes can rack up bonus points. One student even managed to land a stunning 10.03 GPA by taking 17 advanced classes at a school that awarded bonus points.
Sadly, a 1.5GPA entails that there are no colleges that you can use as safety schools, so you will be taking a risk no matter where you apply. The only way to increase your chances is by raising your GPA.Can I get into college with a 1.0 GPA? ›
Yes, there are a variety of schools that accept 1.0 GPA, although your options will likely be more limited. Although a 1.0 GPA for colleges is not high, there are schools that offer open admissions, meaning that they only require applicants to have high school diplomas.› rankings › acceptance-rate ›
Colleges Ranked by Acceptance Rate
What Colleges Have A 100% Acceptance Rate?
The 50 easiest colleges to get into
What is a Tier 1 university? ›
Page 1. Tier I definition* • A very high research focused university. • Top 2.5 percent of higher education. institutions, or top 108.What is Texas A&M known for? ›
Texas A&M is a land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant university known for its programs in engineering, technology, and agriculture.Is A&M a top school? ›
Texas A&M University is the Best Public College in Texas and the Best Value College in Texas, according to Money's 2022 Best Colleges ranking. Texas A&M ranked No. 23 overall on the Best Public Colleges list and No. 27 overall in the Best Value category, as well as No.Does Texas A&M have more money than UT? ›
But according to Forbes, the Aggies averaged $107 million in profit and $148 million in revenue over the past three years. On average, that's $20 million more in profit than UT made over the same time frame, and $15 million more in revenue.What tier is Harvard? ›
Tier 1 schools include: Stanford, Harvard, Princeton, Yale, MIT, UChicago, Caltech, Columbia, Brown, Northwestern, The University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, Duke, Vanderbilt, Cornell, Johns Hopkins, and Rice.What tier is UT Austin? ›
A UTSA statement explained that the school met its Tier One benchmarks by employing five tenured or tenure-track faculty who are members of National Academies, the honorary societies for science, engineering and medicine professors.What is a Tier 3 college? ›
Tier 3 engineering colleges are those which have recently been opened and lack many things that tier 1 and 2 colleges have. These colleges attract abundant of those students who just want to pursue engineering. The only thing that the students won't have is more links, resources.What GPA does Texas A&M require? ›
With a GPA of 3.68, Texas A&M requires you to be above average in your high school class. You'll need at least a mix of A's and B's, with more A's than B's. You can compensate for a lower GPA with harder classes, like AP or IB classes.What is the average GPA for A&M? ›
Average GPA: 3.68
The average GPA at Texas A&M is 3.68. This makes Texas A&M Strongly Competitive for GPAs. (Most schools use a weighted GPA out of 4.0, though some report an unweighted GPA.
It's the only non-Ivy League school among the universities tied for No. 1. And Texas A&M ranks ahead of vaunted colleges such as Brown, Penn and Tufts. Sometimes it's awfully good to be the outlier.
What college in Texas has the most money? ›
|Rank||School Name||Early Career Pay|
|Rank:1||Rice University||Early Career Pay:$77,900|
|2||The King's University||Early Career Pay:$64,300|
|3||Texas A & M University-College Station||Early Career Pay:$64,400|
|4||Southern Methodist University||Early Career Pay:$64,700|
TAMU is now known as a highly ranked institution not only in Texas but also across the US. It's admired for its long tradition, academics, social scene, Greek life and athletics. Not too many college-bound kids applying to A&M know that it has participated in over 500 research projects in more than 80 countries.Is it harder to get into A&M or UT Austin? ›
Therefore, the acceptance rate alone is not a good indicator that The University of Texas at Austin (UT) is a better school or will be more difficult for you specifically to get into. On the flipside, Texas A & M University-College Station (TAMU) is easier to get into based on acceptance rate alone.Why is UT Austin so rich? ›
The Texas university system is unlike other colleges because of its oil-rich land that's driving record revenue this year. Every day, the University of Texas System makes about $6 million off a mineral-rich swath of land it manages in the US's largest oil field.How is UT Austin so rich? ›
That wealth is thanks to more than 2 million acres in the Permian Basin that the Texas college system oversees and leases to nearly 250 drillers. With surging oil prices and production on its land, the UT system could reach its best-ever annual revenue this fiscal year, according to a report in Bloomberg.› colleges › texas-a-m-university ›