Texas Woman's University Reviews

2.84 out of 5 stars
(48 Reviews)
  • Denton (TX)
  • Annual Tuition: $17,756
92% of 48 students said this degree improved their career prospects
58% of 48 students said they would recommend this school to others
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1.0 out of 5 stars
Student - 3/10/2020
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2018
"The professors in this program can’t teach they talk about their personal life throughout lecture and then you get to read and self study and teach yourself. They’re such tough graders and the exams are nothing but a joke! One professor you expect to get tested over anything but the books I still couldn’t figure out her puzzle like where in hell does she get those questions from! For sure anywhere but the assigned chapters she is too lazy to check the exam questions before printing out the exams and yet if you try to explain your point of view she basically make look stupid. Classes get added each semester that the previous class didn’t have to take. It’s just a mess. If your thinking about applying here or if you already applied go with another option I fee sorry for the upcoming classes they live is going to suck for 2 years! Did I say it’s way too expensive and more classes gets added to increase your tuition? Yeah that’s right! Very unprofessional and unorganized"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Annaz - 3/8/2020
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2020
"I hate this place. Never stressed in my life from school like I do now! Your professor’s basically tell you they don’t care, you talk to them just to waste time.. they just wanna destroy you! There is tension between the faculty and students can see it. This program sucks apply at a different school!"
1.0 out of 5 stars
This can’t be a school - 3/4/2020
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2019
"This school is a joke. Worse place for dental hygiene ever. Not having so many review screwed most of us. The faculty are so unorganized and unethical. They make sure you understand nothing about dental hygiene, they’re goal Is to crush you and show you that they’re above you. Never felt this stressed or uncomfortable speaking to any of them. You set up a meeting to talk to them, you walking out from the meeting knowing him much they don’t care about you!!! I wish someone told me about this place before. I’m not sure how CODA is actually allowing such low program proceeds."
1.0 out of 5 stars
ED - 2/26/2020
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2018
"Don’t look at the tuition they have on their website cause it’s not accurate! Non of it is accurate. This program is actually more expensive than Texas A&M which is a better school! Professors are unorganized and very unprofessional they pick favorites like who still does that! Lectures are nothing but a waste of time they only talk about their personal lives and their kids and how they made it through hygiene school 50 years ago bla bla blah... you will hate yourself if you end up going here so run for your life before you get stuck! And yea you’re welcome I wish I was advised before I got into this mess"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 2/26/2020
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2019
"This program is the most unprofessional, unorganized and unethical I’ve ever came across. Never had to deal with careless professors before. I was expecting things to be hard but not crazy and unorganized. Yet they lower yourself esteem and basically tell you they don’t care! Paying tons of money on things other schools provide for their students. Don’t apply here! Unless you want to waste money and time! Thinks will not get better heard it from other students “we got used to it”"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Anonymous - 2/18/2020
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2018
"Don’t do it. This is the most unprofessional and unorganized program. A community college have better programs. Professor and so old and unorganized they’re just bored in life and wants to make you your life miserable! Apply somewhere else!!! Too expensive, more than Texas A&M. They make you buy stuff so they can keep at the clinic, I wish someone warned me before applying"
1.1 out of 5 stars
Student - 12/16/2019
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2020
"If I knew how bad this program is I would've went with Texas A&M. The first year was miserable lack of communication between staff and the clinic professor didn’t care about her students. She only added stress to our days. The clinical instructors had better communication and tried helping the students out. It sucks that we were stuck with the same professor for the first 2 clinic semesters. Senior year was much better. Over all stay away there are many other schools that offer better programs"
3.8 out of 5 stars
AR - 7/29/2019
Degree: Health Sciences
Graduation Year: 2017
"I loved the program, campus, and faculty at Texas Woman's University. When I entered my degree program, I was a transfer student with a very science oriented background and limited music training. I was terrified that I wouldn't be "good enough" or wouldn't be able to achieve my dream of being a music therapist. Every professor encouraged me and took their time to make sure I felt confident in my abilities. I left with minimal student loans compared to my friends from other schools. I also left knowing I had been trained well and established strong, lasting friendships in the process."
4.7 out of 5 stars
Deanna Whitfield - 5/28/2019
Degree: Dental Hygiene
Graduation Year: 2009
"Texas Woman's University is a small school, but it does not lack anything that a large university has. Although the name implies women only, man are allowed into undergraduate and graduate programs. It has outstanding academics. The dental hygiene school is one of only five 4-year universities offered in Texas. With it's small campus, it caters to many non-traditional students."
4.9 out of 5 stars
Aminata Kallen - 5/19/2019
Degree: Public Health
Graduation Year: 2017
"Texas Woman's University has been such a blessing to me. They are extremely flexible and work with you as students. They truly understand the work/life/balance so many of us are tackling. I had some of the greatest professors there and learned so much about my area of study. They really prepare you for the world whether you are ready or not. My area of study was in public health promotion and education and my professors kept encouraging my cohort to become Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) after we complete our degree. They even encorporated some of the CHES content into their classroom materials. I am extremely happy to say that I obtained my CHES because of them and it has helped my resume become more attractive for the workforce."

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