Texas Wesleyan University

Fort Worth, Texas

Team Name: Rams

Address: 1201 Wesleyan, Fort Worth, TX 76105

Web: TXWES.edu

Phone: 817-531-4444

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Texas Wesleyan University

Fort Worth, Texas

SMALLER. SMARTER. TEXAS WESLEYAN is a small, student-focused university where professors know students by name and put critical thinking at the forefront of the learning experience. At Texas Wesleyan, students get hands on-learning in small classes. 
Texas Wesleyan’s urban campus is a seven-minute drive from Fort Worth. The university’s 44,000-square-foot student center is the hub of student life and engagement with a university bookstore, food court, welcome center, and an outdoor amphitheater.

The recently unveiled Engage 2025 Strategic Plan spells out ways the university is bringing focus to diversity, equity, and inclusion via first-year student seminar coursework, social science curricula that address multiculturalism, inclusion and anti- intolerance, and a planned multicultural space, among other measures.

U.S. News & World Report ranks Texas Wesleyan among national universities and among schools excelling in social mobility. It also recognizes Texas Wesleyan’s AACSB-accredited School of Business.

Texas Wesleyan’s 21 varsity sports teams for men and women compete in the NAIA and the Sooner Athletic Conference. Student-athletes thrive on and off the field. The Rams have won a number of national championships in men’s basketball, men’s golf, and table tennis. 

By The Numbers


Acceptance Rate N/A
Median composite SAT score 1070
Median ACT score 20
Undergraduate Enrollment 1,704
Students on Financial Aid 90%


In-State Tuition $1,010 per hour
Out-of-State Tuition $1,010 per hour
Room and Board $7,001+


African American Students 18%
Asian American Students 8%
Hispanic Students 32%
International Students 9%
Male/Female Ratio 48/52

Campus Life

Greek System No
Freshman Living on Campus
Freshmen Who Return 52%
Student/Teacher Ratio 15:1
Full-Time Faculty 136


Graduation in Four Years 36%
Graduation Overall 42%
Alumni Who Give $ to School 8%

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