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Texas Tech University

Texas Tech University is a 4-year public research university and the flagship campus of the TTU System. Texas Tech encompasses 12 colleges and schools and is the only Texas college to feature an undergraduate university, law school, and medical...

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The professors that teach here are wonderful! They are understanding, compassionate and encouraging. They are always open to questions and outside-class time you may need to fully understand the concept.

” – Samantha from Katy, TX
Texas A & M University-College Station

Opening its doors on October 4, 1876, Texas A&M University’s College Station campus was the first institution of higher education in Texas. A&M is home to 17 colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in over 133 undergraduate degree...

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I'm a chemical engineering major, which in my opinion is the hardest major at school not only because of the homework but because it challenges you to think in a completely new way. While other schools might emphasize by-the-book engineering, you're...

” – Bryn from Dallas, TX
Sam Houston State University

Sam Houston University is a public, 4-year institution located in Huntsville, Texas. Founded in 1879, SHSU is the third oldest public university in the state and a member of the Texas State University System. The university provides 170 fields of...

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College is a time to expand the knowledge you already have and pursue new knowledge for use through the rest of your life. Sam Houston has allowed me to do both. In just the two semesters I have been here, I have learned more than I ever did in High...

” – Jessica from Spring, TX
Texas Woman's University

Originally founded as the Girls Industrial College, Texas Woman's University is a school primarily for women in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex and the largest such university in the United States. Although TWU is designed for women, the university...

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Every teacher will take the time to help their students if you let your presence be known to them. They will help you to reach your goals and better understand the course material. If you introduce yourself to them and show genuine interest in...

” – L.D.M.
Lamar University

Named for the second president of the Republic of Texas, Lamar University is a 4-year public school in southeast Texas and a member of the Texas State University system. Lamar encompasses five colleges granting bachelor’s and graduate degrees in over...

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Even though the beginning of the classes are reviews from what I learned in high school i'm still learning new things that I find useful.

” – Di'Andra from Houston, TX
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Grayson College is a public community college with an open admissions policy serving Grayson County in Texas. The Viticulture and Enology Program at Grayson includes T.V. Munson’s home, the Vinita House, and the campus also hosts Six Ninety One, a...

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the teachers are no nonsense and want to teach all that they know but at a reasonable price.

” – Michelle from Pottsboro, TX
Tyler Junior College

Founded in 1926, Tyler Junior College is a 2-year community college in east Texas and one of the largest community colleges in the state. TJC grants associate degrees and certificates in over 130 academic fields of study. For sports fans, TJC fields...

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TJC offers flexible and diverse learning opportunities. Through the dual-credit program, I began taking college level courses during high school. These included English, Economics,World History, Art Appreciation, Pre-Calculus, College Algebra and...

” – determined to finish
Del Mar College
Corpus Christi, TX
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Del Mar College is a 2-year community college located in Corpus Christi, Texas. DMC provides associate degrees and professional certifications. Many students choose to study nursing, welding, or police and criminal science. Del Mar College is a...

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the paramedic program is top notch. and the nursing program for rn's is ranked top 5 in the u.s.

” – Joshua from Corpus Christi, TX
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San Jacinto College is 2-year public institution with the main branch situated in Pasadena, Texas, but has four total campuses and an online component. San Jac has articulation agreements with 30 universities, including several Texas A&M and...

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I'm definitely learning more about each subject I'm taking than I did in high school in a similar subject. If I don't understand something, I just ask a teacher and he or she will work one on one with me until I get it, changing the way they try to...

” – Elisa from Houston, TX
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The Art Institutes are a group of for-profit schools of art and design with four Texas-based campuses in Austin, Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio. Each AI campus offers degrees and certificates in eight artistic fields of study including Film, Gaming...

Collin County Community College District

Collin College is a 2-year community college with campuses throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Collin confers associate degrees and certificates in over 100 academic fields of study and all students are required to complete a core curriculum...

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Excellent school!

” – Rebecca from Mckinney, TX
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Central Texas College is a 2-year community college with an open admissions policy. The school operates five campuses with the main campus located in Killeen, TX. The Navy campus offers programs strictly for students interested in enrolling in the...

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I loved attending CTC. The professors were very helpful and good teachers. It was easy to get the information I needed.

” – Alexandria from Nolanville, TX
St Philip's College

St. Philip's College is a public community college located in San Antonio, Texas, with an open admissions policy. SPC is an HBCU and an Hispanic-Serving Institution, the only college to be federally recognized as such. They offer associate’s degrees...

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its amazing what i am learning here

” – Edna from San Antonio, TX
Austin Community College District

Austin Community College district is a 2-year institution based in Austin, Texas. ACC offers associate degrees and professional certification programs. High school students can sign up for dual-credit programs and earn college credit while working on...

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I have been learning a lot in my speech class, because I haven't had a speech class since the 8th grade. My teacher, Michelle Syltie, is fun and helpful in everything. However, my government class with Charles Miles is more of a repeat of all of my...

” – Erin from Austin, TX
Alvin Community College

Alvin Community College is a public institution in the city of Alvin, Texas. ACC’s focus is to provide accessible, high-quality academic opportunities and economic development to its community. Because ACC participates in Texas Common Course...

