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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Undergraduate Enrollment1,704
Acceptance RateN/A
In-State Tuition$1,010
Out-of-State Tuition$1,010

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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. In 2019, the university opened a $20-million, 44,000-square-foot student center that has become the hub of student life and engagement with a university bookstore, a food court, a welcome center, an outdoor amphitheater, and more. A new on-campus housing complex is scheduled to open in 2022.

Texas Wesleyan has ranked for the second consecutive year on the list of national universities by U.S. News & World Report after being listed in its top tier of regional universities in the West for nine consecutive years. The magazine also recognized Texas Wesleyan as a top performer on social mobility, based on how successful it is in enrolling and graduating disadvantaged students. U.S. News also recognized Texas Wesleyan’s School of Business as having one of the best undergraduate business programs. The school is AACSB-accredited, an honor bestowed on only five percent of the world’s business schools.

Texas Wesleyan’s sports teams compete in the NAIA and the Sooner Athletic Conference. Student-athletes thrive on and off the field. The Rams boast 250 All-Americans, 310 Academic All-Americans, and six NAIA Hall of Famers. The Rams have won national championships in men’s basketball twice, men’s golf seven times, and table tennis fourteen times.



Acceptance RateN/A
Median composite SAT score1070
Median ACT score20
Undergraduate Enrollment1,704
Students on Financial Aid90%


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


African American Students18%
Asian American Students8%
Hispanic Students32%
International Students9%
Male/Female Ratio48/52


Greek SystemNo
Freshman Living on Campus28%
Freshmen Who Return52%
Student/Teacher Ratio15:1
Full-Time Faculty136


Graduation in Four Years36%
Graduation Overall42%
Alumni Who Give $ to School8%