School Profile Texas Wesleyan University is a
private, coeducational, liberal arts university founded by the Methodist
Episcopal Church, South, in 1890. The main campus is located in the
Polytechnic Heights Neighborhood of Fort Worth, Texas, United States.
Its mascot is the "ram."
Texas Wesleyan is located on a 75-acre
campus in the Polytechnic Heights Neighborhood in east Fort Worth. The
campus sits 140 feet above the Trinity River and is one of the highest
points in the city of Fort Worth. Texas Wesleyan University has about
3.334 students from undergraduate and graduate sudents. The university
employed engineering and architecture firm Freese and Nichols Inc. to
develop a master plan for its campus in 2011 that works with major
street improvements for the Rosedale area surrounding the campus.
Location : 1201 Wesleyan St, Fort Worth, TX 76105, United States
Facility: • Ann Waggoner Fine Arts/Martin Hall • Baker Building • Departmental Conference Rooms • Lou's Place Pavilion • McFadden Science Lecture Theatre (SLT) • Nurse Anesthesia Building Foyer • Oneal-Sells Administration Building - Board Room/Annie Norton Room • Oneal-Sells Administration Building - President's Conference Room • Sid Richardson (SWR)/Brown Lupton Center (BLC) • Sid Richardson Gym • Sid Richardson Swimming Pool
Quick Fact : • #48 Regional University (West) • Acceptance rate: 52% (2010) • Program Populer: Natural & Social Sciences, Business, and Education • Students come from various cultures and nationalities (55 countries) • 17% of students live on campus, • 96% undergraduate student.