Founded in 1901, Texas Woman’s has evolved into a major university with campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston. With a legacy in health-related professions and more than half of current graduates earning a health-related degree, TWU is a significant economic driver for North Texas. The university offers a comprehensive catalog of academic studies, including baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees in nursing, health professions, education, business and the arts and sciences. The university pioneered distance education and has been recognized as a leader in delivering online instruction.
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As the nation’s largest university primarily for women, Texas Woman’s University prepares students for positions of leadership and service in a global society. In 2020, TWU was tied for fifth most diverse institution in the nation and first in Texas by U.S. News & World Report. The university produces graduates who lead personally and professionally fulfilling lives, and it is committed to transformational learning, discovery and service in an inclusive environment that embraces diversity, inspires excellence and has a pioneering spirit.
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When Bryn Mawr College opened its doors in 1885, it offered women a more ambitious academic program than any previously available to them in the United States. Other women's colleges existed, but Bryn Mawr was the first to offer graduate education through the Ph.D.—a signal of its founders' refusal to accept the limitations imposed on women's intellectual achievement at other institutions.
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Bryn Mawr College is a highly selective women's college right outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A close-knit community of about 1,350 undergraduate students, Bryn Mawr is renowned for its academic excellence and engagement with the world.
On Bryn Mawr’s historic campus, students find challenging courses and research opportunities; strong bonds with faculty, students, and alumnae/i; and innovative programs that connect study with action. Students, faculty, and staff work together to build a community that is inclusive and welcoming. Through a holistic curriculum, the country’s oldest Self-Government Association, and a student-owned honor code, Bryn Mawr encourages original thinking.
Critical, creative, and collaborative, Bryn Mawr students and alumnae/i are agents of change and forever members of a community founded on the respect for individuals.