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Education

Building our intellectual capital

A prime attraction for relocating to Fort Worth is the high quality and ever-growing pool of employees. In addition, the area provides outstanding opportunities for education on all levels. Seven universities and colleges are located in the immediate area, and three K-12 independent school distrcits (ISDs) serve students in the Fort Worth city limits. Additionally, Tarrant County supports over 200 respected private schools.

Workforce Development
  • Stay in School Initiatives and mentoring organizations to help students complete high school.
  • GO Centers -- Helps students aspire to careers and college.
  • Job Links -- Employers and candidate providers meet monthly to share employment needs and information.
  • Resume Tips & Expert Advice -- Expert advice and help on creating a resume. 
  • Texas Workforce Commission -- TWC is responsible for providing workforce development services to Texas job seekers and employers. 
  • Veteran's Guide to Getting Hired -- Hiring news and job training resources for veterans returning to civillian life after active duty. 
  • Workforce Development  -- Skills training, wage information and employer resources are on our Economic Development site.
  • Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County -- Resources and support for the employer, veterans, young adults and job seekers in Fort Worth and surrounding areas. 
Education - K-12

Fort Worth offers a wide range of educational resources - from pre-kindergarten to graduate school - to students and their families. There are 20 school districts preparing tomorrow's workforce within Tarrant County's borders, the largest of which is Fort Worth ISD.

The most significant redesign of secondary education in the nation is the FWISD's Gold Seal Programs of Choice and Schools of Choice. 

More information on numerous area public school districts and private or charter schools is found on our Economic Development site and/or in our Member Directory.

Major Colleges & Universities

 

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Texas Woman's University

  • Ministerial training
  • Located in Fort Worth
  • Enrollment: 3,579
  • Public university
  • Located in Denton
  • Enrollment: 15,075

Tarleton State University, Fort Worth Campus

University of North Texas

  • Public institution
  • Main campus located in Stephenville
  • Fort Worh Enrollment: 1800
  • Public university
  • Located in Denton
  • Enrollment: 36, 216

Tarrant County College

University of North Texas Health Science Center 

  • Public institution
  • 5 locations in Fort Worth
  • Enrollment: 50, 628
  • Public institution 
  • Located in Fort Worth
  • Enrollment: 2, 242
Texas Christian University

University of Texas at Arlington

  • Private university
  • Located in Fort Worth
  • Enrollment: 10, 033
  • Public university
  • Located in Arlington
  • Enrollment: 38, 650

 


Continuing & Extended Education

Tarrant County College Community &
Industry Education (CIE) 

TCU Extended Education

Offers educational programs in four areas: 

  • lifelong learning
  • preparatory education
  • professional conferences & seminars
  • workforce training & certifications.

A program made for all ages. Includes:

  • Summer youth camps
  • Lifelong learning for senior citizens
  • Online classes
  • Personal & professional development courses

University of Texas Global Leadership
Executive MBA
 

MBA Scholarship Programs

70% of online, with class on Dallas campus
every other weekend. 
For professionals wishing to further their education
with a graduate business degree.  

Online Business Management Programs

Guide to Resources for Business Students

Search for business degrees online in
Fort Worth and nationwide.  

Academic, financial and professional tools, tips and
resources for business students and professionals.

 


College Affordability, Financial Aid & Scholarships

FAFSA

North Texas Community Foundation

The official site for applying for federal
financial aid.  

Students can search for scholarships exclusive to
Fort Worth, North Texas, and nearby areas. 

Texas Scholarships, Unigo

Student's Guide to Finding Affordable Schools

Search for dozens of scholarships
for Texas students.

Learn how to find and pay for affordable
higher education.

Online College Financial Aid

 

Accredited online colleges, including
colleges in Texas, are eligible for students
to receive federal financial aid. 

 


Non-Traditional Education Options

Texas State University Programs Online

Online Colleges & Programs in Texas

Texas State University offers a variety of online
programs for students throughout the state. 

Get help finding the best online programs
available in Texas.

Online Community Colleges

Student's Guide to Finding Affordable Schools

Find and compare community collegs
that offer online courses. 

Learn about accreditation, finacial aid, and more
for online schools and programs.