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T3 Program Benefits at Texas Wesleyan

By attending this partner university, T3 Scholars receive the following benefits and support to help you to and through your postsecondary journey:

  • Bridge Programming: The T3 Team will work with you and Texas Wesleyan to ensure you have the necessary support the summer between high school graduation and your first year in college. If you are attending Texas Wesleyan beginning in Fall 2021, be sure to check your personal email for more information about Orientation, Ram Camp, and Stampede Week.
  • College Persistence Coaching + Resources: If you need additional guidance throughout your time at Texas Wesleyan, one-on-one and group advising and support will be available to T3 Scholars to ensure you are successful. You also have access to T3 Connect, a virtual platform to network, stay connected and informed, and engage with community mentors.
  • If you are graduating from one of T3's Full Launch High Schools, you may receive a "first dollar" scholarship of $500 or more per year to assist with books or other expenses. Check out the scholarships page for the details.

Did you know? Applying to Texas Wesleyan is simple. There is no application fee and ACT/SAT scores are not required. Approximately 97% of students attending Texas Wesleyan receive scholarships and grants. Depending on your high school GPA, you could receive anywhere from $14,000-$21,000 per year in institution scholarships alone.

Interested in transferring to Texas Wesleyan from TCC? The TCC to TXWES Pathway offers Tarrant County College students the ability to pursue your associate degree at TCC and automatically transfer to Texas Wesleyan as a junior to complete your bachelor's degree.

Mission Statement

Texas Wesleyan University provides transformational learning experiences and research opportunities to a diverse group of students to develop their full potential as individuals and as members of the world community.  ”

— Founded in 1890

15

Average class size

97%

Students receive scholarships and grants

$63M

Awarded in total financial aid in 2019

41%

First generation college students

21

Varsity sports for both men and women and 238 All-American Athletes

500+

Students live on campus

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