Texas Woman's University Reviews
As a Texas Woman's University undergraduate, I learned so much about myself as an individual. My instructors were amazing and very knowledgeable in the subject. I really did enjoy the experience and I met so many great individuals. I was part of the Food and Nutrition Network in which I volunteered and was able to meet some great people in the Dietetics field. Now I am looking forward to continue my education and obtain a Master's degree.
TWU is a great school for anyone who wants to have that college experience but not go to a large institution. The faculty and staff are so friendly and they know you by name and will do anything to assist you. The students have set multiple traditions that are done to this day. This is a great school if you want to pursue Nursing, Physical Therapy, Education, etc. TWU is family and we look out for one another. You won't regret your decision.
TWU is a well rounded school and provides a lot of opportunity for their students to have a valuable education. I highly recommend this school to students who are focused on the educational side of the college experience. There are still many opportunities to create a social life on campus but the definitely emphasize the educational side. You are valued on this campus and all your professors truly care and what the best for you.
I had the opportunity to study at TWU undergrads for my BS in Family study. TWU facilities were fantastic and work with each individual. They were also very respectful. I was able to value myself as black woman. I understood the important of education and using knowledge to achieved greatness. I was able to embrace my individualist, cultural background and diversity; that I was at one time to shy and scared to do. One thing I can take away from TWU is that everyone is different and it is up to us to have a open mind and learn from people that is different from you. By doing that you will be opening your mind to amazing horizons that one cannot reach if he/she is close minded
The theatre department here is small and focused so that every student has the option of one on one time with the instructors. All the faculty have connections to DFW theatre and beyond, consistently offering theatre jobs and summer stock. Great opportunities for networking and broadening horizons. The small class size allows students to get their hands on every aspect of theatre: design, construction, directing, analysis and more. A great department for experienced theatre kids and newcomers alike.
This school prepared me for anything that may come my way in the real world. I felt so safe the entire time I was on campus both living and commuting. The curriculum was incredible and as a woman I gained so much insight and awareness for my self, peers and society. I am so incredibly thankful for my education from Texas Woman's University and recommend it to all.
TWU was the best choice for me as I was not prepared to go to a big university. The small classes really helped me concentrate and allowed me to interact with my professors, something that I know would not be possible in a big state university. The campus was diverse but I feel that there will always be more women than men. TWU's campus is perfect for anyone that wants to fully emerge themselves in their studies and not be distracted by partying and such things.
The college has a beautiful campus. I enjoyed a lot of my classes there. There are also a lot of ways to be involved in student organizations and a lot of things to do there. The parking was terrible. I sometimes had to walk about a mile to get to the campus from my car.
I took my degree online and it was a very positive experience. Some of the professors were hardly involved in class discussions but others were fantastic and responded quickly to questions. The tuition was very affordable, which was an added bonus for a non-resident of Texas!
It's a great school for such a low cost. The campus is small, and the town is as well. A conservative environment, despite a large number of liberal students. Overall, wasn't a terrible experience, but school environment could use a bit of work.