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Address:2404 North Grand Ave., Tyler, TX 75702
Phone:903-593-8311 or 800-306-6299
POINTS OF DISTINCTION
- Extracurriculars include more than 25 student organizations and twelve NAIA Division I athletic teams for men and women. Texas College is in the Red River Athletic Conference and Sooner Athletic Conference (football).
- A multimillion-dollar renovation of historic landmark Martin Hall is complete, joining the new residential Gilmore-Hartley Hall and McKinney Hall multipurpose center. The City of Tyler has formed the Texas College District.
- The Texas Education Agency recognized the Texas College division of education for its complete compliance in the Texas College Educator Preparation Program.
- Transportation is provided from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex for students enrolled in the Park, Ride, & Learn Program.
FOUNDED IN 1894 by ministers of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church and located on 25 acres in the heart of East Texas, Texas College is one hundred miles east of Dallas and ninety miles west of Shreveport, Louisiana. The liberal arts college is the oldest institution of higher learning in Tyler, which is known as the “Rose Capital of the World” and loved for its many lakes, woodlands, and azaleas.
Despite changes to higher education over the years, Texas College continues to provide accessible, quality education to all with fourteen programs of study in the liberal arts and sciences, including twelve baccalaureate degree programs and two Associate of Arts programs. Students choose from one of four divisions: business and social sciences, education, general studies and humanities, or natural and computational sciences.
In addition to traditional academic programs, the college meets the needs of non-traditional students with the SUCCESS Program, a degree-completion program in business administration, criminal justice, or religion for adults who desire to obtain a bachelor’s degree while fulfilling work or familial obligations.