Picking out a college or university can be a stressful process. First, you need to have the minimum requirements needed to get into the school, then you need to apply, then stress as you wait to hear back from the school. And this process can happen multiple times as you attempt to apply for multiple schools. But what schools are going to give you the best value for your money in the state of Texas? 

Obviously, different schools are going to offer each student different things and different courses. While you never want to waste your money at a school that you don’t enjoy, before you decide on a school you need to make sure that school offers the program that you’re most interested in as a future career. Essentially what I am saying is make sure whatever school and program you choose is one that you truly enjoy, that way you like going to work after being in that industry for years. 

Let’s Look at Specific Texas Colleges and Universities 

We all know that college can be expensive so SmartAsset decided to make a list of Texas college and universities that give you a good value for the money that you’re spending. The factors that were applied to create this list include: starting salary, tuition, living expenses, student retention rate and scholarships awarded. 

Here is Where the Texas Schools Ranked 

If you’re wondering what schools ranked best as far as the best value for a college or university in the state of Texas here are the results. 

10 Texas College and Universities Offering the Best Value

Here is a look at the colleges and universities in the state of Texas that are offering the best value for your money.

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Since 1990, colleges and universities have been required to report all crimes committed both on and near their campus. Based on data compiled over a 3 year period and only using data from the Clery Act that was reported ON CAMPUS, here are the United States 25 Most Dangerous Campuses as reported by Degreechoices.

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