First-year and transfer students. First-years are attending college for the first time while transfer students have previously attended a community college or 4-year university.
Graduate students have received a bachelor’s degree and are seeking an advanced (master's or doctoral) degree.
International students are non-U.S. citizen or non-U.S. permanent resident students.
As the nation's largest public university primarily for women, Texas Woman's prides itself on providing you with a quality and well-rounded educational experience.
Costs to attend differs between undergraduate, graduate students and the program you enter.
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There are four simple steps to apply to TWU.
Request more information from a TWU admissions counselor.
Apply for FAFSA, scholarships and grants with Financial Aid.
Check your application status with the Office of Admissions Processing.
There are only a few more steps before starting class.
Learn everything TWU and Denton, TX have to offer for undergraduate students in our viewbooks:
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Our programs provide a foundation for a rigorous academic experience through high-quality undergraduate, graduate and professional programs both on campus and at a distance.