Texas Liberal Arts Colleges

Texas Liberal Arts College by County:

Town
College
# Students
  Abilene
Mcmurry University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,371
  Austin
Huston-tillotson University
(Private not-for-profit)
918
  Austin
Concordia University-texas
(Private not-for-profit)
2,584
  Brownwood
Howard Payne University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,130
  Dallas
Paul Quinn College
(Private, non-profit)
790
  Galveston
2,014
  Georgetown
Southwestern University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,393
  Hawkins
Jarvis Christian College
(Private not-for-profit)
603
  Houston
13,916
  Irving
University Of Dallas
(Private, non-profit)
2,725
  Keene
800
  Kerrville
Schreiner University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,126
  Lubbock
Lubbock Christian University
(Private not-for-profit)
2,135
  Marshall
Wiley College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,401
  Marshall
East Texas Baptist University
(Private not-for-profit)
1,290
  Seguin
Texas Lutheran University
(Private, non-profit)
1,435
  Sherman
Austin College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,260
  Tyler
Texas College
(Private not-for-profit)
824
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