Texas Archive

Baylor University Nursing School Review

Baylor University (BU) is the oldest continually operating university in Texas, having been founded in 1845 by Baptist pioneers. A private, Christian school, Baylor enrolls over 15,000 students today. The University offers 151 undergraduate degrees, 76 master’s degrees, and 33 …

Brookhaven College Nursing Program Review

Brookhaven College (BHC) is one of seven colleges in the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD). It was founded in 1978 to serve the Northwest part of Dallas County. The school enrolls almost 13,000 degree students, and over 8000 continuing …

Collin College Nursing Program Review

Collin College (CC) in Texas, previously called Collin County Community College District (CCCCD, CCCC) began by teaching classes at area high schools in 1985. It has grown to become the only public college in the county. It currently has over …

Galveston College Nursing Program Review

Open to students since 1967, Galveston College (GC) is dedicated to providing quality education to the residents of Galveston Island, as well as the surrounding communities. GC enrolls about 2400 credit students and almost 5000 continuing education students each semester. …

Grayson College Nursing Program Review

Grayson College (GC), also sometimes called Grayson County College (GCC), was founded over forty years ago to serve the area around Denison. The college enrolls over 5000 students each semester, and offers over 70 degrees and certificates. Grayson has three …

Lee College Nursing Program Review

Lee College (LC) was established in 1934, and graduated its first four students the following year. The college grew and expanded over the next few decades, increasing enrollment and programs offered. Today over 9000 students are enrolled in degree, vocational, …

McMurry University Nursing School Review

McMurry University (McM) is a liberal arts school that offers bachelor’s degrees in fine arts, humanities, natural and social sciences, education, nursing and business. McMurry University was founded in 1923, is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and is home …

Midland College Nursing Program Review

Midland College (MC) was established in 1969 and expanded in 1972. Today the current student population is 7,000. As well as a college, the school also runs an Advanced Technology Center, Cogdell Learning Center, an Aviation Maintenance Technology Hangar, Professional …

Odessa College Nursing Program Review

Odessa College (OC) was founded in 1946 and offers 45 associate degree programs and 70 certificate options to 6,000 students. Classes are available at Odessa College’s main campus in Odessa, as well as Pecos, Andres and Monahans. Students can also …

Prairie View A&M University Nursing School Review

Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) offers undergraduate degrees in engineering, natural sciences, education, humanities, agricultural studies, nursing, the social sciences, and many others. Prairie View also offers master’s degrees in nursing, social sciences, education, engineering, some social sciences, business and …

South Plains College Nursing Program Review

South Plains College (SPC) has over 9,000 full-time students and over 5,000 students enrolled in non-credit continuing education or workforce development programs per year. South Plains College is comprised of four campuses serving a 15-county area in West Texas. Most …

Temple College in Texas Nursing Program Review

Temple College (TC) is located in Temple, Texas near the I-35. Temple College is spread over three campuses; Cameron Center, Downtown Center and Taylor Center. The Nursing School at Temple College, offers three different programs; Associate Degree Nursing (ADN), Vocational …

Texarkana College Nursing Program Review

Texarkana College, located in Texarkana, Texas, is a two-year community college and is home to over 5,000 students. Texarkana College offers courses in everything from community services to traditional academics. Texarkana College’s campus is 90 acres, and owns a 360 …

Texas Woman’s University Nursing School Review

Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is the country’s largest university mainly for women. With campuses in Denton, Dallas and Houston, as well as online courses, Texas Woman’s University has graduated almost 15,000 students in 10 years. More healthcare professionals graduate from …