Texas Wesleyan University Reviews

  • 8 Reviews
  • Fort Worth (TX)
  • Annual Tuition: $30,300
100% of 8 students said this degree improved their career prospects
75% of 8 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

Layla
  • Reviewed: 5/30/2021
  • Degree: History
"Texas Wesleyan is a small school and the classes are challenging. However, it is not a Christian school by any stretch of the imagination. The professors are on hand and helpful but they are almost all liberal thinkers and Marxist. Christian's and conservatives are challenged in almost every class. Critical Race Theory is pushed in nearly every class as well. Some classes are blatantly anti American. It is not a safe place for conservatives thinkers. As an older student I was extremely concerned about what the younger students were being taught, brainwashing is not teaching. When Christian values are mocked and liberal ideology is pushed- there is cause for concern."
Jordan Small
  • Reviewed: 3/27/2017
  • Degree: Counseling
"Texas Wesleyan is a small private university that provides great classroom environment and encourages classroom discussion. The teachers are very easy to communicate with, and always available to talk or answer questions. The campus is very diverse through age, race, religion and ethnicity. There is always something to do on campus, and the best way to find out is the your email. You will receive weekly emails, telling you what is happening on campus. Therefore, it is easily to get involved. Besides the school, it is close to downtown Fort Worth and near Arlington, all one has to do is hop on the bus or even uber. As a graduate student, my classes are at night, so it works well if individuals have a full time job. The classroom environment is very communicative, and the professors are always willing to answer any type of questions. Through the counseling program, there are three tracks: LPC, LMFT and school counseling (and the option of a dual degree too), and its a type of program that you can go at your own pace. Overall, the graduate counseling program provides a student with many opportunities, and allows for the learner to grow as a student, future counselor and human being."
Maegan Stewart
  • Reviewed: 3/23/2017
  • Degree: Psychology
"Wesleyan is a hidden gem. Particularly, the English and Psychology department. The professors are wonderful. They all love what they do and are very clearly dedicated to their job. They are also all very well informed and knowledgeable in their field of study. Wesleyan is a small school, so there is a lot more one on one time with professors in comparison to other universities."
Sharon Manson
  • Reviewed: 3/12/2016
  • Degree: Curriculum & Instruction
"Dedicated faculty - small classes allow you to build relationships with a cohort. The campus is not great and facilities are severely lacking. Politics plays heavy in a lot of things."
CHASTITY ESCALANTE
  • Reviewed: 1/12/2015
  • Degree: Marriage & Family Therapy
"Some of the pros of my graduate program are the small size of the classes, and the accessibility of the professors. Both of these provide not only myself, but many of the students with the opportunity to feel as though the professors would like to now us on a more personal level. I do not feel as though each day I come to class that a professor will view me as just another number as a student in the class. I think this is very beneficial to students' academic success because it promotes students to network and reach out to the professors regarding various matters. One con in my program is the time frame of the study abroad programs. many of the students have families or are employed full time. The time in which the students leave for study abroad are usually at times when one is least likely to take vacation time from work. I would like for all students to have the opportunity to participate in something as great as study abroad."
Zjia Evans
  • Reviewed: 6/28/2014
  • Degree: Health Sciences
"This program has allowed me to pursue my graduate area of interest while also remaining in my state of residence. Offers many opportunities to get hands-on, clinical experience in a variety of settings."
Suzette Law
  • Reviewed: 5/23/2013
  • Degree: Counseling
"The pros of my school is the small class sizes and the professors are willing to help you at all cost. The cons is my commute."
Ross Russell
  • Reviewed: 12/14/2012
  • Degree: Law
"This is a great school, it is rigorous and the workload is heavy but there are some disadvantages like the cost and the relatively low ranking. There is a chance that Texas A&M will buy the law school and pump a lot of money into the school. This possibility makes next year possibly a better year for the school."