Fort Worth Colleges and Universities

The self-proclaimed "City of Cowboys and Culture," Fort Worth is a big city in the heart of Texas. Cowboy wannabes will enjoy living in a city that where rodeos, Western-style saloons and ranches are the norm. Even without a cowboy hat, weekends in Fort Worth can be fun. Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth offers cafes, nightclubs and theaters for every taste.

Fort Worth's colleges and universities also offer a diverse array of options. The well-regarded Texas Christian University consistently earns top rankings nationally and had an enrollment of close to 9,000 in 2007. Affiliated with the United Methodist Church, Texas Wesleyan University has many programs in its schools of business, education, and arts and sciences. Do your research and you'll find that there are other Fort Worth colleges, providing technical, vocational, and even military-focused educational experiences. Whatever your preference, there's no doubt that Fort Worth has a college for you.

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Large Schools

Tarrant County College District

Medium Schools

Texas Christian University

Small Schools

University of North Texas Health Science Center
Texas Wesleyan University
Brightwood College-Fort Worth
Brite Divinity School
Ogle School Hair Skin Nails-Ft Worth
Remington College-Fort Worth Campus
South University-The Art Institute of Fort Worth
The College of Health Care Professions-Fort Worth
Columbia College - Fort Worth