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Alvin Community College is an ideal source for continuing your education! It has excellent professors who care and want you to succeed in life and with your education. If you live in or around Alvin, Texas, Alvin Community College is a wise first...

” – Vera from Dickinson, TX
Galveston College

Galveston College is a public, 2-year institution located in the state of Texas. The college offers a number of Academic Transfer programs, Workforce Education programs, and Continuing Education programs for students with education interests beyond...

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A fun , hip place to learn. People are friendly and understanding as well as thoughtful. Its a great place to ease into the college life.

” – Brianna from Galveston, TX
Houston Community College

Houston Community College is a 2-year community college system with 21 locations throughout the greater Houston area. HCC is home to eight academic fields of study conferring associate degrees and certificates and was created to give opportunities to...

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If you take you education seriously I feel that it does not matter where you go to school, although a prestigious university doesn't hurt, it is what you make of it. Being that many of the professors teach at near by universities they know how to...

” – Isabella from Houston, TX
Kilgore College

Kilgore College is a community college based in Kilgore, Texas, and is one of the most affordable institutions of higher education in the state. Kilgore offers professional and technical certifications as well as associate degree programs...

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KIlgore College has a wide variety of great two year plans. The instructors interact with the students to help and insure success for their students. As well the college has many great programs such as the football team, band, choir and the Kilgore...

” – John from Gilmer, TX
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With a main campus on the banks of the Rio Grande, Laredo College is a 2-year community college serving three south Texas counties. LC’s academic offerings are divided into five instructional divisions including a South Campus extension site hosting...

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Many people believe that community colleges are a joke, but they really are not. Laredo Community College (LCC) taught me not only academically, but socially as well. I learned to build on different social, self, and academic skills that made me a...

” – Alexandra from Laredo, TX
Lee College

Lee College is a community institution established in Baytown, Texas. Along with its main campus, the college also maintains a number of satellite campuses to service its 13 surrounding school districts. The school features a number of programs to...

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Odessa College is a public, 2-year institution established in the state of Texas. Students enrolling at Odessa for the first time can apply for the school’s First Class Free scholarship, which waives tuition for students’ first three credit hours...

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South Plains College is a 2-year community college based in Levelland, Texas with satellite branches in Plainview and Lubbock. SPC awards professional and technical certifications as well as associate degrees. Popular fields of study include welding...

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Wow I can't tell you how much I learned at this school. To me it was hard work but I learned more than I ever did in all 4 yrs of high school in one semester

” – Alicia from Odonnell, TX
South Texas College

South Texas College is a public community college based in McAllen, TX. Continuing education, workforce training, online programs, and hybrid courses are available in addition to traditional associate and bachelor degree programs. They also offer...

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The instructors here are always eager to help students out in any way possible within reason. They target subjects well and utilize many different resources from textbooks to web sites.

” – Durenda from Mission, TX
Tarrant County College District

Tarrant County College District is a public, 2-year community college operating five campuses around the Tarrant County district as well as a virtual campus called TCC connect. All have open admission policies. The college confers associate degrees...

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Although Tarrant County College is just a community college it offers classes that have a more rigorous course load like that of one in a major university. I am glad I came to this school before transferring out to a larger university because I feel...

” – Devin from Keller, TX
Dallas College

El Centro College is a public, 2-year institution established in Dallas, Texas. The college is a Hispanic-Serving Institution and a member of the Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities. Students attending ECC have a wide variety of choices...

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I thought when someone started college, they would just be considered as a number, even in a community college. But at El Centro I've had the pleasure to know teachers that really do care for your success and help you get to where you need to be. I...

” – Melanie from Dallas, TX
El Paso Community College

El Paso Community College is a 2-year community college based in El Paso, Texas. The school operates five campuses and offers courses throughout the El Paso and Hudspeth counties. EPCC has an open admissions policy and offers programs for...

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It is a great place to start. The educators are very knowledgable and I feel that I have gotten a lot out of the classes I have taken thus far.

” – Ashley from El Paso, TX
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Northeast Texas Community College is a 2-year community college just outside the town of Mount Pleasant. As befitting its rural setting, NTCC specializes in its Sustainable Agriculture program, affording students the opportunity to learn about...

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Nice place to start out. NTCC is cheaper than most schools and has a wide variety of courses. They are constantly hosting events and each week is full of fun things to do.

” – Rachel from MOUNT PLEASANT, TX
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Texarkana College is a 2-year community college in northeast Texas. Texarkana confers degrees and certificates in over 40 areas of study. The Cosmetology Department oversees a student salon offering beauty and spa services to the public. To provide a...

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texarkana college has a great programs and is currently expanding. there are small class sizes to focus on more individualized attention. it is a relatively small campus and easy to get around on.

” – Krystal from Maud, TX
Texas State Technical College

Texas State Technical College is a 2-year technical and vocational institution with ten campuses throughout Texas. Among the college’s over 65 degree and certificate granting programs, TSTC offers numerous renewable energy-related courses such as...